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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

A new edition of the Bridge Procedures Guide from the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) aims to help seafarers keep up with the latest best practice for bridge technologies designed for the digital age.
The Port of Hamburg will start using automated drones to monitor events happening at the port and to enable more efficient port infrastructure maintenance. The drones will be rolled out as part of a new partnership between HHLA Sky, a subsidiary of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik, and the Hamburg Port…
ABS and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) are to work together on a series of autonomous projects.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and JRCS have announced a joint research project on the use of artificial-intelligence (AI)-based object recognition technology.
In recent years in coastal shipping, it has become an urgent task to deal with the future shortage of seafarers, which is expected due to the aging of seafarers and the decrease in the number of applicants.
Greek shipping company Latsco Shipping has chosen to install Orca’s AI-powered maritime avoidance collision system to improve situational awareness and enhance navigational safety of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) fleet on congested waterways.                 
ClassNK has released its “Guidelines for Remote Surveys (Ver. 3.0).” Based on the expertise gained from carrying out many remote surveys, the guidelines have been updated to provide clarification of applicable remote survey items and procedures.
Shipping has seen a significant improvement in safety over the past decade as higher standards of ship construction and operation have cut the number of casualties, but emerging risks from new fuels and digital technologies must be mitigated to maintain progress, according to DNV.
A new voyage optimisation solution that uses the latest advances in artificial intelligence (AI) to improve fuel savings of at least 5 per cent has been launched as the result of a collaboration between the University of Southampton, the Alan Turing Institute, and Theyr.
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