Category: Technology

Second Maritime Informatics book published by Springer

By Mikael Lind / May 3, 2021 / 0 Comments

This latest book provides new and additional perspectives that cover topics not covered in detail in our first book on maritime informatics. It does also put a lot of references to the content of the first book. A total of 43 highly-regarded contributors (32 practitioners, and 11 researchers) from 14 countries cover 6 sections, providing […]

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The Suez Canal puzzle – pulling the pieces together

By Mikael Lind / April 6, 2021 / 0 Comments

On 23 March 2021, the container ship Ever Given went off course and blocked the Suez Canal for six days. Various estimates of losses ranging into the dozens of billions of dollars have been floated into the market. Those numbers are likely inflated compared to the real damage. What is objective fact is that more […]

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Maritime Informatics as a new discipline for safe and sustainable shipping

By Mikael Lind / November 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

A new book on the emerging field of Maritime Informatics, examining the role of digital technology in the ongoing evolution of the shipping and supply chain ecosystem, has been published by Springer, including contributions from industry professionals in 20 countries. The new book has been edited by Mikael Lind of the Research Institutes of Sweden […]

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