Inmarsat Report Highlights Critical Role of Partnership in Japan’s Connected Maritime Innovation Ecosystem
2020-05-26 / Number of views:117
A new study, ‘A quiet revolution – the maritime innovation ecosystem in Japan’, explores the commitments to Internet of Things (IoT)-based ship and crew management already made by corporate Japan, then goes on to offer unique insights into the country’s emerging start-up culture. The report, sponsored by Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, is the first in a series of in-depth profiles into maritime technology and start-ups in specific countries. It builds on ‘Trade 2.0: How start-ups are driving the next generation of maritime trade’, a global study launched by Inmarsat in 2019 during London International Shipping Week. Both studies are the work of renowned maritime experts Nick Chubb (MNI) and Leonardo Zangrando (MSc, MBA). Nick Chubb is a former seafarer and Founder and Director of Thetius Maritime Innovation Intelligence. Leonardo Zangrando is a Naval Architect and Founder and Managing Director of Startup Wharf Ltd, an Independent Global Hub of Startup-driven Maritime Transformation.
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