Georgios Hatzimanolis

Total 29 Posts

Our five I’s for the six million U

Innovation The new MarineTraffic data exploration tool was introduced this year and has enabled users to extract actionable intelligence for their specific needs. “The data exploration tool is a great basis for our users to access data and build their own reports”, said Dimitris Lekkas, Founder, MarineTraffic. The new tool[…]

MIT, AMS collaborate to improve Amsterdam’s canals

Project incorporates data from MarineTraffic   The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS) have joined forces on a unique project that aims to improve mobility on the canals of the Dutch capital. As self-driving cars hit the road, autonomous boats are entering[…]

Biggest Posidonia yet for MarineTraffic

Greek shipping showed that it was on the crest of a wave at the 2018 edition of Posidonia in Athens last week. 2,011 exhibiting companies and some 22,000 visitors from 92 countries took part in the bi-annual international shipping exhibition, long established as one of the major calendar events of[…]

Connecting shipping with technology

The ShipTech Connect event in Athens aims to bring together startups with the shipping industry. With great opportunities to improve and disrupt the current business models with digital technologies, the maritime industry has been dubbed by some as a hidden trillion dollar sector. However, while early stage startups are creating[…]

Info exchange can help shipping reach emissions target

The global shipping industry needs to work more quickly towards global digital standardisation if it is to reduce its CO2 emissions. Speaking at the Singapore Maritime Technology Conference today (25 April 2018), Argyris Stasinakis, a partner with MarineTraffic, told the audience that more information exchange between shipowners, shippers, ports, equipment[…]

Plotting a path for alternative fuels for shipping

Last week the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) reached a landmark decision. The shipping industry is going to have to reduce its CO2 emissions by at least 50 per cent by 2050. MarineTraffic is proud to have played its own small part in the process, by providing AIS data to the[…]