Most research on the future of smart shipping focuses on the technical challenges.

Shipping generally has difficulty catching the media's interest.

PortCDM, the technology that aims to create time stamps and a common communication language between different businesses involved in a vessel’s por

Atilla Incecik, a professor at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, is one of three researchers appointed as honorary doctors at Chalmers 2019.

Lighthouse has been appointed to operate the Swedish Transport Administration's program for sustainable shipping.

When the trains stop, it becomes headlines. When the ships do, nothing happens.

Last week, The Swedish Confederation of Transport, came up with a report, and now comes a prestudy from Lighthouse.

Last week, Lighthouse was inducted into Waterborne - the EU's research and innovation platform for Waterborne industries.

She is an expert on marine fuels, but has no idea which one will apply in the future.

The introduction of smart ships and new technology can reduce global demand for sailors, who work with current technology, by 22 percent by 2040.

Energy consumption in container traffic between Gothenburg and Rotterdam could be reduced by 19 percent.

It is difficult to practice accidents. In addition, dangerous.

Previous research has indicated that collaboration can be a successful means in order to increase energy efficiency performances and efforts.

No new measurement sensors need to be installed.

Getting the propulsion system to work optimally has always been a problem in shipping. But now there is a solution.