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  • GPS spoofing: what’s the risk for ship navigation?

    GPS spoofing – or GNSS spoofing more accurately – is a much-discussed cyber-threat to ship navigation systems. With the potential for paralysed shipping lanes, collisions and even untraceable piracy incidents,...

  • March’s top news stories

    Freight forwarder and customs broker Flexport launched the new first data-informed ocean freight consolidation platform, OceanMatch, which allows shippers to lower freight costs. The Port of Philadelphia (PhilaPort) received two...

  • Powering cruise ships with dead fish

    Dead fish and other organic waste will soon be used to power Hurtigruten’s fleet of green cruise ships in a world-first effort to increase its sustainability efforts. The company discusses...

  • Could fuel cells soon be used in ship propulsion?

    Swiss technological giant ABB recently partnered with SINTEF, one of Europe’s largest independent research organisations, to test the viability of fuel cells as an energy source for ship propulsion. The...

  • LNG in shipping: could space tech lighten the load?

    Athens-based marine consultancy Ocean Finance is working with partners on SpaceTech4Sea, an innovative project using the aerospace industry’s light-weight LNG tank technology to make the fuel more viable for shipowners....

  • January’s top news stories

    Canaveral Port Authority awarded a $108.5m contract to Ivey’s Construction for building its new Cruise Terminal 3 project, and the majority of British ports have little or no transition plan...

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