Israeli and Iranian Attacks on Shipping May Hinder Nuclear Talks

[By Rodger Shanahan] Just as the negotiations between Tehran and Washington appear to be making some, albeit slow, progres...

Inmarsat and OneOcean Deliver Remote, Secure Software Updates

By Inmarsat 04-14-2021 02:21:00

Posted in: Shipping

Leading maritime technology innovators have joined forces to open a new chapter in industry-wide digitalization for navigation and...

Remote Maritime Training on a ‘Virtual’ Bridge is Here

By Kilo 04-13-2021 02:10:16

Posted in: Training

Kilo Solutions Limited have developed a Virtual Reality Navigational Bridge to help train and develop mariners in Bridge Resource...

Can Modeling and Simulation Unlock More Efficiency for Shipping?

By Patrick Ryan 04-13-2021 11:56:00

Posted in: Shipping

For more than a century and a half, class societies have relied on paper documentation to accomplish their mission. Paper has its...

The A, B, Seas of Corrosion Management

Maintenance due to maritime corrosion comes with a staggering price tag, almost $2.5 trillion per year globally. Proper maritime c...

How China is Expanding its Reach in the Indian Ocean

The highly publicized blockage of the Suez Canal has brought the importance of maritime trade to the public consciousness. As the...

U.S. Navy Challenges India's EEZ Navigation Rules

By Ankur Kundu 04-12-2021 12:56:00

Posted in: Government

In a rare move, the U.S. Navy conducted a freedom of navigation patrol in the Indian Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) without India&r...

Study: Protecting Populous Coastal Areas Helps Fight Climate Change

[By Lou Del Bello] An ocean protection strategy that targets densely populated coastal areas, rather than ringfencing the most...

A Few Degrees of Warming Could Melt Antarctica's Ice Shelves

By Ella Gilbert 04-11-2021 01:47:58

Posted in: Environment

Images of colossal chunks of ice plunging into the sea accompany almost every news story about climate change. It can often make t...