DNV GL has announced the release of its first cyber security class notations, to be published on the classification society’s rules page from July 2018.
DNV GL reports that its Veracity data management platform is closing in on a million service subscriptions, with users from 1,500 different companies using the digital marketplace to access a variety of products, as it opens the system up to a new ‘public preview’ phase.
German company MINSHIP Shipmanagement is to implement DNV GL’s ShipManager fleet management software application for its fleet of dry cargo vessels, replacing the variety of separate systems and spreadsheets currently used for ship management activities with an integrated system.
A new initiative to create an open source digital platform for the creation of ‘digital twins’ for ships has been launched, with a ceremony at the Norwegian Maritime Competence Centre in Ålesund, Norway.
The International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) has launched “several projects” to help the industry adapt to changes in regulations and technologies, as well as identify barriers to autonomous ship operations, according to chairman Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen.
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) has implemented DNV GL’s ECO Insight fleet performance management software across its entire fleet of 28 tankers, the companies report.
DNV GL reports that it has now passed the threshold of having issued 50,000 electronic class and statutory certificates, with more than 6,000 vessels of the classed fleet now trading with one or more digital certificates.
DNV GL reports that it has completed a major upgrade to its Nauticus Hull software to provide improved support for new DNV GL rules and IACS requirements.
Latvian Shipping Company (LSC) Shipmanagement has begun the roll out of DNV GL’s package of fleet management software applications across its fleet of 26 handysize and medium range tankers, as part of an ongoing project to optimise operations.
DNV GL reports that it has published the first classification guidelines for the use of additive manufacturing (AM), including 3D printing, in the maritime and oil & gas industries.
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