Tag: <span>Internet of Things</span>

Turning data into business
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Turning data into business

Finnish firm KNL Networks, recently acquired by Telenor Maritime, is helping shipping companies to make use of the growing maritime Internet of Things (IoT) via a solution that uses a radio communications network to send data from a vessel to shore-side, without interfering with existing communication methods onboard the vessel.  CEO and co-founder of KNL...

Saudi Aramco accelerates digital transformation
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Saudi Aramco accelerates digital transformation

Saudi Aramco Project Management (PM) is expediting the deployment of fuel monitoring and vessel tracking systems (FM & VTS) to support the company’s ambitious vision to be the world’s leading digitalised energy company. The offshore projects department, under upstream project management, is the first organisation deploying a fleetwide fuel and performance monitoring system. PM vice...

The cost of reactive maintenance
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The cost of reactive maintenance

For shipping line P&O Maritime, a catastrophic incident in 2018 accelerated the company’s use of maritime IoT to drive its maintenance model from reactive to predictive. In a webinar held by Digital Ship this week, Kris Vedat, head of IT for P&O Maritime Logistics explained how the company has been tackling its digital management strategy....

Maritime IoT for remote expert intervention: an interview with KVH
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Maritime IoT for remote expert intervention: an interview with KVH

Recent rapid growth in maritime IoT is widening opportunities for shipping companies to identify and mitigate vessel performance issues before they arise. We spoke with Sven-Eric Brooks, senior director of business development for KVH Watch to find out how satellite-enabled remote intervention is playing a critical role in maintaining efficient and safe vessel operation. Maritime...

e5 Lab launches ROBOSHIP to promote zero-emission electric vessels
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e5 Lab launches ROBOSHIP to promote zero-emission electric vessels

e5 Lab has started developing the ROBOSHIP to realise zero emissions, as well as an integrated system called the “ROBOSHIP BOX,” which brings together telecommunications, the Internet of Things (IoT), and software. Through this initiative, e5 Lab is working to address critical issues facing Japan’s ocean shipping and maritime industries, including a shortage of seafarers,...

ShipServ and Hanseaticsoft partner to improve operational efficiencies
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ShipServ and Hanseaticsoft partner to improve operational efficiencies

ShipServ has announced an agreement with Hanseaticsoft to integrate the company’s cloud-based fleet management solution into ShipServ’s e-procurement platform. The purpose of the partnership is to drive purchasing and operational efficiencies for shipowners and operators. The agreement is in line with ShipServ’s strategy to develop relationships with advanced technology partners, where the ShipServ TradeNet platform...

IoT for performance management: thoughts from shipping’s service providers
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IoT for performance management: thoughts from shipping’s service providers

The evolving Internet of Things (IoT) is providing new ways for shipping companies to monitor, measure and transfer information to better manage their fleets’ performance. Intelligent sensors and increasing bandwidth have made it possible to collect large quantities of data and transfer it from ship to shore. The emphasis is less on how to collect...

NAPA becomes first service provider for Ship Data Centre’s IoS Open Platform
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NAPA becomes first service provider for Ship Data Centre’s IoS Open Platform

NAPA has become the first service provider for ClassNK-owned Ship Data Centre’s Internet of Ships Open Platform (ShipDC IoS-OP). NAPA will provide ship performance analytics and voyage optimisation capabilities for the universal platform developed to share vessel operational data between stakeholders. The aim of the ShipDC IoS-OP is to create a new, digital maritime cluster...