Maritime Academy Hellas’ latest edition…

Classification Societies, Maritime Education and Training, Reports, Technical, Technology — By on April 18, 2016 at 12:01 PM

dnv glIn the April  edition, Dr. Marina Papaioannou  and Vassilia Dimitrakou  from the Academy’s Piraus offie, advise that viewers can read about: 

  • Maritime Academy launches a pilot series of online “Smart-Ups”
  • 1st July 2016: What’s up on the regulatory agenda?
  • Do you remember? 60 years ago the first commercially successful container ship “Ideal X” started her voyage
  • DNV GL’s Technology Outlook 2025 explores technology likely to be taken up in the next ten years
  • The World Maritime Day theme for 2016 is “Shipping: indispensable to the world”
  • Wishing you a Happy Easter* time!
Maritime Academy launches a pilot series of online “Smart-Ups”
In our efforts to live up to DNV GL’s tagline „Safer,  smarter, greener“ Maritime Academy is taking up the challenge to help you to become smarter in a new way by launching a series of online “Smart-Ups”. The first one in April focuses on the topic of Hull Performance Monitoring. >>

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1st July 2016: What’s up on the regulatory agenda?
Some regulatory changes are to become mandatory by 1st July, 2016. Get a quick overview what’s on the agenda and find out more about some of the major amendments.>>

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Do you remember? 60 years ago the first commercially successful container ship “Ideal X” started her voyage
On April 26, 1956 the “Ideal X”, a converted oil tanker, carried 58 containers from New Jersey to Houston during her first voyage. 58 trucks were waiting to be loaded with the containers. This turned out to be the beginning of new container transportation / transport technology / international standardization of shipping containers. >>

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DNV GL’s Technology Outlook 2025 explores technology likely to be taken up in the next ten years
Shanghai: Every five years, DNV GL publishes its Technology Outlook. This keenly awaited report is primarily intended to give customers and stakeholders a basis for discussion and insight into the technology landscape of the next decade within selected industries. >>

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The World Maritime Day theme for 2016 is “Shipping: indispensable to the world”
This year’s theme for World Maritime Day is “Shipping: indispensable to the world”. The theme was chosen to focus on the critical link between shipping and global society and to raise awareness of the relevance of the role of IMO as the global regulatory body for international shipping. The importance of shipping to support and sustain today’s global society gives IMO’s work a significance that reaches far beyond the industry itself. >>

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* Orthodox Easter Holly Week begins 25 April 2016 and Easter Sunday is on hte 1st of May 2016

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