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Software, Big Data & IoT

ClassNK has released its “Guidelines for Digital Smart Ship” which stipulates the procedures for class notations for ships with advanced digital technology. The guidelines are part of the society's new initiative, "Innovation Endorsement", aiming to certify innovations utilising digital technology.
Navis a part of Cargotec Corporation, has announced that Global Container Terminals (GCT) New York has gone live with Navis N4. The terminal upgraded its TOS during the pandemic and completed the go-live via remote assistance from the Navis team.
Lloyd’s Register has partnered with STC Global to use AI to unlock insights from the vast amounts of untapped incident data captured by Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) functions.
Dutch solution provider Bakker Sliedrecht has renewed the vessel management system of its chemical tanker Comus 2 with an upgraded BIMAC system. The improved system makes the tanker more manageable for owner ChemContrans and allows the company to schedule maintenance more efficiently, reducing operational costs.
ZIM has developed and implemented a new artificial intelligence (AI)-based screening software to detect and identify incidents of mis-declared hazardous cargo before loading to vessel.
Tropical Shipping has signed a subscription agreement for Octopi software-as-a-service (Saas) terminal operating system (TOS) by Navis, part of the Cargotec Corporation, for its St. Croix location.
Software solutions provider Softship has launched a web-based Pricing Calculator that allows supply chain managers and operators to identify and select optimum end-to-end multi-modal solutions for their customers and achieve full cost transparency.
Lloyd’s Register’s electronic certificates (eCerts) capability is being rolled out for new and existing vessels across the fleet on a phased basis.
Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in both ship and yacht building is already being done with a number of maritime companies that are currently using it successfully, says Geert Schouten, director at IT company Shipbuilder.
German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has teamed up with Intelligent Cargo Systems in a new technology partnership.
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