Wärtsilä has received system-level cyber certification from UK’s maritime classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) for its fully connected and integrated operational systems.
Swedish ferry operator Stena Line has partnered with Semcon to develop a data management solution to boost the sustainability, efficiency and profitability of its fleet.
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has partnered with SK Telecom (SKT) to develop a 5G-based remote control navigation test platform.
Hong Kong-based ship manager Anglo-Eastern has selected Wartsila to modernise its fleet operations.
Dutch container terminal operator APM Terminals has initiated the global launch of its new advanced application monitoring solution that can identify issues before they affect operations.
Japanese shipping firm NYK and Norwegian maritime technology firm Dualog have signed a research and development agreement to develop new solutions for improved ship management.
Philippines-based port operator International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) has deployed BlackBerry Cylance technology to increase cybersecurity across its global network.
French supply chain technology specialist Traxens has joined Port of Rotterdam’s #WeAre42 smart container project, which was created to analyse the logistics challenges in the maritime sector.
A blockchain and DNA-based fuel tracking solution BunkerTrace has launched commercially to offer increased transparency in the marine fuel supply chain.
The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) has partnered with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Singapore tech start-up Perlin to build a blockchain-based digital ship registration system.