Following autonomous collision avoidance trials conducted at Raffles Reserved Anchorage, off Singapore Island, in March 2022, the harbour tug Maju 510 has become the first vessel in the world to receive Autonomous and Remote-Control Navigation Notation from...
When in doubt and always when a very small CPA is detected, establish early communications with the other vessel and ensure everyone knows what actions are to be taken. The Nautical Institute gives this advice in its latest Mars Report in which it describes how a...
The Maritime Research Institute of the Netherlands (MARIN) has tested three innovative barriers to prevent collisions between ships and wind turbines. The immediate cause for this research was the incident with the Julietta D on 31 January 2022. This drifting ship...
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has concluded a trial of unmanned ship operation from port to port with a coastal container ship. The Mikage sailed from Tsuruga Port to Sakai Port in Japan. A berthing/unberthing support sensor was used for autonomous mooring and a drone...
Sea Machines has completed nearly 400 nautical miles of The Machine Odyssey, an autonomous voyage of the tug Nellie Bly. Upon arrival in Copenhagen, Sea Machines’ SM300 autonomous system had executed 22 collision avoidance manoeuvres, as well as provided thousands of...
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