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On board testing to clean up shipping

Equipment and systems testing will form a critical part of the onboard infrastructure for ships in the future – and the ability of these new technologies to report and relay data to stakeholders will be critical to their success.

http://c181984.r84.cf1.rackcdn.com/DSMay13.pdf?utm_source=DS+May+2013+download&utm_campaign=DS+May+2013+issue&utm_medium=email

 

COMPIT 2013 Promotes IT Solutions for Maritime Industry

This year’s International Conference on Computer and IT Applications in the Maritime Industries (COMPIT) covered a broad spectrum of the latest developments in ship design and shipbuilding, IT trends and marine robot technology

http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/81901/compit-2013-promotes-it-solutions-for-maritime-industry/

 

NGVA Europe: New Opportunities for LNG in Shipping

The European Commission recently proposed two separate initiatives, which include funding possibilities intended to help finance projects combating pollution caused by ships. Though not explicitly mentioning liquefied natural gas (LNG), both initiatives are perfectly designed for LNG-related projects to benefit from the provided financial aids.

http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/81895/ngva-europe-new-opportunities-for-lng-in-shipping/

 

UK: Guide to Human Element in Shipping Published

Based on a wide range of consultations with maritime organisations, the guide was produced by organisational psychologists gs partnership ltd, for consortium partners UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency, BP Shipping,Teekay Marine Services, and the Standard P&I Club.

http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/81991/uk-guide-to-human-element-in-shipping-published

 
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