Just in time for Nor-Shipping, DNV GL has published this year’s second issue of the classification society’s customer and stakeholder magazine Maritime Impact. It covers innovation and technology trends in the shipping industry.
The theme of the issue is: ‘Uncovering the Potential’. “Nor-Shipping is a perfect platform for sharing innovative shipping concepts. This issue covers a range of impressive new projects and initiatives that aim to address issues such as LNG bunkering, energy and performance management and cybersecurity in the maritime sector,” says Tor E. Svensen, CEO DNV GL – Maritime. Picking up on current industry challenges and emerging technology trends, this issue of Maritime Impact includes the following topics:
- Reducing ship emissions – taking a look at the Green Coastal Shipping programme in Norway
- Untapped resources – the new DNV GL energy management study shows that though saving energy is a target, many shipping companies may not be aiming high enough
- LNG bunkering – a RoRo vessel that solely runs on liquefied natural gas can get fuel anywhere in the world
- The Polar Code – paving the way for safer shipping in the Arctic
- Facing invisible threats – strategies for increasing cybersecurity in shipping
- Every second counts – a growing number of owners turn to the DNV GL Emergency Response Service (ERS) to obtain immediate support during the first critical hours of an accident
- COMPIT Conference 2015 – software innovations that shape the future of shipping
- Star Clipper – revealing the plans for the world’s largest square-rigger cruise ship
Maritime Impact magazine is now available for download.