AIS data alone is not enough when trying to determine the status of a vessel’s voyage. Add in supply chain uncertainties, bottlenecks and port congestion to the mix, it soon becomes painstaking to gather when a vessel will arrive, berth and depart.
Data gaps represent one of the maritime supply chain’s most severe business challenges. Often, businesses are forced to make business-critical supply chain decisions based on data that is either speculative or incomplete, resulting in penalties, damaged customer relationship and missed opportunities.
Predictive Fleet Analytics enables you to see vessel arrivals, port congestion and delays with a market-first platform and API end point. Save time understanding route and port traffic levels and vessel predicted arrival times using more accurate and detailed data than ever before.
This Lloyd’s List webinar will offer the latest view of the evolving sanctions risks for shipping and offer a series of leading expert views on how best to navigate the regulatory recommendations and expectations.
This Lloyd’s List webinar explores the world of Digitalisation as a Service (DaaS), its strengths and weaknesses, and its potential as a game-changer for decarbonisation and improved operational efficiency.
The annual Lloyd’s List Shipping Outlook Forum is established as the agenda-setting event of the maritime calendar, bringing together the expertise of Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s List Intelligence with the industry’s key decision makers on a single panel.
Together, they will directly answer the most critical questions shaping maritime markets in 2023 and beyond.
The digital revolution is creating a tiered market of haves and have nots; decarbonisation is demanding immediate innovation; global venture capital funding is finding a maritime data goldrush; and bigger funds featuring dedicated teams with industry experience have created a more mature environment for smart ideas to meet smart money.
The shift from fossil fuels to zero-carbon alternatives will be hugely costly – but first movers face great potential rewards too.
The transition will drive a rethinking of the way shipping is run, its role in the broader supply chain, the skills needed to make the transition successful, and the financing of a technological revolution.
Which fuels and technologies will drive shipping’s race to zero? It’s the question of the age – or at least of the next decade. The simple fact is there’s no silver bullet, no immediate and all-embracing answer to a complex and evolving challenge. The solution lies in a range of fuels and technologies working together.
Companies were already struggling to navigate a quagmire of sanctions compliance before Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Now the restrictions can change daily and reach across the corporate spectrum like never before.
In this webinar, a panel of industry experts looks at the true scale of the cyber threat to shipping, challenges facing businesses as they embrace more digitalisation and how insurers and brokers are evolving to help protect against the peril
Shipping has entered a decade of transformation. Looking back from 2030, the industry will see real progress towards decarbonisation and significant advances in technology.