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Top five pitfalls during a fleet management system implementation

These top five common mistakes during a fleet management system implementation could result in costly delays - or even cause the project to fail.

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

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

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Saving lives in unpredictable times

Data-led solutions for managing risk before, during and after an emergency

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ERS: Managing emergencies, preventing disasters

Emergency response services, or ERS, are on hand to help owners minimize risk in the first, critical hours after an incident

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Does Occupational Health & Safety matter?

Companies are facing increased pressure from stakeholders to ensure occupational health and safety issues along their supply chains

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Rethinking rogue waves

Towards better modelling, insight and action

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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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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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  • 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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Digital defence

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