Webinars and videos
Our selection of the most interesting webinars in the sector on fishing, shipping, safety on board, digitization, sustainability, technology, superyachts, internationalization, etc. Also, with the participation of Grupo Arbulu companies’ managers.
MARINE INSTRUMENTS- M3iGo launch
The Grupo Arbulu company Marine Instruments is disrupting the tuna industry. They have recently launched their first satellite buoy with artificial intelligence, M3iGo. With the introduction of this new feature, the buoy provides the best quality data for maximum fishing efficiency, estimating the tones of tuna amongst all the biomass detected by the buoy. Marine Instruments is a world-leading manufacturer of satellite buoys. They design, develop and manufacture all buoys from their factory in Nigrán (Spain). M3iGo opens a new era for sustainable and efficient fishing.WATCH VIDEO
THALOS- Oceanbox solution on board
In this video, Thalos interviews their customer Maxime Sorel, skipper on Vendée Globe about his experience with the OceanBox solution on board. OceanBox solution optimises vessel communication flows and makes satellite connectivity more reliable.
LANGUAGE: FRENCH (English subtitles)
E3 SYSTEMS- eSAT solution on board
The eSAT solution from e3 systems is a hybrid connectivity solution that includes VSAT, 4G y TV. In the video, e3 Systems interviews Thomas Adams, an engineer on board the superyacht Bacarella that talks about his experience with the eSAT solution on board.
The Satcom ‘Highway’ Will Power Digitalization in Maritime
Global maritime communications powerhouse Inmarsat announced a pair of new tech offerings – ORCHESTRA and ELERA – that are touted as ‘the communications network of the future.’ Inmarsat Maritime president Ronald Spithout explains to Maritime Reporter TV.
WEBINAR- Digital innovation for smart shipping
Digitalization is transforming all aspects of maritime shipping. The webinar, held on 9 June 2021, presents some of the on-going digital innovation efforts within smart shipping and automation. Presenters use project examples, including smart engine maintenance and cloud-based collaboration, to reflect on the technologies that are applied in contemporary shipping digitalization; the business logic that is behind the adoption of digital technologies; and how industry players collaborate to enable digital innovations.
Digital solutions for the yatching industry
In the first of a six part series exploring the potential of reliable connectivity and digital solutions to revolutionize yachting, record-breaking sailor and Inmarsat Yachting Ambassador Nick Maloney interviews Simon Fisher, professional offshore sailing team member and navigator for 11th Hour, an Ocean Race participant.
E3 SYSTEMS – Innovations in maritime big data
The webinar includes the presentation of Mathieu Cros, a key driver and manager of e3 Systems, Mat has been involved in maritime and land communications across all 5 continents for the last 12 years which has led to his current specialization is superyacht communications. Mat is Deputy MD of e3 Systems.
MARINE INSTRUMENTS – Increasing trust and transparency in fisheries – last innovations and trends
Gabriel Gómez, CEO of Marine Instruments, details in this webinar how the new technological solutions developed by his company focus on the efficiency and sustainability of fisheries. Gabriel talks about the latest breakthrough innovations and trends in Remote Electronic Monitoring:
– Transparency and traceability in fisheries that can be achieved through Electronic Monitoring.
– Digital transformation of the fishing industry and how Electronic Monitoring technologies use interoperability, cloud-based systems or artificial intelligence.
E3 SYSTEMS – Connectivity solutions
Roger Horner and Mathew Cros from e3 systems talk about innovations in satellite communications for the yatching industry. Innovation has been a driving force since they started their business 25 years ago. They have achieved many innovation firsts, including the first VSAT, the first Fleet Xpress and the first Kymeta flat panel installation on yachts. It has always been very important to listen to the client and provide a solution out of the portfolio of products, highly adapted to what the client needs. New technology is available now and its e3 systems job to push the implementation of this technology in the yachting industry. The new 5G combined with satellite technologies, will offer different connectivity options for yachts at a lower cost.
GRUPO ARBULU – Business internalization plan from an strategic perspective
The internationalization of a company is a strategy for the future that has proven its worth over the years. Internationalized companies have a greater capacity to cope with the economic crises and uncertainties of an increasingly changing market. Many are the companies that carry out internationalization processes but few with the efficiency and solvency required to be successful. In this webinar we will cover international expansion as a strategic plan of a company, the key legal, fiscal and operational factors in an internationalization process, the importance of overcoming cultural barriers and the future prospects posed by the United Kingdom in the post-era Brexit. All this in a practical way, counting on Iñaki Arbulu, CEO of Grupo Arbulu, specialized in marine electronics, who has been internationalizing in different countries of the world for more than 10 years with UHY Fay & Co.
Remote Electronic Monitoring in EU fisheries control
High tech in the high seas! More and more, technology plays a role in achieving sustainable fisheries. This video explains the hows and whys of Remote Electronic Monitoring in EU fisheries control.
The sustainable management of pacific tuna fisheries
Over 55% of the key tuna catch comes from within the waters of the Pacific Island Countries and Territories, and many of these countries rely on the continued sustainability of the tuna stocks to obtain important national income and employment opportunities for their people. The Pacific Ocean represents 48% of the world’s ocean. In this Ocean area, the Western and Central Pacific is a key region for tuna. Check out this video to understand how the four main regional fisheries agencies – SPC, FFA, Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) and Western Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) – are working together to maintain the healthy status of Tuna in the Pacific.