Competition Toolkit

In this section you will find a number of resources and links to articles and journals to help develop your thinking and help you to hone your safety innovation ideas.

 

Articles & Reports

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty:
This review focuses on key developments in maritime safety and analyzes shipping losses (of over 100 gross tons) during the 12 months prior to December 31, 2016. It also identifies some of the key risk management challenges the industry faces moving forward. Download 2017 here.  Download 2018 version here.

https://safety4sea.com/cm-technologies-that-will-have-big-impact-on-the-future-of-shipping/

https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/imo-ponders-green-tech-digital-future-for-shipping-industry/

https://webfoundation.org/research/white-paper-series-opportunities-and-risks-in-emerging-technologies/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrYjs47i63AIVFeaaCh1ZWQJtEAAYAyAAEgLfbfD_BwE

www.marinemec.com/news/view,ten-technologies-to-shake-up-maritime-in-2018_50317.htm

https://blog.kencogroup.com/7-green-logistics-trends

http://www.futurenautics.com/ - Futurenautics exists to identify and contextualise how the technology-enabled future will impact the lives and expectations of human beings whilst equipping them with the information, insight and appetite to fully participate in its creation
http://www.futurenautics.com/2018/01/batten-down-for-hatches/  - example of interesting paper from Wartsila

 https://to2025.dnvgl.com/ -

Sample Entry

The attached pdf is an example of what an entry might look like for the competition. The brief for the competition is extremely broad and we would like to see all sorts of entries for the competition. Any idea that might improve safety at sea is welcome. This might be a physical safety feature, a new training initiative, it could be ship design, pollution clean up, or a mental health initiative for crew. Whatever your idea we want to hear it.

Example entry

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