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Digital transformation is paving the way to transform business processes with new technologies to meet customer requirements with a touch of innovation.
The maritime sector is moving more quickly toward digitalisation and automation. To boost operational efficiency and competitiveness, digital technologies and solutions are being deployed. They are also being used to push the sector toward decarbonisation so that by the middle of the century, there will be no emissions from international shipping.
It is possible to improve monitoring, control, quality assurance, and verification by using data streams from sensors and other sources of information. The marine industry’s stakeholders must reconsider their current strategies to ensure efficient, sustainable operations and increase short- and long-term competitiveness. The factors that must be considered during the strategy phase are listed below.
Digital tools have previously been successful for shipbuilders. Digital enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, 3D product models, and digitised output are all widespread. These fragments alone do not, however, make up a digital architecture or a digital-first organisation.
In actuality, a sizable portion of data is excluded from that digital world, and the information collected cannot always be trusted by all departments. Shipyards will be more confident and successful as they make the switch to a digital-first information strategy if they have a comprehensive grasp of the methodology needed within the shipbuilding sector.
In contrast to other industries, the shipbuilding sector requires a different strategy to achieve meaningful digital transformation. For shipbuilders to see success, they need to overcome the pitfalls of traditional technology implementations.
Executives in the shipbuilding industry must clearly define their objectives, divide projects into manageable components, and take ownership of their information. Fundamentally, that means making sure that the shipyard’s tools and procedures can integrate and provide your teams with a reliable supply of information throughout the duration of a vessel’s life.
The maritime transport industry is already transitioning into a new operations paradigm, often termed as “shipping in the era of digitalization”. Shipping companies promote digitalization as the future of the maritime industry and their efforts to set up strategies are already in progress.
Examining those visions and strategies in relation to digitalization would be beneficial to better understand the way in which the maritime industry is heading.
AI can be used to understand a ship’s environment and assist with a variety of navigation-related activities, including steering and collision avoidance as well as the recognition of nearby obstructions or other vessels.
IoT enables condition monitoring and remote monitoring of critical equipment onboard, which improves system reliability and safety. Aside from ship monitoring, it also allows for cargo tracking and monitoring.
Big Data Analytics can evaluate weather and sea condition data, ship location, speed, and electronic sea charts, which will improve safe navigation. BDA also helps with better fleet planning, fleet allocation, and chartering, as well as ship operation optimization.
Before performing physical changeover, operators, engineers, and managers can accurately test on the virtual environment using Advanced Simulation, which can increase quality and reduce machine downtime and setup time.
All these innovations are revolutionary, and it is exhilarating to witness one of the world’s oldest industries go through a sea of change right before our eyes.