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Joe Baker

You can get in touch with Joe at joe.baker@globaldata.com

All articles by Joe Baker

  1. The future of LNG: Future Cruise Issue 11 is out now

    Future Cruise is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we give our…
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    13 Feb
  2. Inside Dubai’s cruise industry: the latest issue of Future Cruise is out now

    Future Cruise is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we ask what…
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    19 Nov
  3. Ships on the scrapheap: the latest issue of Ship Technology Global is out now

    Ship Technology Global is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we ask…
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    30 Oct
  4. Is shipping safe in the Persian Gulf? The latest issue of Ship Technology Global is out now

    Ship Technology Global is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we explore…
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    28 Aug
  5. Artificial reefs, Viking Jupiter and more: the latest Future Cruise is out now

    Future Cruise is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we explore why…
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    16 Aug
  6. Arctic ports, drone ships and seafarers’ rights in the latest Ship Technology Global

    As the Arctic ocean warms up, port developers are attempting to build a new deep-water shipping hub at Finnafjord in northeast Iceland. How…
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    26 Jun
  7. GPS spoofing: Ship Technology Global Issue 64

    After years of sporadic reports of GPS spoofing, the shipping industry is still unprepared for this particularly malicious type of…
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    1 May
  8. Havfarm: a new salmon fishing revolution in Norway

    In February, Norwegian fish farmer Nordlaks penned an agreement with Chinese shipyard CIMC Raffles to build the first of two…
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    18 Dec
  9. 40 million up: what does the future hold for London’s Thames Clippers?

    No picturesque London postcard is complete without the river Thames – the 95-mile long waterway that passes through the nation’s…
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    14 Dec
  10. Rothera: giving berth to a revolution in polar shipping

    It’s been over two and a half years since an online Twitter campaign failed to rename the UK’s next polar…
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    13 Dec
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Simplifying maritime control room operations

Traditionally, maritime control room operators have had to sort through multiple data sources to make sense of everything, sometimes using…
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