Well Worn
Nov20

Well Worn

The need for better human-machine interfaces in shipping is oft-repeated, but as automation accelerates wearables could be the missing link.

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Dear Life
Nov20

Dear Life

You can’t put a price on health, but maintaining the health of seafarers is more than a moral choice for operators: it has positive commercial benefits, and it’s a choice every ship operator can afford to make.

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Shipping versus the Volcano
Nov20

Shipping versus the Volcano

Whether you think they’re a touchstone, or a smoking volcano, autonomous ships will be transformative, but don’t let them distract you from the real opportunity our roundtable participants clearly identified.

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Face Value
Nov20

Face Value

Platforms like Facebook have been considered a distraction at best and dangerous at worst by the shipping industry until now, but that may be about to change, says Amy Berry.

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Kissing the Frog
Nov20

Kissing the Frog

The scale of shipping’s problems may be big, but the solution is far bigger. Because shipping isn’t a noun these days. It’s a verb.

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The Futurenauts: Warwick Norman
Nov20

The Futurenauts: Warwick Norman

Warwick Norman has been CEO of RightShip since its inception in 2001. Under his stewardship, the company has become a global authority on maritime safety.

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The Next Wave
Nov20

The Next Wave

For tomorrow’s shipping industry innovation and thought leadership are the names of the game, and we need that level of blue sky thinking, says Lisa Teo.

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The Blue Logistics Issue
Nov12

The Blue Logistics Issue

The intelligent transport systems of the future are taking shape, and we need to start thinking far bigger, engaging with suppliers and customers to start creating value rather than just cutting cost.

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