DECEMBER 28, 2018 — Over the last few years, the marine industry has begun to embrace increased digitalization and automation to improve the efficiency of its operations through improved communication, information exchange,
DECEMBER 14, 2018 — Now more than ever, vessel operators and charterers are leveraging smart technology and data analytics to reveal operational efficiencies, comply with environmental regulations, and better their bottom lines.
OCTOBER 31, 2018 — Investment decisions will loom large over shipowners over the next 14 months or so as they scramble to comply with the IMO 2020 Sulfur Cap, which comes into
OCTOBER 30, 2018 — For shipowners, the clock is ticking on one of the shipping industry’s most significant air emission regulations. The IMO 2020 Global Sulfur Cap, due to take effect January 1,
SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 — The maritime industry is undergoing a digital transformation. Ship operators are looking for more insight into their operations to drive efficiency, productivity, and meet regulatory compliance. That’s particularly
JULY 20, 2018 — The high speed communications appetites of shipowners continue to grow as they demand greater connectivity between the ship and shore to improve productivity, efficiency, and meet regulatory compliance.
JUNE 1, 2018 — It is clearly a time of transformation in the maritime industry. One of the latest drivers of change is the implementation of the International Maritime Organization’s global 0.5%
PODCAST: Viega’s Paul Switzer: How to eliminate costly “hot work” on pipe installation, speed ship construction
MAY 23, 2018 — When constructing an offshore support vessel, ferry or cruise ship, a shipyard might be required to install thousands and thousands of feet of pipe. Installing those pipes and
MARCH 23, 2018 — This year, naval architectural and marine engineering firm Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) will mark its 30th anniversary. Over that 30-year span, the Seattle-based, employee-owned company has built
MARCH 12, 2018 — Never one to shy away from ruffling a few feathers, Frank Coles has embraced the role of disruptor. Coles, CEO of Transas, wants his company to be an