“IoS-OP Seminar in Taiwan” was kept in Taipei, Taiwan on 16 April by IoS-OPConsortium Attended by around 91 specialists from Taiwan’s maritime sector at the place practically linked to Japan, the consortium participants presented the policy and also structure for sharing IoT information of ships, consisting of information possession, and also electronic services from each firm.
IoS-OP is a global system that makes it possible for the sharing of ship procedure information amongst shipbuilders, producers, and also associated company without endangering revenues of information companies. The campaign has actually been advertised by Ship Data Center Co.,Ltd (Ship DC) under the guidance of the subscription organization “IoS-OP Consortium”.
IoS-OP bred in Japan, while it has actually just recently brought in the sector’s interest as the distinct and also useful system to accumulate, disperse, and also make use of the ship procedure information. At the workshop, not just the consortium participants’ reps from Mitsui O.S.K. Lines,Ltd (MOL), NYK Line, Japan Marine United Corporation, Japan Weather Association, Sunflame Co., Ltd., Japan Engine Corporation, BEMAC, JRC, and also ClassNK, however likewise Ocean Express Network as the individual of IoS-OP have actually explained their electronic tasks powered by the information, and also motivated maritime gamers in Taiwan to sign up with the campaign.
The complying with remarks were made throughout the workshop:
Yoshikazu Kawagoe, Chairperson of IoS-OP Consortium (Technical Advisor, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.):
“IoS-OP Consortium, user-led scheme among shipping companies, shipbuilders, and marine manufacturers was launched mainly by Japanese companies, but there is no nationality requirement. Members from any country are welcome fairly as long as they follow the rule. I strongly hope that this seminar will be an opportunity to promote collaboration between Taiwanese maritime professionals and the consortium members.”
Yasuo Tanaka, Secretary General of IoS-OP Consortium (Senior Fellow, MTI Co., Ltd/ NYK Line):
“Following the progress of digitalization, visualization in the maritime industry is rapidly advancing, like Poseidon Principles and Sea Cargo Charter. In this context, we believe it is important to share the rules for data handling globally, which will encourage data distribution and allow everyone to enjoy its benefits. I believe Taiwanese players’ participation in IoS-OP will contribute significantly to the future industry development.”
Sea News, April 20