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From self driving smart ships to crewing systems in the cloud, the use of marine technology in jobs in the shipping industry is a topic that makes frequent appearances on maritime news websites, in industry...
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The maritime space is now ready for disruption. A hundred years ago, a single ship was manned by 100 crew. Now, that's just down to 15 or 30 at most. The trend continues as technology...
Safety in shipping is a huge business mainly because it has been neglected. It is no better or worse than other industries, that in the process of being digitalized they do not pay...
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Similarly to other industries, the shipping industry is facing a serious skills gap and therefore a challenge in filling jobs at sea. The maritime technology sector is undergoing a demand for top talent in coding,...
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The benefits of implementing a maritime recruitment and crewing software solution in a small to medium-sized shipping company can’t be denied. From an integrated Applicant Tracking System to eye-catching job adverts to ways to upload and sign contracts with seafarers, having one centralized system that takes care of everything can make life so much easier.
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The current pandemic is no fun for anyone, to put it mildly. Many of us are adjusting to working from home whilst dealing with childcare and other issues. Numerous people have been furloughed...
Isn't it great when global institutions take seriously the effort of startups, entrepreneurs, researchers to improve the world? It's even better when the focus is on the Ocean Economy. This is exactly the...
A message by Marc Andreessen should not go unnoticed. Despite the political bias the message is simple and universal: it's time to build. We are dragging our feet with incremental "refinement in domestic...
We've seen China building hospitals in a few days to provide immediate care to its people. Meanwhile Bernard-Henri Lévy is pointing out that "We've made progress in civilisation. We're in a world today...