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IoT - A new name for an ambition the industry has held for decades

The success of IoT comprises two major elements: the standardization of communication protocols and the quality of data.

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  • Oil and gas

How DNV GL’s acquisition of a small Norwegian company is changing the risk and consequence software market

In October 2017, DNV GL acquired the small Norwegian company ComputIT and with it the well-established computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code, KFX Exsim. The KFX CFD tool strengthened our market position within the risk and consequence segment. DNV GL now offers a full range of tools for risk assessment and consequence analysis of accidental releases of hydrocarbon or toxic materials, as well as fires. Our risk and reliability and quantitative risk analysis (QRA) software portfolio now ranges from Phast and Safeti, efficient and well-established integral model tools, to the 3D KFX simulator for gas dispersion, fires and explosions.

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From cave paintings to analytics - how data is shaping our future

We take a look at the parallels between the history of exploration and production of oil, and of data.

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Do you trust your data? The role of assurance in algorithm and model data

In an increasingly automated world where decisions are based on results from models and algorithms, focus on the data fed into these is of paramount importance.

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Data science and machine learning in an industrial context

Entire new economies in consumer markets have been built around data-driven modelling, so we expect that these techniques will have a growing impact on industries in the years ahead.

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When hackers hack, fight back - with these six steps

Let's face the facts, sooner or later the hackers WILL come for you. Don't let yourself think that you don't have anything that they want. Trust me, you do.

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  • Power and renewables

Can we secure the cyber-physical domain?

These include information technology, telecommunication, transport and healthcare – all fuelled by electricity.

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  • Power and renewables

Clean energy vs cyber-crime: Why a holistic approach is essential

While many countries are already taking decisive steps to try and reduce their carbon footprint, the global cost of inaction on climate change is estimated to reach US $23 trillion a year by 2020. But what more can the energy industry be doing to help bring about change?

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The three-pillar approach to cyber security starts with people

You may find inspiration in a three-pillared strategic approach to cyber security.

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Global Hackathon 2019: Speeding up the cloud transformation

Every company with a network connection has a strategy around leveraging digital technology. The goals are many: to evolve and remain relevant in a changing business environment, to create better customer offerings and experiences, and to forge ahead into emerging markets, to name just a few.

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Hackers are exploiting Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

Remote Desktop Protocol are increasing every year. Hackers use developed methods of indentifying and exploiting vulnerable RDP sessions to launch ransomeware attacks.

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Sharing economy in the maritime industry

Open Simulation Platform is an ecosystem for collaborative digital twin simulations that will enable virtual exploration of solutions for designing, commissioning, operating and assuring complex, integrated systems.

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  • Oil and gas

Remote technology points to cost efficiency and quality gains

Companies across the oil and gas value chain are seeking quicker, more cost-effective, accessible ways to ensure technical safety and performance of projects and operations

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  • Maritime

The path to digital classification

After a fast start, DNV GL continues to pick up the pace in the digital transformation of its classification services

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Data science and machine learning in an industrial context

Why many projects still fall short of expectations and how to overcome the barriers for harnessing the value of data

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  • Maritime

Digital twins and sensor monitoring

DNV GL has developed a methodology for hull condition monitoring that incorporates the use of the ship’s digital twin, a virtual model prepared during the design stage

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  • Oil and gas

Countering the hacker threat

A systematic approach to cyber security can help to avoid costly attacks on critical oil and gas installations

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Digitalization in the maritime industry

In shipping, digitalization and the use of data has had a huge impact. Ships have become sophisticated sensor hubs and data generators, producing and transmitting information from anywhere, often in real time

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  • Healthcare

The data scientists trying to unlock our medical future

Precision medicine hackathon: using AI to spot what doctors may miss

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  • Power and renewables

Digitalization and the future of energy

An industry study that goes beyond the hype: find out how to create value by combining digital technology, people and business strategy

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  • Maritime

Digital defence

Owners act to fortify their ships and shore-side operations against cyber risk in the face of evolving threats and imminent regulation

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  • Maritime

Blockchains in the shipping world

The ability to reduce trade documentation, processing costs, delays, data manipulation, fraud and human error through uncompromisable “smart contracts” makes blockchain technology attractive to the shipping world.

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Ethical hacking

The 'white hat hackers' in DNV GL's cyber security services

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The drone squad for ship surveys

DNV GL has adapted its survey technology to various ship structures and started performing offshore drone surveys

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Data quality

Treating data as assets: A prerequisite for success in a data-driven future

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  • Maritime

Autonomous and remotely-operated ships

Enabled by recent developments in sensor technology, connectivity at sea, and analysis and decision support software and algorithms, the first commercial projects are ready for launch in the near future

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The shift of trust from brands to products

M&A and Digital Transformation Director Renato Grottola on how to communicate the honest and true story directly with consumers through a product.

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  • Food and beverage

Food safety: What’s next to assure its future?

Only 1 in 10 companies are currently using new technology to ensure food safety.