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NYK expands number of ships sharing data via ShipDC’s IoS-OP

From left, ClassNK president & CEO Hiroaki Sakashita, NYK Line executive officer Taizo Yoshida, ShipDC president Yasuhiro Ikeda and NYK Line executive officer Hideki Suzuki. From left, ClassNK president & CEO Hiroaki Sakashita, NYK Line executive officer Taizo Yoshida, ShipDC president Yasuhiro Ikeda and NYK Line executive officer Hideki Suzuki.

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Ship Data Centre (ShipDC) have agreed to use the latter’s IoS-OP to share data received from all NYK-operated vessels equipped with SIMS, expanding the total to about 200 NYK vessels.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} Up until now, NYK had used ShipDC’s Internet of Ships Open Platform (IoS-OP) to share shipping data from some vessels equipped with Ship Information Management System (SIMS), but the new agreement expands the data-sharing to all SIMS-equipped vessels within the NYK fleet.

This agreement will dramatically increase the amount of data being transferred via the IoS-OP and makes it possible to increase corporate value by utilising the data for ship safety, economic pursuits, environmental efforts, and innovation within the shipping industry to enhance international competitiveness. {/mprestriction}

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