With big data, shipping companies can access and analyze vast amounts of data in real-time, enabling better and more informed decisions.
Everyone wants a piece of the DT pie and the benefits the transformation promises. That said, it is one thing to want, but to actually succeed in doing so is another thing entirely. There is no doubt that successful DT will bring the maritime sector to a new height, but the journey to get there is full of obstacles. With so much uncertainty and resistance to change in the industry, is DT truly an enabler for a better future? Or is it a disruptive change?
With port call optimization in mind, improving data exchange needs to become an important goal for port actors.
Understanding the port call process is an important first step toward optimization. It is also important that the data obtained from each port call is recorded and utilized effectively.
In the past decade, digital twin solutions have picked up traction in the maritime industry and quickly become an important talking point for maritime innovators. This article explains the important building blocks of a successful digital twin for maritime businesses.
Just In Time (JIT) is a concept that has become the cornerstone of supply chain management. As demand goes up, cost soars, and climate change concerns increase, businesses need an optimal strategy to orchestrate their operations. In order to reduce the inefficiencies plaguing the port call process, it is a necessity to achieve JIT Arrival in shipping.
Ports are a key part of the global supply chain. In turn, what goes on in the world heavily affects port activities and shipping operations. This article analyzes the current and future state of the shipping industry.
In the maritime industry, the port represents processes that are integral to the supply chain. As maritime operations have become more complex, so too has the role of the port evolved, leading to the development of smart ports.
A reliable port always looks for the most optimal solutions for their port calls. As the global supply chain develops and changes, seaports need to ensure that supply and demand are met. Port call optimization is the first step toward a future of resilience and sustainability for the maritime industry.
The World Maritime Forum has been a great experience for Teqplay to come face to face with leaders and experts in the maritime industry. We took the opportunity to conduct a survey to gauge the level of interest in maritime innovation, collaboration, and port call optimization.
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