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Technology, regulation, market risk and geopolitical threats have made the world’s oceans challenging to navigate both profitably and safely. Accurate and timely intelligence enables the market to understand global trade flows to make confident business critical decisions.

Governments, traders, cargo owners and the global shipping industry use IHS Maritime & Trade intelligence every day to manage complex global supply chains, find sources of competitive advantage, identify new business opportunities, and secure our oceans and borders from potential security risks.

IHS is the leading source of critical maritime and trade insight, enabling organizations, policy makers and security to navigate today's complex trading environment. Successfully managing inter-connected global supply chains requires a detailed understanding of continually evolving patterns of international trade flows, and with over 90% of international trade being transported by ship, success requires an in-depth understanding of the shipping industry.

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What does a remote control have to do with maritime trade?

Naval architects, including those at Rolls Royce marine’s Oskar Levander, are working on autonomous ships, driven by the very latest satellite-linked technology. In fact, he claim a small team of trained, maritime-experienced technicians could operate a fleet of 50 or 100 vessels, saving typical downtime on long passages between ports. While benefits include cost reduction (no need to feed and house a crew) and greater space for cargo, security implications are still unresolved.

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