ClassNK has introduced its ClassNK Technical Journal, which will publish the outcome of R&D and technical activities in autonomous ships.
SAILOR 7222 is a next generation SOLAS classified maritime Class A VHF radio with new performance features and is expected to raise safety standards in the maritime industry by improving regular and critical communications at sea.
ABB’s automation, propulsion and switchboard systems for vessels have successfully been verified to meet DNV’s class notation ‘Cyber secure SP0’, based on the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) guidelines for cyber risk management.
One Sea has released a new white paper focusing on the relationship between ship safety and autonomous technology.
OneOcean’s digital logbook solution, LogCentral, has been officially certified by Lloyd’s Register.
Ocean Technologies Group (OTG) has assisted the IMO’s Global Industry Alliance to support low carbon shipping (Low Carbon GIA) to develop a free e-Learning course on energy efficient ship operations and how GHG emissions from ships can be addressed.
The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) has announced that all of its certification is now available electronically.
IB has partnered with Verifavia Shipping to help shipping companies meet the demands of various environmental regulations including EU Monitoring Reporting and Verification (EU MRV), the International Maritime Organisation’s Data Collection System (IMO DCS), and Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM).
The global crew change crisis could lead to a shortage of seafarers if exhausted crew choose to leave the shipping industry rather than risk another long period trapped at sea, warns the Maritime Authority of Jamaica (MAJ).
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has welcomed the industry-led Neptune Declaration, which calls for seafarers to be designated as key workers and for cooperation to end the crew change crisis, which is not only putting seafarers in a desperate situation but also threatening the safety of shipping and world trade. Hundreds of thousands of seafarers around the globe are unable to leave ships, while others cannot join, due to travel restrictions imposed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Digital Ship magazine provides the latest information about maritime satellite communications technology, software systems, navigation technology, computer networks, data management and TMSA. It is published ten times a year.
Digital Ship Ltd
Digital Ship - Digital Energy Journal
39-41 North Road