Fujitsu Limited and the Japan Coast Guard have field tested an artificial intelligence (AI) system for predicting vessel collisions. The trial was conducted from December 2019 to March 2020 at the Tokyo Wan Vessel Traffic Service Center, which offers navigation support services, under an outsourci
Security company Dryad Global has released a Security Notice on Libya and the potential for a second migrant crisis: Following the migrant crisis which engulfed Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region in 2014-15, tensions between states affected and migrants have remained high. In recent years
As the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak continues to cause serious health risks and business disruption globally, Marlink’s telemedicine solution XChange Telemed could help to reduce risk considerably.
An alliance of leading maritime companies is calling on governments around the world to make interim arrangements for crew changes, which have been effectively halted in many localities due to the COVID-19 lockdown. At present, over 100,000 seafarers are effectively stuck at sea because the global p
BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE
BY DR. CHRIS LANDSEA
OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo
XI HAILS ROLE OF COMMUNITY WORKERS President Xi Jinping has called on community workers to continue their steadfast efforts to combat COVID-19 as communities remain an important line of defense against imported cases and a rebound of the outbreak in China.
Cyprus is no longer part of the targeted flag list of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in relation to the safety performance of flag administrations, the Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry (SDM) said.
Twelve crew members were rescued from a cargo ship MV Bellatrix after a fire that broke out in the engine room became uncontrollable.