Researchers at UCL Energy Institute (UCL EI) in London have created a new interactive map that plots 250 million data points to precisely show the movements of the world’s commercial shipping fleet over the course of the year 2012.
IMO is asking for formal expressions of interest to host centres to promote cooperation in the field of maritime technology, as part of its efforts to help mitigate the harmful effects of climate change.
AkzoNobel has added support for cruise vessels to Intertrac Vision, its ‘Big Data’ tool that provides predictions on the fuel and CO2 savings potential of fouling control coatings, prior to application.
SetelHellas’ SeeMBox-V MRV Solution has been certified as compliant with EU Monitoring Reporting and Verification (MRV) regulation requirements by Verifavia, an emissions verification company for the transport sector.
SetelHellas has introduced its new MRV Solution, which builds on its SeeMBox-V communications management system with additional functionality to meet requirements under the EU’s new monitoring, reporting and verification regulations.
Parker Kittiwake Procal, a supplier of continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS), has launched the new Procal 1200M data gathering system and control unit, specifically designed for maritime use.
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has launched what it is describing as Southeast Asia’s first advanced maritime energy test facility, with the aim of creating a platform for scientists and engineers to develop new eco-friendly maritime technologies.
The European Parliament has approved draft EU rules requiring ship owners using EU ports to monitor and report CO2 emissions each year.
ABB reports that German-based cruise operator AIDA has selected its EMMA energy monitoring and management system for use across the company’s 10 vessels, with a view to reducing energy costs and emissions across the entire fleet.
Silverstream Technologies has announced the first commercial installation of the company’s air-lubrication system, to be deployed on the Norwegian Cruise Line vessel Norwegian Bliss.
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