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Port Corpus Christi
Thought LeadershipThought Leadership VOICES
Big DataBig Data President, World Maritime University. By Greg Trauthwein 34 Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry,
Managing Director, Schulte Marine Concept. By William Stoichevski 38 Krzysztof Kozdron, 27 Balancing Ef? ciency & Security Hand in hand with the digital craze S D
HIP ESIGN in maritime is the caution of cyber attacks.
48 Made in the U.S.A.
Designing the new National Security Multi-Mission Vessel. By Eugene Van Rynbach
By Dennis Bryant P R
ORT EPORT 30 Growing the KVH Empire When KVH was started more than 54 Port of Dreams
Port Corpus Christi is building it, and they are coming. By Greg Trauthwein 35 years ago, Martin Kits van Heyn- ingen, president, CEO and founder, could not have guessed the trajec- tory and pace of growth.
M P & F
ARINE OWER UEL
By Greg Trauthwein
Engine makers gear up to prepare for the IMO 2020 sulfur content cap. By Tom Mulligan 60 Power Play 32 IoT & Changing B W M
ALLAST ATER ANAGEMENT Connectivity @ Sea Whether it’s autonomous cars or
The BWT timeline remains crowded and compliance is more complicated. By Tom Kirk connected houses, it seems like 70 MEPC 71 & You everywhere you look these days, internet of things (IoT) technology is a focus. Even in the conservative T & E
RAINING DUCATION maritime world.
By Dan Rooney
Using real-time data to improve training. By Murray Goldberg 72 Improved Safety & Training 2 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • AUGUST 2017
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