Remote Operations and the advantages for maritime
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.
Here, we explore the advantages of remote technology available today and consider how the next few years might shape up as maritime organisations seek to adopt more digitalisation, comply with regulations, and evolve to a smart, sustainable and more profitable future.
Interview - Marlink’s Tore-Morten Olsen discusses the future of remote technology with Tradewinds’ Aaron Paul Kelley
Mini Guide - 5 Action Points to help maritime companies adopt remote technology
Video - The ROSS project and the possibilities of remote technology in maritime
Podcast - Remote Operations in Shipping, with Lloyd’s List’s Richard Clayton and Marlink’s Tore-Morten Olsen
Case study - Marlink’s smart network technology enables SeaOwl’s remotely operated vessel project
Article - The five Rs: embrace remote technology, depend on people
WATCH OUR WEBINAR
Remote technology in maritime – why wait?
Bureau Veritas, Marlink and a panel of experts assess the benefits and opportunities of remote technology in maritime.
The recorded panel discussion addressed questions like:
- How do owners and suppliers navigate remote technology successfully?
- What are the regulatory and technical challenges to address?
- What are the steps that can be taken today and what are longer term?
- What are the prerequisites and obstacles to address for remote operations?
We’ve been a pioneer in remote technology for decades and we’re passionate about helping maritime companies to work smarter, more profitably and more sustainably.
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