The Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) has launched the first application of its blockchain enabled Cargo Release system in China. The news follows the consortium’s incorporation earlier this year.
Ocean Technologies Group (OTG) has created a new title giving seafarers advice on how to avoid potential distractions, which can lead to a loss of concentration and situational awareness.
Seably has announced the introduction of Oltremare training courses to the maritime industry.
Maritime software company MobileOps has partnered with data analytics and IoT technology firm ioCurrents to launch a new integration that will boost operational efficiency by automating data collection.
Predictive Intelligence company Windward has launched Container Insights, a capability that enhances the company’s current Cargo Insights to provide live screening and tracking of containers and Bill of Lading (BOL) verification.
Maritime and offshore tech specialist SRO Solutions is launching a complete digitisation package created for maritime firms using IT giant IBM’s Maximo asset management software.
Maritime SaaS technology provider Q88 has launched a new module for tanker and dry bulk vessels on Q88.com and Q88Dry, giving crew greater access to vessel data.
SEDNA has collaborated with Veson Nautical to allow clients to integrate operational data from the Veson IMOS Platform (VIP) with relevant email and communications from the SEDNA solution.
ESL Shipping, steel producer SSAB, and the Port of Oxelösund, Sweden, have begun virtual arrival trials in the Luleå-Oxelösund route along the Gulf of Bothnia, Sweden.
A new ABS Guide for Autonomous and Remote-Control Functions sets out a goal-based framework for the implementation of these technologies on vessels and offshore units and introduces two new notations.
Greek startup Harbor Lab welcomed in June its 300th vessel to its online disbursements platform. The achievement was realised 15 months after the software company launched its disbursements accounting (DA) processing solution for the shipping industry, which gives vessels’ operators access to agents and vendors at ports across the globe reducing back office administration by 75 per cent.
Olympic Subsea has chosen to install Kongsberg Digital's Vessel Insight across its entire fleet as a means of accessing, collecting and consolidating a full range of mission-critical data.
Project logistics company Exclusive Project Network (EPN) has chosen to partner with Shipnext to help its network members unite on a single digital platform. This move is expected to drive stronger collaboration and more efficient networking between its members.
A new report by maritime innovation consultancy Thetius suggests that epidemics and pandemics may become more common and predicts that crew safety, fatigue and harassment issues are unlikely to recede in the short term.
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