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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
The Lloyd's List Business Briefing discusses the Three Elements of Efficiency
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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Expect to see a revolution in how we operate assets during the next few years and much of this will be driven by the change in the way we use data, says Lloyd’s Register head of marine and offshore
Law firm claims regulation needed to avoid digital breaches
Frank Coles, Transas leader at Wärtsilä Voyage Solutions, talks to the editor of Lloyd’s List
Scandinavia has a history of maritime innovation, which made it a perfect fit for Rolls-Royce Marine
Despite obstacles to digitalisation receiving most coverage, leaders within the maritime sector are at last recognising there’s no turning back from disruption. A round table discussion hosted by Lloyd’s List and sponsored by Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator heard that data is not a competitive advantage in itself, however it is the impetus for change
Kongsberg’s chief executive Geir Håøy believes there has been a significant increase in demand for autonomous technology, even from the traditional maritime industry, for autonomy and remote operations. This new venture with Wilhelmsen seeks to deliver
Shipping sponsors of latest maritime-flavoured 'spac' tell Lloyd's List why they are putting their money into a non-shipping business
Japan has launched several subsidy programmes, while South Korea partners Denmark in a maritime digitalisation initiative
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