These brave man now to bring the ships safe in Port of Rotterdam.
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Autonomous ships news are often mislead and misinformed, causing worries within the seafaring community while corporations continue to get what they want - publicity, headlines and $$ investments . Life at sea is already hard enough, don't let their exaggeration affect you! WIth a bit of research, all source point to the same conclusion. As Maersk Line's CEO points out - Unmanned Containerships? Not in My Lifetime. In this video I will break them down for you. Here is 10 reasons why...
SOMERSET, Mass, − December 18, 2019 – The Association of Maryland Pilots has ordered a new class of pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation. Called the “Baltimore Class” after the pilots’ base of operations at the Port of Baltimore, the vessel’s delivery is scheduled for April 2021.
The Association of Maryland Pilots took delivery of its fourth Chesapeake class launch from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation.
Since the Chesapeake class pilot boat was introduced by the Somerset, Mass., shipyard in 2003, 22 have been delivered to 12 pilot associations throughout the United States.
ABB, together with Singaporean shipyard Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M), has successfully carried out South Asia’s first remote joystick control of a tugboat in the busy Port of Singapore.
The Port of Singapore, with more than 130,000 vessels calling annually, presents one of the most complex settings for autonomous harbor operations in the world. The trial marks a major milestone in validating the increased safety and efficiency of tug operations utilizing digital solutions already...