them to predict the likelihood of larger, more dangerous accidents like groundings, explosions and collisions. HiLo’s predictive mathematical model, three years in the making, uses ship data to identify risk patterns, which
can then be addressed by management intervention.
will focus on services from Asia to the west coast of South America. The new joint services will connect South Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan with the west coast of Mexico, Peru, Chile, Columbia through three loops starting at the
beginning of April.
social media. It follows a years hunt by ICS to find a successor to Hinchliffe, who has been with the chamber since 2001 and its secretary general since 2010. Prior to working with the UK Chamber, Plattens career included stints
with Caledonian Maritime Assets, the Northern Lighthouse Board and the UKs Ministry of Defence.
capacity-building activities in the maritime and port sectors in selected countries. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Thursday by IMO secretary-general Kitack Lim and the first vice president of the EBRD, Phil
vessels to the scene and managed to contain the fire within a few hours. One crew member suffered a severe injury in the incident and he is now in a stable condition after being sent to local hospital for treatment. A preliminary
investigation suggests that the crews didnt wear electrostatic prevention clothing in accordance with the safety protocols when unloading the hazardous cargo from the ship.
are 334 m in length and 48.4 m in breadth and will delivered by May 2021. Samsung Heavy said in a release that the ships would come with the yards own propellers, rudder bulbs and ballast water treatment systems.
technological advances of the past, which solely focused on increasing broadband width and speed, 5G will support a wide range of use cases that all have different speed, latency, security and capacity requirements. 5G will play an important role in new application
scenarios created by the internet of things and Industry 4.0 – a name for the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies.
was opened by Gary Pogson, Lead Specialist, Marine & Offshore Innovation Team, at Lloyds Register. Mr Pogson posed the question distributed ledger for engineered systems hype or hope? The interactive conference, attended
by around 60 delegates who packed out the room in the Lloyds Register building, saw full audience participation through the online app Slido.
to be exported aboard Indonesian vessels and insured with Indonesian insurers, a measure intended to boost the nation’s shipping industry.
to the amendments to MARPOL Annex VI that make the data collection system for fuel oil consumption of ships mandatory as of 1 March 2018, data collecting and reporting for ships of 5,000 gross tons and more engaged in international voyages will be required
beginning in 2019.
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