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    The Age of Autonomous Vessels

    Rewind the clock a decade and the idea of self-controlled vessels seemed like something out of a science fiction movie. Yet today, crewless ships are becoming a reality. As an example, the Mayflower Autonomous Research Ship project is working on the first full-sized craft programmed to cross the Atlantic in 2020 without a single person aboard. In addition, Rolls-Royce...

    Remote controlled autonomous ship concept (Courtesy of Rolls-Royce)

    In collaboration with Finnish universities and global maritime companies, Rolls-Royce Marine has completed phase I of its Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative to make autonomous shipping a reality. We talked to Rolls-Royce vice president of innovation–marine, Oskar Levander.   NauticExpo e-mag: Does...

    The Mayflower Autonomous Research Ship (Courtesy of Shuttleworth Design)

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    The Mayflower Autonomous Research Ship takes high-tech to the high seas. In 2020, it will be the first full-sized craft to cross the Atlantic without a single person aboard.   It was in late 1620 that the converted Dutch cargo ship Mayflower made its famous ocean crossing, carrying 102 pilgrims and a crew of about 30...

    Crewless ships might be the target of cyberattacks (Courtesy of Rolls-Royce)

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    With a growing number of key shipboard systems now becoming digitized and interconnected, cybersecurity is an increasingly important part of maritime risk management.   To date, the number of recorded maritime cyberattacks has been minimal. But as the commercial shipping industry moves into the autonomous era, the risk...

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