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Ship management company V.Group has released its second discussion paper in the ‘Life After Lockdown’ series, examining the acceleration of digital engagement. Each paper focusses on a specific area of maritime operations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and sets out key lessons learned.  The first paper discussed crew engagement post…
Great Eastern Shipping Company (GESCO) has announced plans to install ABB Ability Tekomar XPERT engine performance monitoring and diagnostic software across its fleet of 46 tankers and bulk carriers.
German-based maritime software provider Hanseaticsoft has announced that its cloud-based planned maintenance solution has been certified by DNV GL, highlighting its compliance with all recognised industry standards. This module was also recently certified by Lloyd’s Register.
After having almost completed the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Initial Survey, Zeaborn Ship Management is among the first ship managers to digitise the Inventory of Hazardous Materials Maintenance.
Ocean research non-profit ProMare and IBM have announced the completion and launch of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) – an AI and solar powered marine research vessel which will traverse oceans gathering vital environmental data.
A new online learning community called has been launched by Swedish start-up Seably.
ShipParts.com and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) have signed a Strategic Cooperation Agreement for delivery of Classification Services and development of Frontier Technologies to the companies’ mutual customer base.
Voyager Worldwide has announced a major upgrade to its Voyager PLANNING STATION navigation software. The new version features enhanced automation of route and passage planning, information sharing between ship and shore and new interactive guided workflow processes to reduce operational risk and streamline navigation processes. Voyager PLANNING STATION now automatically…
OneWeb has amended its existing launch contract with Arianespace. Launches for OneWeb are scheduled to resume in December 2020, putting the company on track to complete the deployment of its full global constellation of Low Earth Orbit satellites by the end of 2022.
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has issued a stark warning that if temporary short cuts adopted in the industry during the COVID-19 pandemic continue or become permanent, then there will be a rise in shipping accidents and environmental disasters.
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