01 September 2021
BIMCO's Dr. Bev Mackenzie will be a panellist in a debate cover emerging scientific issues related to the marine environment and shipping and the importance of engaging seafarers and the broader community in ensuring the delivery of both ESG performance but also supporting a better understanding of the ocean.
11 August 2021
BIMCO and CIRM (Comité International Radio-Maritime) have taken the concept of the onboard software log to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to automate and modernise it. As a result, the ISO has published a new standard on a ship software logging system to be used for operational technology onboard ships.
28 July 2021
BIMCO's Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, expert in maritime digitalisation, will be taking part online in the Digital@Sea Asia Pacific conference held in Sejong in the Republic of Korea (South Korea).
17 June 2021
Standardising and harmonising electronic ship to shore communication for reporting purposes was high on the agenda at the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) virtual Facilitation Committee (FAL) meeting held from 1-7 June 2021 (FAL 45).
07 June 2021
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16 April 2021
BIMCO has published a charter party clause promoting the use of the IMO’s data model framework. The publication is an extension of BIMCO’s strategic objective to encourage greater efficiency and harmonisation in the ship-shore interface.
23 March 2021
Millions of dollars are invested into the research and trials of systems needed to expand autonomous shipping. The question is: will it pay off?
05 March 2021
Digitalisation has taken on a new urgency in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular when it comes to digital data exchange in ports, and for facilitating trade and logistics in general. BIMCO and other maritime NGOs are inviting public and private players to help create global digital ISO standards to facilitate the digital exchange of data.
06 November 2020
BIMCO is adapting the currently used SHIPMAN 2009 agreement for use with autonomous ships, but the lack of actual autonomous ships currently in operation will mean ongoing adjustments as the industry forges ahead with its pioneering projects. Publication of the first version is expected in 2021.
25 September 2020
Standardising and harmonising electronic ship/shore communication for reporting purposes is high on the agenda at the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) virtual Facilitation Committee (FAL) meeting next week (FAL 44).