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Ideas to revolutionise shipping
Sidestepping the political hurdles in favour of setting out a pragmatic roadmap, what does a decarbonisation plan look like for shipping?
If the predicted ‘Uberisation’ of shipping comes to pass, shipowners who have not managed to adjust their business models from today may well end up being the Uber driver of the scenario
At Nor-Shipping on Monday, June 3 Lloyd’s List will gather some of the smartest minds in shipping to discuss the innovation required for shipping to navigate its way from digitalisation to decarbonisation
Circling disrupters are already cherry-picking lucrative models from an increasingly digitised shipping industry, seeking to monetise the data from operations rather than the cargo or the vessels themselves
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Highlights from the Lloyd’s List News Desk this week include: Banks aligning lending to climate targets, decarbonisation requiring outside collaboration, robots vs regulators as autonomy advances and yet more forecasting of disruption being business as usual
Africa would love to follow Norway’s lead on a sustainable ocean policy, but the challenges are immense
Would the Norwegian prime minister’s message gain more traction if a government underpinned by fossil fuel wealth stopped telling the rest of the world to follow its lead by going greener?
Egil Haugsdal, president of Kongsberg Maritime, is looking to recruit talent from Norway’s students; they are attracted by the company’s summer intern initiative and annual competition
Reduced shipping loan portfolios and regulatory pressures make for a difficult mix, according to DNB’s shipping chief
A set of successful trial voyages using a remotely controlled ferry in Norway will add to the growing interest about the future of remotely controlled ships in that country and beyond
Waiting for the IMO to deliver cyber security guidelines in 2021 may yet prove to be too long a wait for an industry facing immediate risk, argues Lloyd’s Register cyber expert
Africa has created several initiatives for growth, security and change but a lack of political will has often been the highest obstacle to overcome, says NIMASA’s director general
‘Ocean Finder’ will support a range of applications from tracking and locating hijacked ships to monitoring illegal activity and aiding search and rescue operations
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