Japan-based Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) is to trial a new system of onboard data gathering and transmission from its operated vessels to the ClassNK-owned Ship Data Center, a new organisation which offers consolidated management of vessel operational data.
Kongsberg has established a new subsidiary called Kongsberg Digital, to focus on advanced data, software and simulation products and hold group responsibility for developing new digital solutions and related technology alliances.
ClassNK has established a new Ship Data Center subsidiary in Tokyo, a wholly owned business that aims to support the utilisation of data gathered from ship operations to drive operational improvement.
A new innovation centre for the maritime industry in Ireland has officially opened today, seeking to optimise opportunities from the ‘blue economy’.
Windward, a maritime analytics company that recently received $10.8 million in funding for its data platform, has launched the latest version of its MARINT maritime intelligence solution.
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) chairman and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki says that the maritime industry must embrace a new generation of technical leadership moving forward, focusing on three main tenets that will shape the future of shipping.
ClassNK and Makita have agreed to extend the former’s CMAXS e-GICSX condition-based engine monitoring system to Mitsui-Makita MAN B&W main engines.
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation has reported that it has made a conditional grant offer of £10 million over five years to support research by the Alan Turing Institute on engineering applications of big data.
Rolls-Royce has unveiled its vision for the future of maritime navigation with a new bridge concept known as the Future Operator Experience Concept or ‘oX’, which the company says could lead to autonomous, unmanned vessels.
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