Japan looks to unmanned ships to offset labour shortage
As IMO regulators meet about how to regulate autonomous ships, there is a move in Japan to begin developing unmanned ships now. New analysis by the Nippon Foundation projects the winners and losers from the move
Nippon Foundation maritime chief explains to Lloyd's List why the organisation supports unmanned vessels
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