In this, the final issue, we ask how shipping’s value might be redefined by the digital age.
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The bitcoin and the bulb were never about bubbles. They’re barometers of belief, and they’re pointing to change, says K D Adamson.
It’s a decade since the iPhone changed the world, and if you want to see the future of maritime connectivity take a look at your phone, explains Toni Linden of KNL Networks.
Data is the asset that’s hatching a new breed of maritime company adept at accessing, blending, commercialising and managing it, and the future belongs to them, explains Marco Ryan.
Onboarding the digital future whilst maintaining a firm grip on today’s business is one of the great challenges for every company, but the right partner can make the balance less of a gamble, says Jens Lorens-Poulsen.
The maritime industry is doing a far better job of focussing on upstream innovation activities these days, but we need a more synchronised approach, argues Sofia Fürstenberg
Visibility into the maritime domain really is based on rocket science, but new kinds of entrants and the move to common web technologies is unlocking a new world of uses for maritime data, explains Nick Allain of Spire Global.
Kongsberg Digital is a focal point for the Group’s digital offering, and the person leading it is Hege Skryseth, whose career in leading international technology companies includes as former CEO of Microsoft Norway
Technology is allowing all sorts of things a voice these days, and in order to make the most of the digital opportunity that has to include our people, says K D Adamson.
Collaboration depends upon non-discriminatory, reliable, standardised units of transactions shared by all stakeholders. That’s a Maritime Business Utility, says Jens Lorens-Poulsen
Blockchain may feel like an alien concept, but it’s already walking shipping’s streets providing real-world solutions to real-world problems, explain Deanna MacDonald and Karim Jabbar.
Digital transformation and sustainability can be a match made in heaven, which is why Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, head of the secretariat at Green Ship of the Future is playing Cupid.
In today’s opaque industry hiding what’s really coming out of the stack is too easy, but the technology required to deliver the transparency needed for true smart regulation is already available, says Allan Skouboe
Innovation facilitators are in vogue, but the innovation process doesn’t begin and end there – it requires engaging every level of the organisation and every department in the search for lasting value, argues Sofia Fürstenberg