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Digitalisation

Digitalisation of the maritime sector may be progressing at a slower rate than in certain other sectors, but new technologies are gradually being integrated. Innovations such as artificial intelligence, the ‘internet of things’ and ‘smart’ ports are all on the horizon. However, challenges and concerns remain in regard to regulation, training, liabilities and costs

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Lloyd’s List awards will recognise pandemic resilience

Businesses and seafarers who have responded exceptionally to the coronavirus pandemic will be the focus of this year’s Lloyd’s List awards

Maritime has improved in its use of intelligence. It still has room to pick up the pace

More shipping leaders are realising that change is happening. They accept that improvisation is only a temporary fix while transformation is more long-term and sustainable

Going to work may no longer mean being in an office

A survey found people are more productive out of the office. But what about that water-cooler conversation that sparks innovation?

Pandemic to accelerate transformation of classification societies

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Digital technology should drop the science-fiction

He believes the sci-fi videos of autonomous vessels took the discussion about digital technology in completely the wrong direction. The aim is safety and efficiency, not crew reduction

The week in charts: Floating storage sets record; seaborne trade turns negative

Increased numbers of very large crude carriers anchored off China, Singapore and Malaysia have brought the total amount of crude and clean products in floating storage to a new high, while the global economic outlook is expected to result in seaborne trade falling year on year for the first time since 2009

Digitalisation vs human intelligence; it's a matter of trust

Shipping is trying to understand why it has come later to the digital party. There are many reasons, including culture, leadership, nervousness about transparency, the value proposition, and trust

Understanding the collaboration conundrum

Companies trying to apply digitalisation to all their processes discovered that the outcome was not what they had anticipated

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The new normal, according to Şadan Kaptanoğlu

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your free weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping

Many hands make light work in the push to digitalisation

Shipping’s slow trek towards digitalisation has been given a wake-up call by the pandemic; but to make the most of new technologies, companies should look outside their own windows to what is on offer elsewhere

Singapore to invest in dozens of maritime startups

The partners will provide hands-on assistance in helping early-stage startups to fast-track commercialisation, with mentorship and connection to potential clients through their networks

Yard Talk | Japanese builders set out pathways to zero-emission ships

The head of shipbuilding at Japan’s transport ministry outlines the country’s roadmap to zero-emission ships, and offers views on industry consolidation and state subsidies

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