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Innovation in Seafarer Technology

      1/25/2002

A great deal of innovative products has been developed which benefit both seafarers and the shipping companies which employ them. But which systems work the best, both for the seafarer and the shipping company?

  • Why should shipowners provide communications facilities for seafarers and who should pay?
  • is it helpful if seafarers take an involvement in managing their own purchasing?
  • are too many safety systems distracting?
  • How can computers best assist to relive the burden of the ISM Code, and what do shipping companies think?
  • How can technology best serve seafarers, to improve safety, quality of life and operational efficiency onboard?
  • How can computers best be used in seafarer training and management?
  • Which information services prove most beneficial to seafarers and their employers, and who should pay for them?

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