Digitalisation 2019-11-16T14:30:29+00:00


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MarineXchange joins fight against COVID-19

MarineXchange, the provider of a cruise specific software platform, has launched MXP Protect to help cruise lines in these challenging times. MXP Protect consists of several new features and hardware, that integrate in the MXP application platform or [Read more...]

May 16th, 2020|

Reducing shipbuilding complexity

Technology company GEA is actively involved in the German equipment manufacturers’ association VDMA working group ‘MTP in Shipbuilding’ to develop standardisation within the sector. This group includes shipyards, shipowners, manufacturers of ship automation technology, system integrators and universities [Read more...]

April 27th, 2020|

NAPA software fitted on cruise ships and ferries

Finnish-based maritime software, services and data analysis provider, NAPA has enjoyed recent success in the cruise and ferry sector. For example, last year, the ClassNK owned software specialist signed a comprehensive service and product agreement extension with Carnival [Read more...]

April 16th, 2020|

Fraunhofer to support Carnival Maritime

Carnival Maritime, the Hamburg-based marine service unit of the Costa Group has partnered with Fraunhofer CML. This move is meant to implement the maritime research institute´s decision support system, the patented SCEDAS, on the 27 vessels of Costa [Read more...]

March 26th, 2020|

Stena in data management project

Combining the latest in AI, data mining and information architecture from Semcon is assisting the Stena Line with a new pilot project for development of a data management solution. “Stena Line is embarking upon a fantastic data transformation [Read more...]

December 13th, 2019|

New large antenna ideal for passenger vessels

Intellian, a supplier of mobile satellite communication antenna systems, has unveiled the world’s first 1.5 m Global Xpress terminal. The GX150NX will be commercially launch in 2020. As the largest terminal to be available for the Inmarsat Fleet [Read more...]

December 13th, 2019|

Successful AI-project saves fuel

Stena Lines pilot project using artificial intelligence (AI) technology to predict the most fuel-efficient way to operate a vessel is claimed to have been successful. The results show a reduced fuel consumption by 2-3 % per trip. As [Read more...]

November 15th, 2019|