Rolls-Royce reveals more details on SEACOR hybrid vessels; AI: the next step in increasing safety

Rolls-Royce reveals more details on SEACOR hybrid vessels
January 30, 2018 — Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has released more details on an order it received to deliver battery-powered energy systems for six Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs), built by China’s Cosco Guangdong shipyard. Recently SEACOR Marine Holding announced that they have entered a joint venture with China Cosco Shipping Group. The new venture, SEACOSCO, has taken over eight PSVs, which are currently laid up at the shipyard.

AI is the next step in increasing safety in ship operations
The next evolution in ship operations will be the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve maritime safety and reduce human error.
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