“The whole supply chain is broken,” said Frank G. Olsen, CEO, Inchape Shipping Services, in discussing this and other shipping market conditions from NorShipping ’22 in Oslo.
Søren Andersen, CEO, StormGeo, connects the dots between digitalization and decarbonization.
The pace of technology continues to accelerate in the maritime sector, as Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO Maritime, DNV discusses with Maritime Reporter TV in Oslo.
From NorShipping in Oslo, Ben Palmer, Inmarsat’s new President, Maritime, discusses plans to expand the company’s advanced satcom digitalization solutions.
The U.S. offshore wind market is poised for rapid growth. Phil Lewis, Director of Research at Intelatus Global Partners, helps to put the opportunities and potential in perspective.
From NorShipping in Oslo, Marcus Högblom, Head of Passenger, Dry cargo and Ice Segment, ABB Marine and Ports, discusses recent tech advances for the passenger vessel sector.
The ESAB Heavy Industrial Product Line and WeldCloud online applications are a powerful tandem to help shipyard improve weld quality and efficiency.
With its laser-focus on maritime, Furuno sits on the leading edge of marine navigation technologies.
The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) has launched a new research consortium—the Future Energy Systems Center—to address the climate crisis and the role energy systems can play in solving it. Randall Field, Executive Director, discusses current research and the challenges ahead for the maritime sector.
Melding advanced software, intelligence, robotics and navigation, Armach Robotics leads a step change in ship hull cleaning and maintenance with its Robotics as a Service model.
ABS’ Patrick Ryan discusses saving dollars on the deck plate during construction while maintaining a focus on safety via 3D digital design.
The latest Intelatus report on U.S. Offshore Wind is bullish on 2022. Philip Lewis, Director of Research, discusses the challenges and opportunities.
While many challenges remain, so too do opportunities. DNV’s Robert Galinski discusses the North American offshore wind market from the perspective of classification.
Dynamic Protective Barriers (DPB) is an innovative maritime safety device with a novel mechanism to dissipate energy for short-duration impact caused by the docking vessels.
Tracy Zea, WCI, discusses the historic $2.5 billion of 100% federal funding for construction and major rehabilitation of U.S. inland waterways projects.
NDT CEO Jim Connaughton is bullish on the future of barge-based data centers that offer a number of strategic and environmental benefits.
Born from the mindset of Formula F1 racing, the Cox Marine CXO300 diesel outboard engine is seeking to take share of market from the gasoline outboard sector.
Fully integrated system enables medium speed diesel engines to meet IMO III, Stage 5 and EPA regulations.
As shipowners take on decarbonization challenges, Arild-Risholm-Sæther-NAVTOR, advises a close look for answers inside your digital systems.
Propspeed launched a new kit packaged specifically for the commercial marine trade professional, including everything needed to coat two propellers 165-203cm in size, or a total surface coverage of 14.2 square meters.