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Subject:eMAR News - 28/02/2015

A third of ships could be VSAT-connected by 2023
Much of the new satellite capacity coming on stream in the next few years will be high throughput satellites providing Ku-band and Ka-band services. But there are plans for alternative constellations for different maritime services.

Pioneers create roadmap for unmanned shipping
We are at the dawn of the intelligent ship era, as shipowners are investing in vessel monitoring technology, and suppliers are developing ways to remove the crew. There are predictions that ships will eventually become autonomous or remotely controlled from shore centres by 2030.

DHL launches latest version of its Resilience360 risk management tool
Resilience360 is an end-to-end supply chain risk management platform that alerts customers to global incidents and risks to their global supply chain in almost real time.

Shipping is ready for a technological revolution
Ship owners will need to significantly invest in new technologies, fuels and approaches to meet the stringent standards that are being set.

Vessels for the future
In recognition of the need to reinforce targeted R&D and innovation efforts, interests across the European maritime industry have joined forces in the Vessels for the Future initiative. Launched in late 2014, the Public Private Partnership (PPP) is overseen by the European Research Association and involves 50 companies, research institutes, academic organisations and interested associations.

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