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Self-driving electric container ship sets sail in Norway


published on 16 August 2022 108 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "BBC News". Originally published on 2022-08-15.
What’s expected to be the first autonomous container ship is at the beginning of a two-year pilot.

Norwegian fertiliser giant Yara is behind the vessel, which will gradually transition to fully autonomous navigation.

The global maritime industry is a major emitter of greenhouse gases, and it is thought this could be one step towards a green shipping revolution.

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