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Smart Shipping and Technology
Many inflated claims are being made about the technologies being proffered to the shipping industry as its future, but history shows us when significant new technologies become available, the transition takes time and companies must adapt to managing such innovation in the round
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Nick Brown, Director, Marine & Offshore Lloyd's Register speaks at the Lloyd's List Business Briefing about collaberation between the industry and Silicon Valley
Lloyds Register’s head of Marine and Offshore Nick Brown joins us to discuss the shifting requirements of an industry dealing with disruption on several fronts
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Many ports have also developed or are developing maritime single windows to facilitate the electronic exchange of information for port clearance
DSME and Port of Rotterdam are planning to work on technologies that enable smart ships to interface with smart ports and aim to get a head start on the global remote-controlled and autonomous ship market of the future
Product-driven maritime companies are struggling to shift across to a focus on customers, says Fernback. Those who fail to see winds of change blowing in shipping are doomed to repeat its mistakes
Cargill, DNV GL, Shell and Vale are among companies that have set up 45 partnerships with start-ups after a six-month vetting period
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
IACS is also considering long-term plans when the situation returns to the new normal, Mr Sharma said
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
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
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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