Environmental regulations are constantly changing and evolving. For example, with new regulations in the maritime industry coming into effect in 2023, it is more essential than ever before for shipping companies to reevaluate and examine their environmental impact and make the needed changes to be as green as possible.
Aviation and shipping companies are turning to real-time weather insights to reduce emissions. Renny Vandewege explains the benefits to the company and the environment.
Find out what is driving the digital journey in the shipping sector and what are the barriers in our new industry research report.
Normal weather routing would typically involve deciding on the shortest possible distance between the point of departure and the destination. For that route to be the optimum or most efficient route, however, you also need to consider many data points, including environmental factors such as wind speed, currents, and wave height.
As the shipping industry navigates its digitalization journey, key drivers and challenges have emerged. From climate to decarbonization, explore the details uncovered in our informative new industry report.
Tornadoes, derechos, and wildfires – This winter is forcing us to rethink the definition of winter weather and the related public safety and economic impacts.
The international shipping industry has turned its focus to reducing the carbon emissions of cargo ships. In fact, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has plans to reduce them by as much as 70% by the year 2050 (with the 2008 levels as a baseline).
As climate change challenges the shipping industry, weather data plays a critical role in everything from safety to fuel cost control. However, not everyone is advancing their digitization journey at the same speed.
When that dreaded ice begins to form on your airplane’s wings or rotor blades, gets ingested into engine inlets, or starts to affect measuring instruments such as your pitot tube, this spells danger for a pilot. For this reason, understanding how the various types of anti-icing systems in aircraft function is very important.
Knowing how to plan and execute your offshore operations means having accurate and reliable weather intelligence. First, this article will discuss the types of severe weather that face offshore assets. Then, we will analyze how they affect your operations, and how you can mitigate your risk using weather intelligence and DTN’s Metocean Services.