Maritime technology company ZeroNorth has today announced it has opened a new office in Piraeus, Greece, to further its aim to support more ship owners and operators to digitalise and decarbonise their operations.
Chief Customer Officer Cathrine Armour explains how the UKHO has adapted and evolved with the continued digitalisation of the maritime industry.
Siemens Energy has upgraded two of Maersk Drilling’s ultra-harsh environment CJ70 North Sea jackups with hybrid power plants, using lithium-ion energy storage.
Hyde Marine, one of the world’s most cutting-edge Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) manufacturers, is proud to announce the Hyde GUARDIAN Data Log Analysis Utility (DLAU) – the ballast water industry’s first and most comprehensive data-driven analytics platform as a part of the company’s interlocking suite of aftermarket services.
Honeywell has been awarded a major contract by SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation (SEPCO) to supply connected control, telecommunications, safety and security systems for the King Salman International Complex for Maritime Industries and Services shipyard being developed by Aramco in Ras Al-Khair, Saudi Arabia.
In the race to develop new, environmentally-friendly shipping technologies, a British company is promoting what it is calling the first true zero-emission ship design. Windship Technology, which says that it is developing a whole-ship solution to CO2 emissions, unveiled its designs that incorporate wind and solar technologies. The company will be working with classification society DNV for the verification of the technology.
Offshore vessel operator Vallianz Holdings has signed an MoU with SeaTech Solutions to develop a series of all-electric harbor tugs based on a clean sheet design. When coupled with a renewable power supply, the all-electric tug is intended to help owners meet the IMO 2030 and 2050 targets.
One of America’s most historic merchant ships, the n/s Savannah is facing an uncertain future. Recently, the US Maritime Administration asked for the public’s input as they work to complete the decommissioning of the world’s first nuclear-powered merchant ship.
A major port in northern Germany is using technology from Siemens to monitor energy use, with the cloud-based system collating a wide-range of data which could help teams there to improve operations.
Honourable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi at the second edition of the ‘Maritime India Summit 2021 held early this month spoke about more than 574 port projects identified at a cost of 82 billion besides an array of initiatives in the pursuit of building India into the leading Blue Economy of the world. While the announcements reiterated the huge potential of the maritime sector, it also signalled the need to build a strategic roadmap to accelerate investments, drive digitisation while addressing the enduring issues the industry has been plagued with. This has become all the more germane today as the sector is competing with the large well-established players of the industry across affluent countries.
Danish researchers and shipowners have teamed up to develop new sensor technology to measure soot concentration in stack emissions. Their work is aimed at preparing for future regulations on black carbon, which are expected soon.
AST has announced a new order of 9 iRAMS systems with a long-term client and UK boat-builder, Goodchild Marine Services Limited.
The U.S. Navy and the Marine Corps have published a new joint strategy for building and deploying unmanned systems, following up on questions from Congress about their concept of operations (CONOPS) for future autonomous vessels, subs and aircraft.
Technology company Wärtsilä, the leading manufacturer of exhaust gas scrubbers, says that it sees strong potential for onboard carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a means of reducing CO2 emissions from shipping.
Based on its recent analysis of the European maritime logistics market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Awake.AI with the 2021 European Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award. Its open and collaborative digital platform enhances maritime logistics by integrating stakeholders operating in sea, port, and land logistics. It funnels the discrete data from their operations, drives shared and transparent communications, and offers accurate predictions for informed decision-making.