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    July 27, 2017

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    #12

    Top Gear for Easy Sailing

    Sailing Hard

    Ericsson’s Connected Shipping

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    Easy Boating

    For numerous seafarers, “easy boating” sounds almost like a four-letter word, far from the notion of maritime adventure. Yet, innovative electronics and materials have transformed sailing in unprecedented ways. In our 12th issue, you’ll find a selection of top gear worth a close look, while learning how connected shipping is reshaping industry habits. For numerous seafarers, “easy boating” sounds almost like a four-letter word, far from the notion of maritime adventure. Yet, innovative electronics and materials have transformed sailing in unprecedented ways. In our 12th issue, you’ll find a selection of top gear worth a close look, while learning how connected shipping is reshaping industry habits.
    If you’re looking for Adventure with a capital A, the Golden Globe Race 2018 is for you. As a tribute to Robin Knox-Johnston’s non-stop, single-handed circumnavigation in 1968-69, competitors will sail around the globe without any high-tech help.

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    America's Cup - Land Rover Ben Ainslie racing (Courtesy of Land Rover Bar)

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    When complicated stuff happens fast, you need help. New systems put the technology right in front of your eyes. Hefty America’s Cup budgets allow teams to use both virtual and augmented reality.   If you are into investing, you might want to look at virtual and augmented reality. And if you are into sailing, you should...

    Saildrone in San Francisco (Courtesy of Saildrone)

    Rolls-Royce may have captured the headlines with its vision of autonomous vessels, but small autonomous craft known as nautical drones are attracting serious attention—and serious investments.   Unsurprisingly, the military was an early adopter of the drone concept. One example is the Oscar-class stealth drone,...

    Navigate inside your project (Courtesy of TechViz)

    Augmented and virtual reality in industry is predicted to become a US $80 billion market by 2025, according to Goldman Sachs. Its impact on shipbuilding will be no less dramatic.   Goldman Sachs AR & VR Research Business Unit leader Heather Bellini states that AR and VR have the potential to transform the way people...

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