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 Frank Diegel

About me

Frank Diegel is the CEO and founder of Marine-Pilots.com and the CEO of the IT company TRENZ too.
His companies are located in the two german harbour cities Bremen and Hamburg.

He has studied computer science. For almost 10 years he has been developing hard- and software especially for pilots. The topic of digitalisation in shipping is his great passion.

Why am I here?

My intention with Marine-Pilots.com is: to bring pilots, suppliers and interested parties together, generate a large community and promote the exchange of information among each other.

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Article Simulation by NAUTITEC, Reality by Emden Pilots

by Frank Diegel - published on 5 March 2021

With only 10 days of preparation time, NAUTITEC successfully executed a high-end simulation of the Odyssey`s river-passage on a scientific level and they are glad to have seen simulation become reality once again.

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Article MAERSK takes action against non-compliant trapdoor arrangements

by Frank Diegel - published on 3 March 2021

Good news for pilot safety: As one of the leading shipping companies, MAERSK is now targeting the notorious "trapdoor arrangements". A corresponding notification to all the company's ships concerned was made public in the last few days.

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Opinion A year ago, pilot Capt. Dennis Sherwood died in the line of duty

by Frank Diegel - published on 30 December 2020

It has been exactly one year ago that a pilot from Sandy Hook (New York), Dennis Sherwood, died in the line of duty while attempting to board the container vessel Maersk Kensington.
What has happened since then? Has safety been improved for the pilots?

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Article Marine-Pilots.com celebrates its first anniversary these days!

by Frank Diegel - published on 26 October 2020

International Marine pilot platform for information and knowledge exchange an acute necessity.

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Opinion Fathom Safety: "A Guide to Pilot Ladder Securing"

by Frank Diegel - published on 7 October 2020

Fathom Safety was established as a not for profit organisation dedicated to improving maritime pilot transfer safety. Here is a guide to pilot ladder rigging. We hope you like it!

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My libraries

Library SWATH & SWASH Technology for safer pilot boarding

by Frank Diegel - published on 20 September 2021