Tech

Bladerunner vision

November 19th, 20150 Singapore’s new terminal in Tuas will be revolutionary in its use of technology. Fifteen years from now Singapore’s port sound like it’ll resemble a Ridley...

For those in peril

November 12th, 20154 In the world of modern communications, we have come to expect constant contact, or at least prompt information. So the report that communication was lost with the...

RH Marine Group launched at Europort

November 6th, 20150 RH Marine Group, formerly known as Imtech Marine, was introduced this week at the Europort exhibition in Rotterdam. Following the recent acquisition by Parcom Capital...

Shipping’s technological conundrum

November 5th, 20153 Patrik Wheater reports from this week’s Shipping and Offshore CSR Forum in London. Some interesting sessions at this week’s Shipping and Offshore CSR Forum in...

Giant leap for unmanned kinds?

November 4th, 20151 Katherine Si charts China’s efforts to build autonomous ships. The debate surrounding autonomous ships is hot right now, brought up at seemingly every conference,...

Veson Nautical: Technology ROIs

November 3rd, 20150 Boston: John Veson has been in maritime software most of his working life. He freely admits that in the current market environment these are difficult times, yet there...

New boxship design gets rid of engine rooms

October 28th, 20151 French LNG containment specialist GTT, along with French containerline CMA CGM (and its subsidiary CMA Ships) and classification society DNV GL have released a technical...

Shipping’s smarter path: Stopford

October 21st, 20153 In the concluding part of his rallying call for shipping to use technology more wisely, Dr Martin Stopford from Clarkson Research identifies ways ahead. Yesterday I...

Shipping’s need to get smart: Stopford

October 20th, 20151 In the first of two-part special Dr Martin Stopford from Clarkson Research provides a condensed maritime history, arguing that the future of the industry is very much in...
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