’Mixed Reality i den maritime sektor’ er et nyt projekt, der skal rykke ved sikkerhedsadfærden ombord på skibe, og har netop haft sit kick-off møde.
The goal was set for a cleaner future when we had the pleasure of hosting ‘The Baltic Sustainable Cruise Conference 2019’ earlier this week. The conference was opened by the Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen, who stressed the importance of maintaining the balance between the increasing cruise tourism in the Baltic Sea Region and the impact on…
The overall aim of the Go LNG project was to support and strengthen the LNG value chain in the Baltic Sea Region and with an anchor in Denmark, we have supported connection and promotion of sustainable growth in Danish companies which are offering and using LNG services, knowledge and technologies. 4 years have passed since the Go LNG application was approved, 8 years have passed since the team behind the Go LNG project started their LNG journey.
Yet another fantastic Winter Business Networking took place yesterday. This time the event was hosted by Skuld and we where given some useful tools on how to increase the quality of content on LinkedIn and strengthen the networking mentality.
On the 8th of February 2019, the Maritime Connectivity Platform Consortium (MCC) was established with a signature ceremony during the conference ‘e-navigation underway international 2019’. The Maritime Connectivity Platform (MCP) is an open source technology a digital maritime domain. It brings common internet standards to maritime navigation and transportation systems.
At our More Women at Sea Kick-Off Workshop we got a whole lot closer to an answer! Through facilitated workshops, more than 70 people examined, discussed and hopefully got closer to an answer on which concrete actions the maritime industry can do to attract more women.