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    ZF Marine Transmissions and Thrusters Deliver Greater Operational Confidence Offshore

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    Training Tips for Ships: Tip #52. Data-Driven Maritime Training: Assessments = Data

    By Murray Goldberg, CEO, Marine Learning Systems

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    Lies, Damn Lies, and Inextinguishable Lore – EV Fires

    By Rik van Hemmen, CEO, Martin & Ottaway

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    Floating Offshore Wind Comes of Age

    The commercial deployment of floating wind turbines is one of the most exciting developments in the offshore space and is seen by many as the key to meeting future net-zero commitments.

    By Adam Reed, Global Leader – Offshore Renewables and Upstream Energy at Allianz Commercial

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    Floating Wind Set to Soar Despite Recent Setbacks

    Despite the buzz around floating offshore wind, it has to be recognized that offshore wind is going through a period of challenges which is undoubtedly impacting industry sentiment, as well as project sanctioning and execution.

    By Philip Lewis, Director of Research, Intelatus Global Partners

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    The Power of Offshore Molecule Production

    Energy ecosystems are evolving as the value of offshore power-to-X production is being realized.

    By Wendy Laursen

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    Finding a Future in the Cloud

    Orca AI, headquartered in Israel and founded in 2018, has a simple yet complex premise: develop and deliver an intelligent safety platform for the maritime industry to prevent collisions. To date it has attracted attention and business globally, working with SeaSpan, NYK, MSC, Shell Shipping and Marubeni amongst others. Maritime Reporter TV recently caught up Orca AI CEO and co-founder Yarden Gross for insights on the reality today, and the promising potential for AI in the maritime sector.

    By Greg Trauthwein

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    ASGARD: Developing an Anti-Spoofing Weapon

    Saab and GMV are collaborating in ASGARD, an EU-funded project that aims to improve maritime security when using GNSS and OSNMA. The project addresses the growing threat of GNSS spoofing and other cyberattacks on navigation systems used in the maritime industry.

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    Tech Files: New Products and Systems

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