|IoS-OP holds Taiwan seminar to introduce its data sharing initiative with marineworks|
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Marineworks will participate in “IoS-OP Seminar in Taiwan” will be held in Taipei, Taiwan on 16 April by IoS-OP Consortium.
Attending by professionals from Taiwan’s maritime industry at the venue virtually connected to Japan, the consortium members
will introduce the rule and framework for sharing IoT data of ships, including data ownership, and digital solutions from
IoS-OP is a universal platform that enables the sharing of ship operation data among shipbuilders, manufacturers, and related
service providers without compromising profits of data providers.
The initiative has been promoted by Ship Data Center Co., Ltd. (ShipDC) under the supervision of the membership association
IoS-OP incubated in Japan, while it has recently attracted the industry’s attention as the unique and practical platform to
collect, distribute, and utilize the ship operation data.
The Korean maritime ICT company 'marineworks' will distribute two seminar video for 'smart ship' and 'cyber security' via
internet till end of May 2021. At the seminar, the consortium members’ representatives from Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.
(MOL), ShipDC, NYK Line, Nihon Shipyard Co., Ltd., Japan Weather Association, Sunflame Co., Ltd., Japan Engine Corporation,
BEMAC, and ClassNK will describe its digital activities powered by the data, and encourage maritime players in Taiwan to
join the initiative.
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