Laser Sensor Technology for the Maritime and Offshore Industries

By Mark Fuhrmann 05-27-2020 03:17:25

Posted in: Shipping

Research scientist and entrepreneur Sverre Dokken believes laser-based remote sensing has big potential in the maritime domain.&nb...

Standardized Container IoT is Key for "Smart" Supply Chains

By Hanane Becha 05-27-2020 03:14:00

Posted in: Shipping

[By Hanane Becha, TRAXENS & UN/CEFACT; Todd Frazier, FedEx Express; Jaco Voorspuij, GS1; and Michael Schröder,...

The Limits of China's Ecological Redline System

[By Wang Chunhui] In late March, a case of plagiarism brought the chaotic state of China’s environmental impact assessmen...

Look to the Past to See the Future of Cruising

“Cruise shipping seemed dead…”1    “…the city was ready to consign its cruise industr...

Essential Info at a Glance: The Manta NEO Integrated Bridge System

By HENSOLDT UK 05-25-2020 03:43:00

Posted in: Maritime

Gaining essential information at a glance, integrated in a modern, efficient and effective manner – that is the philoso...

Royal Navy's New Carrier Prepares for Operational Deployment

HMS Queen Elizabeth is one step closer to being able to deploy on global operations after completing the first stages of Operation...

Future Agricultural Transport on North American Waterways

By Harry Valentine 05-24-2020 11:56:43

Posted in: Ports

The long-term trend of annual rainfall taken across Northern USA and Southern Canada for over a century reveals a steady increase....

China Enters the Low-Sulfur Shipping Era

[By Gao Baiyu] The global shipping industry is shifting to low-sulphur fuel in response to global calls for cleaner shippi...

Study: Plankton May Absorb Twice as Much CO2 as Previously Believed

The ocean plays a major role in the global carbon cycle. The driving force comes from tiny plankton that produce organic carbon th...