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NEWS AND VIEWS FROM SHIPPINGINSIGHT MEDIA SPONSORS – WEEK OF MAY 29

Nor Lines signs for ‘Power by the Hour’ remote monitoring

art1May 24, 2017 — Nor Lines and Rolls-Royce have signed a novel ‘Power-by-the-Hour’ service agreement for the two vessels Kvitbjørn and Kvitnos, which will use Big Data technologies to monitor, plan and perform maintenance and repairs on all the equipment installed on the cargo ships. Continue Reading…

DigitalShipIEA Says Shipping Not on Track with Emissions Reductions

art2May 24, 2017 — The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its Tracking Clean Energy Progress report, saying that international shipping is not on track to meet the greenhouse gas goals of the Paris Agreement. Continue Reading…

The Maritime ExecutiveRemote controlled ships could sail Baltic within three years

art3May 22, 2017 —  Fully remote controlled vessels could be operating in the Baltic Sea in three years, with autonomous commercial traffic following by 2025. Continue Reading…

MarineLogCalifornia Pushes Ahead on Ballast Water Compliance

art4May 25, 2017 — We are quickly approaching September 8, 2017, the date when the International Ballast Water Convention will enter into force requiring ships to manage their ballast water using methods to remove or render harmless organisms contained within their ballast water. This is in an effort to halt the spread of invasive species that have crippled many local ecosystems, both monetarily and environmentally, in some cases causing irreparable damage. Continue Reading…

MarineLinkC-MAP launches Integrated Maritime Suite for voyage optimization

art5May 25, 2017 — (EGERSUND, Norway) — C-MAP, a leading supplier of digital navigation products to the maritime market, has launched the Integrated Maritime Suite (IMS), a powerful onboard application platform that employs machine learning and customized ship performance models to deliver voyage optimization. By using a new algorithm, IMS operates with minimal user input to generate optimized routes that meet commercial objectives, while also minimizing fuel consumption and maintaining vessel safety. Continue Reading…

professional-mariner-logoPort of Long Beach: The Green Port

art6May 25, 2017 — A March 2017 visit to the Port of Long Beach provided a close-up view of one of America’s premier seaports. Most stakeholders already know that the port is a major gateway for containerized traffic and a host of other goods and commodities on the U.S. West Coast. That’s not news. Neither is the fact that $180 billion in total trade annually moves through the nation’s second-busiest seaport. The bigger story, it became clear during a two-day tour and executive interview with interim Chief Executive, Duane L. Kenagy, P.E., is how all of that gets accomplished in the same space that is spending $4 billion in infrastructure upgrades while also providing leadership in the all-important area of environmental stewardship. Continue Reading…

Screen Shot 2016-09-13 at 3.21.25 PMKeynote speakers confirmed for  SHIPPINGInsight 2017

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