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Book “Remote Pilotage” by Antti Rinkinen


published on 7 January 2022 514 -

Finland's first remote pilotage of a cargo ship will take place at the beginning of 2022. The first remote pilotage permits may be issued in 2025.

This book discusses remote piloting and the development of shipping, and talks about development projects, experiments, and studies. In the book, experts – including pilots – share their views on the digitalisation of shipping.
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