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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Some shipowners have invested in software systems that are no longer supported. The best system is one that is used, and where owners and managers are supported to understand the information
Interest coming from owners of tankers, gas carriers and shortsea shipping as well as bulkers, says Infinity
Projects will include sustainable agroforestry on the Guatemalan conservation coast, protecting habitats for critically endangered species in Indonesia, and measures to reduce air pollution in Jiangxi province in China
Few new entrants to the sector are expected to survive, but collectively they will transform the way the industry operates
The traditional world of classification is evolving into non-traditional sectors, and is bringing in expertise from outside to provide protection
The mid-to-long term plan of the South Korean carrier is to integrate landside logistics into the platform and to apply freight rate solutions powered by artificial intelligence
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, OrbitMI chief executive officer Ali Riaz explains how the future of shipping is digital and why leadership is critical to building a digital future
Enabling banks direct and authorised access to shipping and port companies’ shipment data to provide the proof for financing in a quicker and safer manner, stands at the core of the new products
Ensuring safety and cyber security in information technology and operational technology requires collaboration, not a silver bullet
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