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Software, Big Data & IoT

A.P. Moller – Maersk and Traxens have announced that Maersk will be joining CMA CGM and MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company as a key shareholder and customer of Traxens.
ZF and Rolls-Royce are developing and testing a new electronic monitoring system for ships to help reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Bremen based Carl Büttner Shipmanagement (CBS) has signed a contract with Logimatic to implement the Fleet Management System SERTICA onboard four tanker newbuildings.
Navis, part of Cargotec Corporation, has released N4 3.7, the newest version of its flagship Terminal Operating System (TOS) with upgraded product features and expanded capabilities.
HawkEye 360, the first commercial company to use formation flying satellites to create a new class of radio frequency (RF) data analytics, and maritime risk analytics company Windward have partnered to offer new global insights into maritime domain awareness through their combined capabilities.
NAPA has become the first service provider for ClassNK-owned Ship Data Centre’s Internet of Ships Open Platform (ShipDC IoS-OP). NAPA will provide ship performance analytics and voyage optimisation capabilities for the universal platform developed to share vessel operational data between stakeholders.
Bunkers are one of the largest costs associated with a voyage, so making the right decisions around it are crucial. Although many shipping companies have dedicated bunker teams, the decision of where to bunker tends to start with the chartering manager during their initial voyage estimation.{mprestriction ids="1,2"}
DOF, SINTEF Ocean and NORCE have formed a partnership with Kongsberg Maritime to reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions for complex offshore operations, while streamlining fleet-wide maintenance.
Research published last year by Inmarsat on digital transformation in shipping* indicated that, on average, ship operators and managers plan to spend $2.5 million on IoT-based solutions within three years. A study from the satellite operator, which drew on a survey of 750 transport chain professionals including 125 shipowners, also…
A new survey from the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA) reveals that internet access for seafarers for personal use onboard ships is more widespread than previously imagined, while the positive benefits associated with this access outweigh the feared safety concerns around the technology.
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