Maritime leaders from Brazil have joined together to create a cluster that will develop artificial intelligence for the maritime sector and autonomous ships.
Swedish ship propulsion optimisation experts, Lean Marine are leading a ground-breaking research and development project to accelerate the technological development, realisation, and adoption of AI-powered ship operation support technology by ship crew and management.
marineworks, a maritime ICT company, has announced that "HMM's twelve 24,000TEU ultra-large container ships have successfully loaded marineworks’ smart ship solution. The solution will also be installed in the 16,000 TEU ultra-large container ships to be delivered in 2021.
Innovez One, a provider of port management software for ports and towage operators, is embarking on a collaboration to automate and digitise Singapore’s last-mile delivery of launch operations at its Marina South Pier (MCP) and West Coast Pier (WCP).
Hanseaticsoft has integrated Microsoft’s Power BI into its fleet management system, Cloud Fleet Manager (CFM), to offer customers enhanced insights into their operational data and drive a data culture across the organisation to improve business decision making.
Software and shipping supplier Weilbach has partnered up with Intelligent Cargo Systems to offer shipping companies a full portfolio of digital products to optimise performance. With this new partnership, Weilbach is adding port call optimisation to its portfolio.
Interorient Shipmanagement has transitioned from traditional paper Oil Record Books (ORB) to using paperless, electronic ORBs through Prevention at Sea’s ɛ-ORB software application.
The International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) has warned of the dangers of allowing important information to be sent to individual email addresses with no back-up.
Sperry Marine and DNV GL have signed a strategic agreement to enable vessels to securely share their navigation data for use in DNV GL's digital classification services and obtain real-time class status of the navigation solutions.
Shipping leaders have united in their support of pollution mapping initiative Eyesea which was officially launched today. Eyesea, a not-for-profit organisation, uses cutting edge technology and the support of seafarers, shipowners, managers and maritime professionals to collect and process oceanic pollution data.
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