Digitisation has been paramount in propelling the logistics and shipping industry forward in 2019, and will continue to do so in 2020, says managing director of Maersk South Asia, Steve Felder. Here, Mr Felder outlines the company’s progress throughout 2019 and its plans for 2020.
Wärtsilä has been awarded Lloyd’s Register (LR) system-level cyber certification for its network architecture relating to Wärtsilä’s integrated main and auxiliary machinery.
Ascenz has signed an agreement with Inmarsat to become one of its Certified Fleet Data Application Providers.
Hanseaticsoft has announced a 41 per cent increase in customers in 2019, adding 19 new shipping companies to the company’s global client base, including eight in Singapore, Philippines, India and China.
Piraeus-based Virtual Maritime Services (VMS SA) has launched a new service to provide commercial vessels with a high-speed connectivity, voice and data service technology with IoT capabilities.
Høglund Marine Solutions and DNV GL have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to help generate and export big data from ships.
Singapore-based ship management service provider Thome Group has selected OneOcean's integrated platform, bringing together all navigational, regulatory and environmental requirements under one platform.
Maersk has released its revamped Remote Container Management (RCM) platform featuring the virtual assistant Captain Peter.
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