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Maritime IoT adoption higher than other sectors, says Inmarsat

Satellite communications company Inmarsat has commissioned research into Internet of Things (IoT) adoption in the maritime sector, among several others. According to its initial...

Rotterdam and IBM plan to create ‘world’s smartest port’ with IoT

The Port of Rotterdam and IBM have today announced a multi-year initiative that will harness IoT technologies to transform the port's operational environment and prepare...

Orange and Cargotec team up on intelligent cargo handling

Orange and Cargotec have teamed up on a three-year, multi-million euro deal to develop a connected cargo offering. French telecoms giant Orange business services and...

Royal Dirkzwager keep eye on seas with satellite comms and big...

Maritime tracking specialist Royal Dirkzwager has used technology from Software AG to help clients keep a closer eye on vessel movements. For Netherlands-based Royal Dirkzwager...

Semtech develops disposable LoRa IoT nano-tag

Semiconductor specialist Semtech extends its product and services reach further into IoT networking technologies with a new disposable LoRa-enabled Nano-tag for IoT. Already known to Internet of...

Rolls-Royce navigates Google deal on machine learning for shipping

Rolls-Royce has signed a deal with internet giant Google in a move intended to help the British engineering company to develop autonomous ships. Under...

Cargotec picks Cloudera to give data-driven services a lift

Cargotec is using big data technology from Cloudera to give its machinery a digital services makeover. Cargotec, a Finnish company that makes cargo-handling machinery for ships,...

Concirrus on a Quest to help marine insurers manage risk

A new, AI-powered analytics platform from Concirrus, called Quest, tracks vessel movements and combines it with insurance details and weather data to help marine...

Intel and Honeywell partner to make logistics smarter

Microprocessor company Intel and industrial automation giant Honeywell have announced that they are forming a partnership in a bid to make the shipping and logistics...

Maritime industry slowly embracing potential of IIoT

The maritime industry is slowly beginning to adopt Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology. According to Ericsson, although ships were responsible for around 80 percent...

Hyundai Heavy Industries to develop IoT applications for ships

Ships are set to get Internet of Things (IoT) sensors to help with health and safety. According to a report from Maritime Executive, Hyundai Heavy...
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