Digital tech is changing the face of the shipyard. Loading, tracking, and unloading, as well as logistics are evolving into a tech infused seamless system.
“Along with consolidation and pressures on profits, long-standing players must adapt and work with partners within and outside the industry, from startups to technology leaders in connectivity, AI, and more, including the competition, to align on much-needed standardization,” says Susan Beardslee, principal analyst at ABI Research. Recent examples include Wärtsilä’ s acquisition of Transas to support an intelligent maritime ecosystem and Artificial Intelligence (AI), as well as Orange Business Service’s deal with Cargotec for smart cargo handling.
Global maritime freight transportation revenue is expected to grow from $166 billion last year to over $205 billion in 2023.
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