Ami Daniel, CEO & Co-Founder, Windward, shares tips for shipowners to mitigate risk during COVID-19.
Ship owners can unlock the value of data to gain competitive advantage. Tor Svanes, CEO, NAVTOR, explains.
When the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown the North American cruise industry, Port Canaveral lost 75% of its business in one day. Captain John W. Murray Port Director and CEO, Canaveral Port Authority, discussed with MR TV last month the challenges – and opportunities – ahead.
From Silicon Valley to the seas, Nautilus Labs blazes a maritime digitalization path. Maritime Reporter TV interviews Matt Heider, CEO, Nautilus Labs.
Gregory Darling and Applied Satellite Technology (AST) works with shipowners to help them use their bandwidth more efficiently for ship business and crew needs.
Oxalis helps to streamline the ship repair process via data
John Allen, founder & president of Quantum Marine Stabilizers, discusses his company's vessel stabilization solutions and their advantages for vessels ranging from yachts and expedition cruise ships to offshore wind farm support vessels to military patrol boats.
Known historically as a salt port, Port Milwaukee has worked and invested steadfastly to modernize its infrastructure while diversifying its commodity mix to prepare the port for coming generations. Adam Tindall-Schlicht, Director, Port Milwaukee, discusses the pace of change.
Maritime Reporter TV interviews Manish Singh, CEO, Ocean Technologies Group.
On October 6, 2020 ABS will launch globally its My Digital Fleet digital solution for marine and offshore operators. Kash Mahmood, SVP, Digital Solutions, discusses how advanced artificial intelligence, among other technologies, will help owners connect their data and effectively increase efficiency and reduce risk.
A whole new level of health concerns have led designers of cruise ships and other passenger vessels to think outside of the box to adapt new and existing designs for the post-COVID-19 world. Tomas Tillberg and Carlos Reyes, managing partners at Tomas Tillberg Design International, describe some of the key changes being made to help keep cruise ship passengers safe.
As the COVID-19 pandemic lingers, trading patterns are shifting, shipowners are exploring if and how assets can be redeployed to more lucrative sectors. Jonathan Strachan at design and engineering consultancy, Houlder discusses the possibilities with MR TV.
Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO of DNV GL - Maritime, addresses on some of the top issues confronting the global maritime industry today and into the future, from the seafarer crew change crisis to carbon emissions targets.
Joseph Bruno, Inchcape Shipping Services' VP Marine Services - Americas, discusses the global port agency's growth prospects and ambitions in the Americas.
Søren Andersen, CEO, StormGeo discusses how digitalization and weather routing information can help drive shipping efficiencies.
Captain Andrew Kinsey, Senior Marine Risk Consultant, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty, discusses traditional and new challenges for heavy cargo shipping amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Norway-based Yara Marine Technologies says it is running a competition for start-ups to accelerate the growth of technologies and solutions that will contribute to a greener maritime industry. Thomas Gabestad, Yara Marine Technologies, explains.
Claus Ulrich (Uli) Selbach, Business Unit Director at Hamburg Messe Und Congress, discusses COVID-19’s impact on SMM2020.
Lubrizol R&D helps to address large marine engine lubrication challenges
There is a benefit of exams that the vast majority of maritime trainers are ignoring, says Murray Goldberg, CEO, Marine Learning Systems.