Loading in 2 Seconds...
Loading in 2 Seconds...
Digitisation is slowly taking over the maritime industry. Head over to the blog to know more about it.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Digitisation is no longer limited to the sharing and implementation of data and are
increasingly expanding its scope to embrace other industries into its periphery. The concept
that in many ways led to globalisation is looking to have an integrated future that is now
aiming to incorporate and spread out to effectively create a greater ecosystem. From newly
formed partnerships, the sharing of knowledge and practices that will be led by artificial
intelligence, the new era will be privy to a lot more.
The tremors of digitalisation are also felt in the maritime industry. With path breaking
projects that are constantly transforming the face of the shipping industry and the
opportunities that are constantly arising, the benefits that investors who are accepting the
digital world can avail are already sky high.
“Digitization and cloud computing are enablers for an industry that needs to remain relevant,
cost-effective and drive value to all of its customers. We are an industry in change. But one
thing is clear, digitalization is no longer the future, it is the present," said Marco Ryan,
Wärtsilä’s Chief Digital Officer and Executive Vice President.
The various organisations that are a part of the maritime industry, are now looking forward to
include bigger data and cloud computing methods. With a complete understanding that are
developed, organisations are now actively seeking ways to include ways to make their
presence felt in the inevitable future.
Passenger ferries for sale that are listed in the Norwegian circuit have also incorporated
digitisation in their folds and are matching strides with the rest of the world to compete in this
era of data and artificial intelligence. “Part of our Smart Marine strategy is to encourage that
dialogue, open up to new partnerships and make sure that the hygiene factors around data
interchange, cyber security, and infrastructure are available to support the business needs and
the business values they create. This isn't about being seduced by technology, it's about
focusing on the economic value that will help the industry transform,” says Ryan.
With the introduction of digitisation, newer opportunities have arisen leading to newer
innovations. From the introduction of start-ups that can create pathways into an industry that
proved difficult in the past to huge amounts of investments in assets like ships, the shipping
industry has indeed come a long way.
“The value propositions will change in the future because of smart technology, and a good
example will be manufacturing and 3D printing. As the cost comes down in metal printing,
you could conceive of having 3D printers on board vessels. If a vessel can print its own parts
as it travels around the world the implication on local manufacturing, supply chain and
logistics in the industry is enormous,” adds Ryan.
Enlist the services of the Norwegian Ship Sales AS to better your knowledge on ships that are
up for sale in Norway and invest with care. Providing an access to a completely updated
inventory regarding the vessels and ships, the organisation indeed is the one to rely on.
Read the Blog
Norwegian Ship Sale As
Raadmann Halmrasts VEI 18
1337 Sandvika, Akershus, Norway
+47 6754 1925