Wärtsilä has partnered with US-based vessel operator Gulfmark Offshore to test a remote-control ship operation capability on an offshore vessel off the North Sea coast of Scotland.
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) boasts a growing and diverse group of prominent industry players dedicated to working together to solve complex technical challenges in the oil and gas sector. Premier Oil, which has been a member since 2011, is extending its membership to the organization by three years.
AXSMarine Trade Flows is the new cutting-edge solution bringing a whole new level of transparency to the maritime world. A real big data application in the form of an online research tool for the Dry Bulk industry – enabling on-demand analysis of drybulk ship and commodity movements and trends, bringing users a competitive edge.
Cruise lines are transforming the modern fleet with new technologies and designs to protect the oceans, air and destinations that millions of cruise passengers enjoy each year. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) showcases cruise lines’ technologies that sustainably reduce the industry’s environmental footprint.
StormGeo’s shipping division (formerly AWT), the leading provider of fleet optimization services, fleet performance and onboard voyage management software, announces a new multi-model technology enabling ship captains to make better routing decisions around tropical cyclones.
Even for those of us who aren’t “millennials”, being connected to our mobile devices is a constant. We’re all used to the benefits of these devices; the familiarity of operations and the connectivity to our friends & family. This technology being integrated into our pleasure boating experience should not come as a surprise; what is a surprise is the innovation of the MAP product that made it possible.
Artificial intelligence is to become part of CMA CGM’s ongoing digital transformation after the third largest container shipping company revealed that Infosys, an Indian multinational specializing next-generation technology, will help develop its business model through a seven-year partnership.
The world’s marine industry giants have long been regarded as conservative, set in their ways and resistant to change. Yet, if recent blockchain-related developments are anything to go by, it seems nothing could be further from the truth.
The Government of the UK has unveiled a new code of practice to help the shipping industry handle the growing number of cyber threats that could lead to various criminal activities such as kidnap, piracy, fraud, theft of cargo and sensitive data, or imposition of ransomware.