Technology company Wartsila has delivered what it calls "an essential enabler for the testing of autonomous vessels" to the Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) in Finland.
Abu Dhabi Ports will develop the world's first fully unmanned autonomous commercial marine tugboats in a collaboration with vessel designer Robert Allan Ltd.
Awake.AI and Silo.AI have announced a project to develop smart ports and smart vessels after a previous collaboration resulted in two artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
Nine of the world's biggest carriers, terminal operators and ports are one step closer to launching the Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) after signing a shareholders' agreement.
CargoX has become the first provider to use the neutral, public blockchain Ethereum network for its platform after gaining approval from the International Group of P&I Clubs.
Inform has released the first in a series of Future Vision interviews which take a deep dive into the evolution of ports centered around 2038: A Smart Port Story.
Traxens has announced that it has joined the Smart Maritime Council, an initiative set up by the Smart Maritime Network (SMN).
Monitoring local sea states is essential for the safety, security and resilience of ports, harbors and coastal infrastructure worldwide, providing stakeholders with invaluable data for use in a wide range of endeavors.
As we enter a new decade numerous issues remain, one of which is standardization within the maritime industry. Specifically, data standards.
With cyber-attacks no longer the stuff of “fictional narrative”, the UK Department for Transport (DfT) has released a new cyber security code of practice on cyber security for UK ports.