All articles by Peter Nilson

Peter Nilson is the editor of Future Rail, Airport Industry Review, and Ship Technology Global. He was previously the editor of the Just Food and Just Drinks digital magazines. He enjoys long walks on the beach and talking about the weather.

Peter Nilson


Avoiding collisions at sea using AI

With more than 4,000 maritime incidents occurring each year, navigational safety is a major issue. Dor Raviv, CTO and co-founder of Orca AI, explains how AI can help.

How shared data can align maritime decision-makers

Pelle Sommansson, chief product & AI officer at ZeroNorth, explains how digital technologies can create a lifeline of stability in the maritime sector.

ZeroNorth and Vitol sign long-term partnership

The deal will see Vitol gain full access to the ZeroNorth platform, and ZeroNorth customers will in turn gain access to Vitol’s carbon reduction solutions and bunkering services

GBA Ships launches Doulos Hope in Asia

The vessel is the first of a planned fleet that is designed to reach new regions and operate in shallower waters

Havila Voyages delays Polaris and Pollux ships

The company blames “very complex and demanding” financial situation for delays

Sea snaps up MarDocs from Marcura

Sea has acquired the MarDoc digital platfrom from Marcura in hopes to bridge the documenation gap between charterers, brokers, and owners.

Danfoss Editron to power Hong Kong’s hybrid electric ferries

The new high-speed catamaran hybrid electric ferries will be powered by a Danfoss Editron integrated marine solution.

Svitzer selected as towage provider at Fawley Refinery

The A.P. Moller-Maersk subsidiary has been awarded a 7-year contract following an open tender process

How to reduce environmental impact through data

Bobby Morse, senior product manager at Veson Nautical, explains how the maritime industry can leverage digital solutions to achieve its decarbonisation goals.

Ultratank chooses Seaber to optimise operations

Ultratank will use Seaber’s schedule planning software to improve efficiency in its operations.