Our selection of the most interesting reports in the industry on fishing, shipping, safety on board, digitization, sustainability, technology, superyachts, etc.
FishingSustainabilityThe state of the world’s fisheries and aquaculture
he State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture is the flagship publication of the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department. This premier advocacy document is published every two years to provide policy-makers, civil society and those whose livelihoods depend on the sector a comprehensive, objective and global view of capture fisheries and aquaculture.
ShippingSafety and Shipping Review 2022
South China, Indochina, Indonesia and the Philippines remains the main loss hotspot, accounting for one-in-five losses. Incidents reported increased in last 10 years. Larger vessels bring new situations that affects cargo and crew. Cargo fires are becoming a cause of accident as well as non declared cargo in large container ships. Lithium batteries are also detected as a source of potential trouble.
Author: Allianz Global Corporate & Speicalty’s ( AGCS)
DigitalizationThe European Maritime Transport Environmental Report (EMTER)
This is the first European Maritime Transport Environmental Report (EMTER), which is the product of fruitful cooperation between the European Maritime Safety Agency and the European Environment Agency.
Satellite CommunicationSuperyachtsA superyacht connectivity report
The report focuses on the future requirements of superyacht professionals and the growing demand on advanced satellite technology to enable new ambitions of yatching freedom and adventure.
FishingSustainabilityThe state of world’s fisheries and aquaculture 2020
Interesting report on the current state of the fishing and aquaculture industries and their sustainability. The World Fisheries and Aquaculture Report continues to demonstrate the significant and growing role that fisheries and aquaculture play in providing food, nutrition and employment.
Artificial IntelligenceDigitalizationArtificial intelligence, blockchain and the future of Europe
Artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain are two of the most transformative and disruptive technologies of our times. The ongoing transition towards a digital economy
has undeniably been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. These technologies will play a central role on the path towards a sustainable and resilient recovery, and towards Europe’s technological sovereignty. This report presents a compelling case for allocating more resources to increase Europe’s innovation capacity, to look beyond
immediate needs and to think long-term.
Author: COMISIÓN EUROPEA
Electronic monitoringElectronic MonitoringCatalyzing the Growth of Electronic Monitoring in Fisheries
More than 30 EM experts representing nonprofits, foundations, regulators, seafood companies, and EM service providers were interviewed as a part of this project, and
their perspectives have been invaluable in synthesizing the current state of EM and collating an updated set of recommendations for improving the systems and therefore, the fishing management and control.
Author: THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
DigitalizationGlobal Marine Technology trends 2030
The speed of innovation is rapid and the introduction of new technologies is swift, which means that predicting which technologies will transform commercial shipping,
ocean space exploitation and naval operations is always a challenge. A team from Lloyd’s Register, QinetiQ and the University of Southampton, using publicly available
information, proprietary data and horizon scanning methodology, has produced Global Marine Technology Trends 2030. This represents a look towards the future of
technology and provides a glimpse of the future these evolving technologies may provide by 2030.
Author: Lloyd’s register, qinetiq and the university of southampton
DigitalizationShippingMarina Mercante y transporte marítimo
In this report, published by the Association of Spanish Shipowners, collects official data of great interest for the industry, such as the world market situation, the state of the world shipping fleet and shipbuilding, the situation of Spanish maritime trade and data on industry policies.