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Subject:eMAR News - 01/08/2015

Vessel tracking satellites advance further
Tracking ships by detecting their AIS pings by satellite is a pretty well established practice these days. However, because AIS messages - and the ship position data they contain - were never intended to be harvested from space, there is still room for collection techniques to be refined. 

Funding agreed for Global Maritime Energy Efficiency Partnerships Project (GloMEEP)
IMO, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have signed an agreement to allocate US$2.0 million to a two-year global maritime energy efficiency partnership project, which aims to support increased uptake and implementation of energy-efficiency measures for shipping. 

How the Internet can Connect Shipping
The era of the totally-connected ship is upon us with major advances in onboard satellite technology already looking set to revolutionise the way shipping companies manage their assets. ‘Big Data’ can work hard to drive through efficiencies, reduce costs, automate processes and help today’s fleets avoid expensive repairs. 

Critical Technology Trends
The “cloud” has created unprecedented opportunities. But with so many new technologies, security concerns and supply chain uncertainty, where should you focus your resources for the next 10–20 years? 

Hyundai commits to developing connected smart ships
The shipping industry made another step towards building intelligent ships that will enable owners to make more rapid operating decisions by analysing real-time data. The connected smart ship’, which they claim would enable shipowners to better manage their fleets. The technology could also help owners achieve operational savings through the application of digital technologies.,hyundai-commits-to-developing-connected-smart-ships_38764.htm

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