GTMaritime has announced that more than 10,000 vessels have now installed its secure maritime data communications software.
Technology company ZeroNorth has launched its new open Vessel Reporting Platform, which is designed to improve transparency and data quality, enable emissions reductions, and lower manual work at sea and on shore.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Autonomous Shipping (unmanned vessels) are set to transform the mercantile fleets of the world. In addition to the greening of the industry and the smartening of the logistics, there will soon have to be a wholesale revamp of design with respect to understanding of the changes that will be wrought in the maintenance and repair of cargo vessels. In this article Steve Flood, senior research consultant at Valour Consultancy outlines the steps that need to be addressed and proposes some systems of work. Current vessel design needs crews, autonomy needs a full redesign.
Navig8 has partnered with Windward to use the company's predictive intelligent platform to perform data-driven vessel screening for compliance, bunkering, and legal procedures.
Data-sharing could unlock billions of dollars in commercial benefits for shipping as well as accelerate decarbonisation. But legacy systems and a restrictive mindset are hindering the industry’s digital transformation and stalling the vital transition to an API economy seen in other industries.
Nautilus Labs has announced its expansion to the United Kingdom by opening an additional office in London, led by newly hired chief commercial officer (CCO) and experienced shipping executive, Jan Wilhelmsson.
Users of GTMaritime’s data replication solution, GTReplicate, can now make use of a SharePoint functionality. This enables users to seamlessly integrate existing operational processes and synchronise data between SharePoint and vessels using GTReplicate, and upload data directly to SharePoint.
Danelec Marine, a Denmark-based company that designs and develops maritime hardware and software for data collection and safety, has signed an agreement to acquire KYMA, the Norway-based specialist in digital ship performance monitoring.
Data from Emsys Maritime’s emissions monitoring and reporting tools has been made available in StratumFive’s Podium Connected platform.
The use of AI-enabled voice and chatbots will deliver insights to a wider range of maritime stakeholders and make data-driven decision making the norm, says Smarty Mathew John, vice president of Digital Solutions at ABS.
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