Bremen-based Fr. Lürssen shipyard, the Machine Tool Laboratory (WZL) at RWTH Aachen University and PROSTEP AG have launched the ProProS research project, with the aim of setting up a digital twin for the manufacturing and assembly processes at shipyards and to use it for status control and optimisation of shipbuilding production.
Kongsberg Maritime has announced that the world’s first adaptive ferry transit has been conducted during normal service. This landmark event, which took place last week on a vessel fully loaded with passengers and vehicles and demonstrated fully automatic control from dock to dock, is a key step forward in the integration of autonomous technology into everyday shipping operations.
Shipping related email software firm LgMAR and digital shipping marketplace SHIPNEXT have formed a partnership, enabling interconnectivity between the shipping and chartering world.
Berge Mafadi, a Berge Bulk vessel has received the world’s first commercial delivery of 3D printed scupper plugs, as part of Wilhelmsen’s Early Adopter Program.
The new digital platform mýa provides asset owners with a single, secure interface to data from multiple equipment manufacturers
Global maritime connectivity provider KVH has announced that Sven-Eric Brooks has joined the company as senior director of business development for KVH Watch, the company’s recently announced maritime internet of things (IoT) solution.
Owner and operator of bulk carriers Oldendorff Carriers has chosen Veson Nautical’s Veslink IMOS Platform (VIP) as its chosen end-to-end solution for maritime operations.
Tototheo Maritime and CAIM have entered into an agreement enabling Tototheo Maritime to promote and distribute CAIM’s range of products and services.
Wärtsilä and DNV GL have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to contribute to the marine industry’s ongoing digital transformation. In particular, the two companies wish to further explore the potential use of digital technologies, collaborative data sharing, and standardisation to enhance existing products and services, and to develop new ones.
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