Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Palantir Technologies have confirmed a collaboration to build a big data platform for HHI’s core businesses, including shipbuilding and offshore engineering. The two parties will also consider establishing a joint venture to promote the big data platform business in the mid- to long-term.
Q88 LLC and Dataloy Systems are joining forces as master partners to automate questionnaire management data for shipowners, charterers, and operators.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K LINE) and Ship Data Centre (ShipDC) have agreed to share operational data of the K LINE fleet equipped with Kawasaki Integrated Maritime Solutions.
“Tectonic shifts are within maritime on three fronts right now,” claims Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO, DNV GL Maritime.
Kongsberg has announced that it has now opened up its Kognifai Partner Program to all third party developers, allowing companies to leverage its Kognifai infrastructure and the support of its Kongsberg Digital division to join its ecosystem of technologies and services available to Kongsberg customers.
FUELTRAX has release FUELNET Generation 5 (GEN-5), the latest version of its fuel data processing network which adds collection, storage, tracking and processing of weather data metrics, activity time-stamped and linked to vessel geolocation.
Xeneta has launched a new Xeneta Shipping Index (XSI) Public Indices report, which utilises its database of over 85 million contracted freight rates to deliver a monthly snapshot of long-term rate developments in the container industry, including an overview of the busiest global trade corridors, allowing users to monitor regional developments and track trends for key markets.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has agreed a deal with Helsinki-headquartered NAPA, which will see the Finnish software developer provide performance analysis and reporting for 80 of MOL’s time-chartered bulk carriers.
Maritime HSEQ software company OceanManager has announced the launch of its new vesFMS system, which uses data analytics, Artificial Intelligence and operational optimisation by location to improve management of vessel maintenance, supply, procurement, crewing and safety.
Rolls-Royce and Intel have announced a new agreement that will see the companies work together on the further development of autonomous vessel systems, collaborating on designs for intelligent shipping technologies to make commercial shipping safer.
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