Smart Operations Special E-News Bulletin 18 May 2016

Associations, Environment, Reports — By on May 18, 2016 at 7:34 PM

Shipef smart ops logo one

Smart Shipping To Drive Industry Alliances

Rolls Royce’s VP of Innovation, Engineering and Technology Oskar Levander has spoken of how the drive for smarter shipping operations will result in further alliances being formed in the industry.

Read Full Article ►

Ship Efficiency Data: Garbage In = Garbage Out

The managing director of Norwegian software company Tero Marine sent a strong advisory message during a recent Smart Operations Singapore conference: “when it comes to data, garbage in = garbage out”.

Read Full Article ►

Cyber-Security? Look Internally, Says Dualog

At the Smart Operations conference held in Singapore last week, a representative from Dualog stated that “A cyber threat does not require a hacker”.

Read Full Article ►

Smart Ships: No Longer A Future Fantasy

Smart ships are no longer a fantasy of the future but are the reality of our industry, says Vinay Gupta, Managing Director, Union Marine Management.

Read Full Article ►

The Beating Heart of the Maritime Data Revolution

Inmarsat Maritime’s Vertical Market Development Manager, Ron Vollenga, has spoken of how Inmarsat’s new Fleet Xpress solution sits at the heart of the maritime data revolution.

Read Full Article ►

First Unmanned Cargo Vessel To Hit Water By End of Decade

Rolls Royce’s VP of Innovation, Engineering and Technology Oskar Levander has stated that the first type of unmanned cargo vessels will hit the water by 2020.

Read Full Article ►

A 1940’s Training Mentality For 21st Century Ships?

“In order to make the most of technology, we need to change the way we train our crews, ” said the Managing Director of Bernhard Schulte Ship Management at the Smart Operations, Singapore conference.

Read Full Article ►

Radio Holland Present Hard Hitting Cyber-Security Facts

43% of crew have already experienced a cyber breach and 61% of companies believe that they have been breached, but not attacked yet says Radio Holland’s Global Manager of Remote Services Frank Berends.

Read Full Article ►

Tags:

Leave a Reply

IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math (so we know that you are a human) :-)

What is 2 + 15 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:

Trackbacks

Leave a Trackback