Report points to generally positive relationship between seafarers and emerging maritime technologies but suggests more needs to be done to alter crew perceptions of digitalization.
The Future of Maritime Safety Report 2022 examines data from Global Maritime Distress and Safety System calls made to Inmarsat from 2018 to 2021.
Newly introduced crew connectivity requirement adds support to calls for improved seafarer welfare – and emphasises value of Fleet Hotspot to crew and ship owners
Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has completed the first phases of testing innovative technology developments for ORCHESTRA, the company’s forthcoming dynamic network of the future.
Inmarsat provides modern wireless communications to maritime vessels as required by SOLAS Convention originally adopted in the aftermath of Titanic’s tragic sinking.
Inmarsat mobile satellite communications is giving free connectivity to maritime crews around the globe that use its Fleet Hotspot service.
Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, today confirmed that its strategic partner BSNL has received the necessary licenses to deliver Inmarsat’s world-leading Global Xpress (GX) mobile broadband services in India.
Inmarsat mobile satellite communications, has published a new report pinpointing the impact of COVID-19 in accelerating global shipping’s digital journey.
LR and Inmarsat have announced an industry-first collaboration between a satellite communications provider and classification society to provide a connectivity solution that will address challenges experienced during remote surveys.
There is a clear need for a more coordinated approach to supporting seafarers where resources are pooled into a single body that can leverage legal expertise and lobbying power to advocate for the rights of seafarers.