/ Author: Brian Dixon

Startup Profile: Scoutbase

Scoutbase has devised an innovative safety platform that helps to head off human error before it can cause a serious incident at sea. While exact

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Startup Profile: Scanreach

A desire to increase safety has resulted in Norway’s ScanReach bringing onboard wireless connectivity to the global maritime sector. When Bjørnar Svellingen, Christian Angeltveit and

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Startup Profile: Ankaa

Scottish startup Ankaa is using digital technology to take the headache out of the maritime crewing process. The maritime crewing process is far from straightforward.

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Startup Profile: Tidewise

Thanks to its flexibility and vertical integration, Brazil’s TideWise is one startup that looks well poised to benefit from the growing use of unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) around the world. Brian Dixon takes a look, remotely.

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Startup Profile: Loginno

Loginno Logistic Innovation is bucking the trend when it comes to the issue of smart shipping containers. Brian Dixons finds out how The concept of

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Just in time, for just in time

Can the IMO’s recent Just in time Arrival guide and advocacy be a timely push for more digital connectivity and operational efficiency. Brian Dixon went to ask why publish it now?

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Startup Profile: CreWin

Turkey’s creWin is looking to improve productivity within the global maritime sector by matching seafarers with the jobs and employers most suited to their needs

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Startup Profile: Portcast

Based in the maritime hub city of Singapore, Portcast is using machine learning to greatly increase the accuracy of its customers’ cargo demand forecasting.

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Startup Profile: Safecube

France’s Safecube is using IoT technology to help shippers gain greater control of their international supply chains. Despite estimates varying wildly, it seems fair to

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Startup Profile: Dockflow

Dockflow is using Internet of Things (IoT) technology to bring advanced container tracking capabilities to companies lacking the big budgets of the sector’s major players.

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Startup Profile: Ankeri

Ankeri says its cloud-based collaboration platform is bringing ship owners and charterers together to the benefit of both. Brian Dixon takes a look.

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Alpha Ori’s smartship sets sail

Last month DNV GL said it would start using the Smartship data system from Singapore-based start-up Alpha Ori Technologies on its classed vessels. Brian Dixon went to find out what the system is capable of.

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