Rolls-Royce is set to team up with US-based technology company Intel to design advanced intelligent shipping systems that will provide additional safety to the commercial shipping sector.
Global design, engineering and risk management consultancy BMT has received DNV GL’s certification for its Rembrandt brand of integrated navigation and manoeuvring simulator.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) based Abu Dhabi Ports’ subsidiary Maqta Gateway and Belgium’s Port of Antwerp has commenced a blockchain pilot testing project.
Wärtsilä has secured a contract to provide its 31DF dual-fuel engine to French operator Ponant’s new polar ice-class luxury cruise vessel.
Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) has partnered with marine industry stakeholders to establish a global hull underwater cleaning standard that will address the issue of hull biofouling.
A collaboration of European marine research institutes and companies has developed new thruster technologies for ships operating in Arctic conditions, as part of the Arctic Thruster Ecosystem (ArTEco) project.
Indian Ports Association (IPA) has selected Tech Mahindra as a managed service provider for five major ports at Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Deendayal Port and Paradip Port Trust.
Switzerland-based technology group ABB has been selected to deliver electric, digital and connected solutions for the new Project 790 superyacht built at the Nobiskrug shipyard in Germany.
Oldendorff Carriers has awarded a contract to the UK’s Datum Electronics to supply shaft power torque meters to optimise its ship performance monitoring systems.
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has granted its Approval in Principle (AIP) to Wärtsilä’s new hybrid power module called Wärtsilä HY.