Beyond the pandemic … Shipping’s remote future

Tuesday 8, June 2021

While Covid-19 has brought remote operations into the spotlight, there’s no doubt that digitalisation has played a crucial role in the evolution of shipping for some time. As we look to the future and the many challenges ahead, from tackling sustainability and reduced emissions to the ever-evolving cyber threats, how should a ship owner move forward?

In this interview, Marlink’s Tore-Morten Olsen discusses these issues and more with Tradewinds’ Aaron Paul Kelley. From improving safety to being future-ready for emerging high speed, low latency satellite systems, the considerations for maritime companies are many, but choosing the right technology partner is key.

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Remote Operations

Smart, connected, remote technologies are taking maritime to a new frontier of safe, reliable and sustainable operations.

While the path to autonomous vessels is a long journey for many maritime organisations, the technology enabling remote operations, such as monitoring, support, training and medical assistance, is here now and helping many shipping companies to standardise their systems, improve efficiency and reduce costs.

Click here to explore the advantages of remote technology available today.

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