The vessel management system uses advanced technological equipments to monitor and manage the vehicular traffic in the oceanic and sea waters.
Marine VHF Radios, marine GPS and marine Autopilots are three navigational consumers’ marine equipments which make travelling at sea extremely easy and hassle free. Find out more about these equipments inside the article.
Telemedicine is the one of the most important developments in the field of engineering science which integrates technology with medicine. And when it comes to shipping, the incorporation of telemedicine technology is the best thing that could happen to the shipping sector in the recent times.
With increase in piracy activities at high seas, many weapons and equipments have been developed to fight pirates. Though pirates are a threat to maritime industry, using lethal ways to fight them have been criticized by countries around the world. Considering this fact, companies are coming up with non-lethal ways to fight piracy at sea. […]
Port reception facility is one of the most important facilities which every marine port that is host to sea going vessels must provide. Find out more about port reception facilities and what kind of ports must have them inside the article.
Launch of a ship at the Ferus Smit shipyard in Leer, Germany creates a huge wave which scares away the spectators. Watch the video inside.
Auriga Leader is the world’s first partially propelled cargo ship, fitted with over 300 solar arrays that generate around 10 percent of its required operating power. Know more in this green ship inside the article.
A marine pilot boat is a vessel that’s specifically used to ferry helmsmen or marine pilots from harbours to ships that need piloting, or vice versa. The concept of boats for pilots is quite old, predating to the heydays of the Greco-Roman empires.
Owned and operated by Wilhelmsen Logistics, the carrier ship, MV Faust is known to be one of the biggest car carrier ships across the whole international marine domain.