The milestone was reached during the Unmanned Warrior 2016 event which saw more than 50 unmanned vehicles operating in a variety of themed activities.
Archives for October 2016
The DMA takes part in the considerations, which may have consequences for, inter alia, ships’ reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
OOCL is proud to be named the Containership Operator of the Year in front of hundreds of industry peers at the Lloyd’s List Asia awards ceremony in Singapore.
LR is participating in the MAXCMAS project, a £1.27million collaborative research project that aims to develop collision avoidance algorithms for autonomous maritime vessels.
ACP has entered into a significant MOU with Peel Ports, as the latter gears up for the formal opening of its Liverpool2 container terminal in early November.
Through Shipbuilder-VR application Shipbuilder has been adding real time information in VR for several months, and it’s been very successful.
Ships taking deliveries of marine fuel oil in Singapore from 1 January 2017 can rely on quantity figures recorded by the bunker barge’s mass flow metering system.
200 representatives of classification societies, shipbuilders and shipowners came together in Tokyo last week for their annual ‘Tripartite Meeting’ on issues of common interest.
The EfficienSea2 project, led by the DMA, is now ready to demonstrate its first results at a coming conference, beta releases of some of the solutions will be launched.