Port operator PSA Singapore has teamed up with Envision Digital International for development in the field of engineering, technology, artificial intelligence and internet of things (AIoT).
European Space Agency (ESA) and One Sea have agreed to share knowledge on maritime digitalisation and autonomous shipping technology.
PortX and Helm Operations have each merged one of their products to form an artificial intelligence (AI) vessel dispatching tool to improve harbour towing.
Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has joined forces with Korea Maritime and Ocean University (KMOU) and NAPA and AVL to develop digital ships and related strategic solutions.
Singapore-based maritime, port and logistics technologies provider CyberLogitec has released OPUS Terminal M operating system for smaller to medium-sized terminals.
Germany-based container shipping firm Hapag-Lloyd has introduced a real-time container monitoring system to offer improved logistics monitoring.
Finland-based marine technology company Wärtsilä has secured the first order for its newly launched auto-docking system SmartDock.
Japanese company Fujitsu and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) have conducted a field trial of artificial intelligence (AI) ship collision risk prediction technology.
Airbus has placed a firm order with Airseas for the purchase of SeaWing, which is an automated kite based on parafoil technology that would help tow commercial vessels.