Global maritime communications powerhouse Inmarsat announced a pair of new tech offerings – ORCHESTRA and ELERA – that are touted as ‘the communications network of the future.’ Inmarsat Maritime president Ronald Spithout explains.
An engineer by trade, Yuri Sakurada shares insights on her unique maritime path to a leadership role at DNV.
The Viega pressed fitting solution – recently approved for use on U.S. Navy ships by NAVSEA – eliminates hot work when fixing piping on ships.
As the Women's International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) rolls into Hamburg, Germany in October 2021, this is the first in series profiles women leaders in the maritime sector.
Captain Andrew Kinsey, Senior Marine Risk Consultant, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty, discusses the strategies to mitigate risk when transiting to and through the Northern Sea Route.
ABS' CEO, Chris Wiernicki, discusses the evolution of multi-physics simulation and its importance in reaching decarbonization goals through 2050.
KOTUG’s new E-Pusher series is flexible to design, build and operate, with an eye on units that efficient and cut emissions for inner cities.
Naval architects and marine engineers sit on the front lines of the maritime industry’s battle toward decarbonization.
Conrad Industries signed a license agreement with Damen Shipyards Group to build two Damen Multi Cats 3013 for Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation, the first Damen Multi Cats to be built in the U.S.
Inside the construction of the world’s largest civilian hospital ship.
Inside Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE’s Safety & Shipping Review 2021 and it’s take on the lingering crew change crisis.
Incat Crowther Digital Shipbuilding is an engineered-in-advance digital design that considers all possible challenges in the design phase.
Insights on local demands to design and deliver a passenger ferry and a cargo ferry for the Isle of Scilly Steamship Company.
Richard Paine Jr. discusses Hornblower’s strategy to get their maritime crews trained and back on the boats as operations resume post-COVID.
NASA’s Pegasus barge was recently involved in moving the Space Launch System core stage from the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Take a deep dive into NASA’s maritime ops with Arlan Cochran, Team Lead - Logistics Engineering and Marine Operations, NASA.
Maritime Reporter TV interviewed Dr. Latitia McCane, Director of Education, The Apprentice School at Newport News Shipbuilding, which trains shipbuilders and leaders to build some of the highest value maritime assets on the planet: U.S. Navy ships.
ABS’ Patrick Ryan discusses how digitalization and decarbonization are inextricably intertwined.
Maritime Reporter TV's Greg Trauthwein has interviewed Anna Galoni, the recently appointed chief executive officer (CEO) of Thordon Bearings Inc., a Thomson-Gordon Group company.Galoni joined the Burlington, Ontario-headquartered company in 2007 after graduating from Queens University with a Masters’ Degree in epidemiology. Prior to her appointment in April, she held a number of senior roles in various departments including human resources director, new product development director and, subsequently, chair, Thordon Bearings, a position she continues to hold.
As political support builds, so too do the opportunities for business in the Offshore Wind business in the United States. Philip Lewis, Director of Research, World Energy Reports, runs through the latest numbers.
With the construction of Ceiba, a 45m topsail cargo schooner well underway in Costa Rica, Maritime Reporter TV talks with Danielle Doggett, CEO, SailCargo for a progress report.