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The paper states that shipping companies are considering blockchain technology to enable them to share shipping bills, make data safe and transparent, and revamp financing methods
Shipping’s new normal of remote working may turn out to be more efficient than the air-mile eating customs of old. Could coronavirus spark a renaissance in shipping, turbo charging digital developments and cultivating collaboration and data standardisation along the way? This week the podcast focuses on maritime innovation and entrepreneurship, featuring insights from Roger Holm, president of Wärtsilä’s marine power business and Matt Heider, chief executive of Nautilus Labs, one of the industry’s new wave of technology firms that specialises in ocean commerce artificial intelligence
A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit agrees with an academic webinar that making the supply chain uber-efficient has left it vulnerable to serious threats such as the coronavirus pandemic
Singapore-based start-up F-drones is the first company to receive authorisation from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore for such deliveries
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Finding the new normal will be hard for many companies. V.Group is pinning its hopes on its ShipSure data platform, the introduction of more graduate-level talent and its leadership displaying positive energy
The 10-point plan includes ensuring transit rights, moving systems online and speeding up customs checks
A new report digs deep into the nature of Japan’s innovation culture. It concludes that maritime would benefit greatly from start-up thinking, however the country is falling behind its competitors
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By shaking up the status quo, the pandemic might be a catalyst for the radical measures needed, argues Martin Stopford in a new paper
But this time was different. The decision to go digital, even in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, was at first not universally accepted, says organiser Nicolas Bornozis
Singapore’s forward planning is paying dividends, while its investment in digital technology and infrastructure should mean it is well-positioned to weather the health crisis
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