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.