Smart Shipping and Technology
Welcome to the era of hyper-connectivity, which will divide the industry between the brave and the timid
Interest in digitalisation has grown so fast over the past year that adding a few more satellites will not satisfy demand for long. Inmarsat’s newly unveiled Orchestra, an integrated capability, will avoid the need to continually reinvent the wheel
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While Norway’s Klaveness is working with a major charterer in the aluminium industry on carbon emissions reporting across the supply chain, Germany’s Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement is using behavioural science to reduce carbon emissions
Innovation Endorsement is a non-mandatory and ‘speed-focused’ certification service, the primary purpose of which is to help ‘front runner’ solutions overcome the challenges that face business pioneers
Move comes as Southeast Asian shipping is experiencing ‘tremendous growth’ driven by a sprightly cross-border e-commerce market
A restructured OneWeb is sending a fleet of satellites into orbit to offer much improved connectivity. The offshore sector, cruise operators, tanker owners and fishing businesses are keen to sign up
The Singapore-based ventures will be key drivers for the smart ship, which leverages automation and assistive technologies to ensure safety, efficiency and environmental sustainability
The product has already been deployed by Cosco Shipping Lines, Orient Overseas Container Line and Shanghai International Port Group, while Hapag-Lloyd will embark on a trial run in the third quarter of 2021
The benefit of virtual reality training is that it is not limited to narrow simulations but can reflect the most up-to-date equipment and vessel configurations and can accommodate as many trainees as needed
There are two schools of thought: one suggests technology aids mariners, the other argues that mariners aid technology. Best performance comes as mariners and technology complement each other
Masters must occasionally feel tempted to give a crew adequate rest, but dare not for fear of being disciplined. This fear is the reason why fatigue is ignored and will continue to be under-reported
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