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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Shipping has its mouth in shape for some disruptive innovation, and showcasing a vision for its future is engaging all sorts of innovators we can work with, says Oskar Levander
Expecting a Eureka moment to solve shipping’s innovation problem is a mistake, but building the right intellectual infrastructure and widening the pool of ideas might, says Kirsi Tikka
Creating a culture of innovation requires more than just repeating the word in meetings, it’s time to think dandelion says Walter Hannemann
Disruption means the maritime industry pie is up for grabs, but getting innovation strategies right could see incumbent companies keeping their hands on the knife, says Tero Hottinen.
Innovation is top priority for companies world-wide but shipping is renovating rather than innovating. How do we drive a culture of innovation rather than a desire to get back to normal?
Rolls-Royce has brought its cutting-edge knowledge of aerospace Big Data and analytics to maritime, and with them a blueprint of the ownership ecosystems of the future.
The development of SmartShips will create new kinds of risks, but what’s already emerging is a picture of an industry dangerously over-exposed to cyber.
The SmartShip’s autonomy will actually drive convergence, forging the new blue logistics chain as part of the intelligent transport systems of the future.
As Head of Research at Danish Ship Finance Christopher Rex is responsible for a must-read bi-annual market report, and his clear-eyed analysis is shaking up the industry.
Publishing didn’t recognise its slush pile as an idling engine of disruption until it was too late. But at the Slush event in Finland maritime went looking for disruptive ideas.
In a bid to identify talent some companies are even removing academic qualifications from their entry criteria. So what are the human factor competencies shipping needs in its new ‘super mariners’?
Unmanned or not the SmartShip’s autonomy will actually be a catalyst for integration and convergence, forging the new Blue Logistics chain as part of the intelligent transport systems of the future. This issue explains why and how.
Stats show that gender diversity is a competitive differentiator, but in shipping a hoo-ha can be a bit of a red-herring.