Monthly Archives: October 2020

Smart ports

Last updated on May 1st, 2021 at 12:52 pm

Becha H., Lind M. (2021) Standardized Data Sharing Enabling Smart Port Networks, Instituto per gli studi de politica internazionale, 29/3-2021 (https://www.ispionline.it/it/pubblicazione/standardized-data-sharing-enabling-smart-port-networks-29824)

Lind M., Lehmacher W., Haraldson S., Fu X., Zuesongdham P., Huesmann R., Fich S. (2020) SMART PORTS AS LIGHTHOUSE NODES OF SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORKS Port Technolog International – The e-journal of ports and terminals, Edition 104-2020 (https://www.porttechnology.org/technical-papers/smart-ports-as-lighthouse-nodes-of-supply-chain-networks/

Becha H., Lind M., Simha A., Bottin F. (2020) Smart ports: On the move to becoming global logistics information exchange hubs, Smart Maritime Network, 20/4-2020 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/04/20/smart-ports-on-the-move-to-become-global-logistics-information-exchange-hubs/)

Lind M., Gardeitchik J., Carson-Jackson J., Haraldson S., Zuesongdham P.(2020) ‘Get Smart’ – Developing smart maritime ecosystems, Seaways, July 2020 (www.nautinst.org/seaways)

Collaborative Decision Making, Port Operations and Port Visits

Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 07:27 am

Lind M., Haraldson S., Carson-Jackson J., Gardeichik J., Singh S., Zuesongdham P., Morton R., Pettersson S., Pernia O., Larsen S.E. (2021) Ports as multidimensional hubs, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics: Additional Perspectives and Applications. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Becha H., Simha A., Larsen S. E., Ben-Amram E., Gnass M. (2021) Port call optimization: Two sides of the same coin, Smart Maritime Network, 25/2-2021 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2021/02/25/port-call-optimisation-two-sides-of-the-same-coin/)

Lind M. (2017) Beauty of co-ordinated port calls, June 2017, Port Strategy (www.portstrategy.com)

Lind M., Andersen N-B., Bergmann M., Ward R., Haraldson S., Michaelides M., Zerem A., Angelov V., Karlsson M., Andersen T., Gimenez J., Ferrus G., (2019) Maturity Level 7 in implementing PortCDM – Continuous improvement of PortCDM Principles, Implementation note #5, International PortCDM Council (www.ipcdmc.org

Lind M., Andersen T., Bergmann M., Watson R.T., Haraldson S., Karlsson M., Michaelides M., Gimenez J., Ward R., Bjørn-Andersen N., Gonzales A., Holmgren B., Zerem A., Rauer F., Sahlberg H., Lindberg J. (2018) The maturity level framework for PortCDM, Concept Note #13, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie) (also presented at IHMA 2018)

Lind M., Andersen T., Bergmann M., Watson R.T., Haraldson S., Rygh T., Karlsson M., Kinn M. (2018) Coordinated Value Creation in Cruise Call Operations – The case of the Port of Stavanger, Concept Note #10, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Becha H., Simha A., Bottin F., Larsen S. E. (2020) Smart Decision-Making and Collaborative Alignment, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-08-20 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/08/20/smart-decision-making-and-collaborative-alignment/)

Lind M., Bergmann M, Andersen N-B., Haraldson S., Watson R., Andersen T., Michaelides M., Evmides N., Gerosavva N., Karlsson M., Holm H., Olsson E., Zerem A., Herodotou H., Ferrus G., Gimenez J., Arjona J., Marquez M., Rygh T., Voskarides S. (2019) Substantial value for shipping found in PortCDM testbeds, Concept Note #22, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Andersen T. (2019) Improving predictability of shipping to reduce emissions by ports and maritime transport, Article published on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/improving-predictability-shipping-reduce-emissions-ports-mikael-lind/)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Andersen T., Haraldson S., Ward R., Andersen N-B., Michaelides M., Watson R.T., Ferrus G., Zerem A., Gimenez J., Karlsson M. (2019) Achieving compliance in collaboration and data sharing with PortCDM, Implementation note #1, International PortCDM Council (www.ipcdmc.org)  

Lind M., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Watson R.T., Park J., Gimenez J., Andersen T. (2018) Port Collaborative Decision Making (PortCDM): An enabler for Port Call Optimization empowered by international harmonization, Concept Note #1, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Watson R.T., Park J., Gimenez J., Andersen T. (2018) Enabling Effective Port Resource Management: Integrating Systems of Production Data Streams, Concept Note #3, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Ward R. Carson-Jackson J. (2018) Port Collaborative Decision Making – Making port calls more predictable can improve the experience for ships’ Masters and ship operations calls, Seaways, December 2018 (www.nautinst.org/seaways)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Ward R., Haraldson S., Andersen N-B., Michaelides M., Watson R.T., Zerem A., Angelov V., Karlsson M., Andersen T., Gimenez J., Ferrus G., (2019) Maturity Level 6 in Implementing PortCDM – Full Adoption of PortCDM Principles, Implementation note #4, International PortCDM Council (www.ipcdmc.org

Lind M., Bergmann M., Watson R.T., Bjorn-Andersen N., Haraldson S., Andersen S., Ward R., Rosemann M., Karlsson M., Zerem A., Skovbakke Juhl J., Sanricca M. (2018) Port Call Efficiency – the benefits of coordination and synchronization, Concept Note #14, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Bjørn-Andersen N., Ward R., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Andersen T. (2018) Synchronization for Port Effectiveness, Ed. 79, pp. 82-84, Port Technology Journal (www.porttechnology.org)

Lind M., Chua C.P., Bergmann M., Fu X. (2019) Enabling Efficient Tanker Operation through Collaboration and Data-sharing, Ed. 89, pp. 128-131, Port Technology Journal (www.porttechnology.org)

Lind M., Haraldson S., Bergmann M., Ward R., Andersen N-B., Andersen T., Michaelides M., Karlsson M., Watson R.T., Zerem A., Olsson E., Gimenez J., Ferrus G. (2019) First Steps in implementing PortCDM – establishing the data sharing environment, Implementation note #2, International PortCDM Council (www.ipcdmc.org)  

Lind M., Haraldson S., Bergmann M., Ward R., Andersen N-B., Andersen T., Michaelides M., Karlsson M., Watson R.T., Zerem A., Olsson E., Gimenez J., Ferrus G., Angelov V. (2019) Maturity Levels 3 to 5 in implementing PortCDM – increasing data sharing and situational awareness, Implementation note #3, International PortCDM Council (www.ipcdmc.org)  

Lind M., Haraldson S., Karlsson M., Watson R.T. (2016) Overcoming the inability to predict – a PortCDM future, 10th IHMA Congress – Global Port & Marine Operations, 30th May – 2nd May 2016, Vancouver, Canada

Lind M., Haraldson S., Ward R., Bergmann M., Andersen N-B., Karlsson M., Zerem A., Olsson E., Watson R., Holm H., Michaelides M., Evmides N., Gerosavva N., Andersen T., Rygh T., Arjona Arcona J., Ferrus Clari G., Gimenez Maldonado J., Marquez M., Gonzalez A. (2018) Final PortCDM concept description incl. generic specification of identified services – Improving port operations using PortCDM, STMVal_D1.3 (www.stmvalidation.eu/documents)

Lind M., Lane A., Bjørn-Andersen N., Ward R., Michaelides M., Sancricca M., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Andersen S., Park J., Theodossiou S. (2018) Ships and Port Idle Time: Who are the Culprits?, Concept Note #18, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)   

Lind M., Michaelides M., Watson R.T., Bjorn-Andersen N., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Andersen T., Ward R., Sancricca M., Gerosavvas N., Heidecker A., Lane A.,Gimenez J., Ferrús Clari G., Gonzales A., Márquez Richarte M.A., Voskarides S., Pouros G., Deosdad I. (2018) Extending the efficiency boundary from ports to hubs: A new role for container terminal operators, Concept Note #15, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Rygh T., Bergmann M., Watson R.T., Haraldson S., Andersen T. (2018) Balancing just-in-time operations – Coordinating value creation, Concept Note #6, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Sancricca M., Lane A., Bergmann M., Ward R., Watson R.T., Bjorn-Andersen N., Haraldson S., Andersen T., Ballou P. (2018) Making a fragmented and inefficient container industry more profitable through PortCDM, Concept Note #17, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Ward R., Bergmann M., Andersen N-B., Watson R., Haraldson S., Andersen T., Michaelides M. (2019) PortCDM: Validation of the concept and next steps, Concept Note #21, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Ward R., Bergmann M., Haraldson S. (2019) How to boost port call operations, Insight no 10, Global Maritime Forum (https://www.globalmaritimeforum.org/news/how-to-boost-port-call-operations)

Lind M., Ward R., Michaelides M., Lane A., Sancricca M., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Bjorn-Andersen N., Haraldson S., Andersen T., Park J., Theodossiou S. (2018) Reducing idle time with collaboration and data sharing, Concept Note #16, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Ward R., Watson R. T., Haraldson S., Zerem A., Paulsen S. (2021), Decision support for port visits, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Gimenez J. (2017) Empowering Mega-terminals with gigabytes, Ed. 75, pp. 104-106, Port Technology Journal (www.porttechnology.org)

Lind, M., Haraldson, S., Karlsson, M., & Watson, R. T. (2015). Port collaborative decision making – closing the loop in sea traffic management. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in the Maritime Industries, Ulrichshusen, Germany.

Lind, M., Haraldson, S., Karlsson, M., Holmberg, P.-E., & Watson, R. T. (2015). Enabling Port Efficiency by increased Collaboration and Information Sharing – Towards a Standardized Port Call Message Format. Paper presented at the Special Interest Group 2 (Ports and Maritime) of the World Conference on Transport Research Society (WCTRS) of the World Conference on Transportation Research, Antwerp, Belgium.

Digital collaboration

Last updated on December 23rd, 2020 at 06:08 am

Lind M., Roark A., Sancricca M., Zerem A., Becha H., Di Paola E., Mulder H. (2020) Collaborative technologies for maritime transports at economies of scale, Smart Maritime Network, 22/12-2020 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/12/22/standards-required-to-maximise-maritime-cloud-opportunities/)

Lind M., Becha H., Simha A., Larsen S. E., Ben-Amram E., Marchand D. (2020) The maritime ecosystem needs ecosystem innovation to avoid “paving the cow paths”, The Maritime Executive, 9/12-2020 (https://www.maritime-executive.com/editorials/maritime-ecosystem-needs-innovation-to-avoid-paving-the-cow

Lind M., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Watson R.T., Park J., Gimenez J., Andersen T. (2018) The skilled collaborators – the winners in a digitized maritime sector, Concept Note #2, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Watson R.T., Park J., Gimenez J., Andersen T. (2018) Creating a mature data sharing regime – Thriving in the connected ecosystem, Concept Note #4, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Simha (2020) Don’t Miss Out on Joining the World’s Digital Collaboration, The Maritime Executive, 13/2-2020 (https://maritime-executive.com/editorials/don-t-miss-out-on-joining-the-world-s-digital-collaboration-1)

Lind M., Simha A. (2019) Digital technologies are enabling better collaboration in shipping! Make sure that you are not left out!, 30/10-2019 (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-technologies-enabling-better-collaboration-shipping-lind/ and https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-technologies-enabling-better-collaboration-shipping-simha/)

JÃ T., Schirmer I., Drews P., Saxe S., Baldauf U. (2018) Supporting Diffusion of Iot Solutions Exemplified by the Chainport Initiative, 24th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2018), New Orleans

Haraldson S., Holmberg P-E., Karlsson M. (2015) Co-Using Infrastructure for Sustainability in Maritime Transports, 21st Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2015), Puerto Rico 

Standardization and information sharing communities

Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 07:30 am

De Cauwer N., Fontanet M., Garcia J. A., Greven H., Juhl J. S., Probert S., Renz M., Rødseth Ø. J. (2021)  The IMO Reference Data Model – one solution fits most!, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics: Additional Perspectives and Applications. Heidelberg: Springer.

Schleyerbach H., Mulder H. (2021) The Role of Industry-based Standards Organisations in Digital Transformation, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics: Additional Perspectives and Applications. Heidelberg: Springer.

Louw-Reimer J., Nielsen J. L. M., Bjørn-Andersen N., Kouwenhoven N. (2021) Boosting the effectiveness of containerised supply chains – A case study of TradeLens, , in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics: Additional Perspectives and Applications. Heidelberg: Springer.

Becha H., Lind M., Simha A., Bottin F., Larsen S. E. (2020) Standardisation in container shipping is key to boosting economies of scale – importance of data collaboration between shipping lines, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-05-14 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Standardisation-and-the-importance-of-data-collaboration-between-shipping-lines.pdf)

Bergmann M., Primor O., Chrysostomou A. (2021), Digital data sharing for enhanced decision making, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime Informatics (chapter 10), Springer.

Bergmann M., Schröder M., Ward R., Andersen T. (2020) Maritime Digitalisation: the foundation for tomorrow’s Port Calls, 4/5-2020, Smart Maritime Network (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/05/04/maritime-digitalisation-the-foundation-for-tomorrows-port-calls/)

Lind M., Becha H., Simha A., Bottin F., Larsen S. E. (2020) Digital Containerisation, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-06-18 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Information-transparency-through-standardized-messaging-and-interfacing.pdf)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Watson R.T., Haraldson S., Park J., Gimenez J., Andersen T., Voorspuij J. (2018) Towards Unified Port Communications – from a project format to a global standard, Concept Note #9, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Gogh van M., Becha H., Kouwenhoven N., Lehmacher W., Lund E., Mulder H., Murphy N., Simha A. (2020) Information Sharing Communities for Digitally Enabled Supply Chain Visibility, Article No. 64 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°88 – Fourth Quarter 2020] (https://unctad.org/news/information-sharing-communities-digitally-enabled-supply-chain-visibility)

Lind M., Renz M. (2020) Do maritime authorities have a role in digitalization of shipping?
– the “Digital (port)Approach” in a sea transport context, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-07-02 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/The-digital-approach-in-context.pdf)

Lind, M., Haraldson, S., Karlsson, M., Watson, R. T., & Holmberg, P.-E. (2015). Enabling Port Efficiency by increased Collaboration and Information Sharing–Towards a Standardized Port Call Message Format. In: WCTRS-SIG2, The Port and Maritime Sector: Key Developments and Changes, University of Antwerp.

Thomas D., O’Malley S. (2021), The Necessity of Standards for Maritime Informatics in Ship Operations, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Dominic T., O’Malley S. (2020) The Necessity and History of Standards in Maritime Informatics: Current Example of Shipboard Software Governance, 26th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2020), Salt Lake City1

Smart containers

Last updated on December 5th, 2020 at 09:10 am

Becha H., Frazier T., Lind M., Schröder M., Voorspuij J. (2020) Smart Containers and Situational Awareness, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-08-12 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/08/12/the-cargo-owners-case-for-smart-containers/)

Becha H., Schroeder M., Voorspuij J., Frazier T., Lind M. (2021), Global Data Exchange Standards: The Basis for Future Smart Container Digital Services, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Maritime supply chains

Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 07:36 am

Lind M., Alvarado J.L., Mulder H., Nykänen L. and Piccoli G. (2021) Digital data sharing for greener transport in sustainable supply chains – the benefits of establishing a Federated network of platforms, 3/6-2021, Smart Maritime Network (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2021/06/03/federated-data-sharing-to-combat-multi-modal-transport-emissions/)

Lind M., Alvarado J.L., Mulder H., Nykänen L. and Piccoli G. (2021) Digital data sharing for green transport – a FEDeRATED approach, 3/6-2021, The LoadStar (https://theloadstar.com/digital-data-sharing-for-green-transport-a-federated-approach/)

Michaelides M., Lind M., Green L., Askvik J., Siokouros Z. (2021), Decision Support in Short Sea Shipping, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Voorspuij J., Becha H. (2021), Digitalisation in maritime regional and global supply chains, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Ward R., Gahnström J., Hägg M., Olindersson F., Lind M., Green S. (2021), Decision support for voyaging, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Simha A., Becha H. (2020) Creating value for the transport buyer with Digital Data Streams, 9/3-2020, Maritime executive (https://www.maritime-executive.com/editorials/creating-value-for-the-transport-buyer-with-digital-data-streams)

Lind M., Michaelides M., Ward R., Herodotou H., Watson  R.T. (2019) Boosting data-sharing to improve Short Sea Shipping Performance: Evidence from Limassol port calls analysis, Article No. 35 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°82 – Second Quarter 2019] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=2102)

Michaelides M., Herodotou H., Lind, M., and Watson R. T. (2019) Port-2-Port Communication Enhancing Short Sea Shipping Performance: The Case Study of Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean. Sustainability Journal, Vol. 11, No. 7, pp. 1912-34

Lind M. (2018) Digital data sharing in maritime transport chains, Digital Ship, November 2018 (pp. 6) (www.thedigitalship.com)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Watson R.T., Michaelides M., Herodotou H., Voskarides S. (2018) Port-2-Port Communication Enabling Short Sea Shipping: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean, Concept Note #5, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Karlsson F., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Hägg M. (2018) Empowering the chain of operations in berth-to-berth sea transports by digitization, Concept Note #8, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Watson  R.T., Ward R., Bergmann M., Bjørn-Andersen N., Rosemann M., Haraldson, S., Andersen T.,  (2018) Digital Data Sharing: The Ignored Opportunity for Making Global Maritime Transport Chains More Efficient , Article No. 22 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°79 – Third Quarter 2018] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=1850)

Lind M., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Ward R., Bjørn-Andersen N., Haraldson S., Rosemann M., Andersen T., Delmeire N. (2018) Process completeness for effective maritime ecosystems, Concept Note #12, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind M., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Ward R., Bjørn-Andersen N., Jensen T., Haraldson S., Zerem A., Rosemann M. (2018) Digitizing the maritime eco-system – Improving door-to-door coordination via a digitized transport chain, Concept Note #11, STM Validation Project (https://www.ipcdmc.org/galerie)

Lind, M., Bergmann, M., Hägg, M., Karlsson, F., Siwe, U., & Watson, R. T. (2018). Sea Traffic Management – The Route to the Future. Paper presented at the COMPIT’18, Pavone, Italy.

Lind, M., Brödje, A., Haraldson, S., Hägg, M., Watson R.T. (2015). Digitalisation for sustainable sea transports. In M. Fiorini & J.-C. Lin (Eds.), Clean Mobility and Intelligent Transport Systems (Vol. 1, pp. 187-217): IET.

Haraldson S. (2015) Digitalization of Sea Transports–Enabling Sustainable Multi-Modal Transports, 21st Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2015), Puerto Rico

Lind M., Brödje A., Watson R.T., Haraldson S., Holmberg P-E., Hägg M. (2014) Digital Infrastructures for enabling Sea Traffic Management, The 10th International Symposium ISIS 2014 “Integrated Ship’s Information Systems“

Maritime Informatics – foundational

Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 07:25 am

Lind M., Michaelides M., Ward R., Watson R. T.  (2021, Eds), Maritime informatics: Additional Perspectives and Applications. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Watson R.T.., Lehmacher W. (2021) Key steps towards a high performing maritime industry, Container-News, 27/3-2021 (https://container-news.com/key-steps-to-a-high-performance-maritime-industry/).

Watson R.T., Haraldson S., Lind M., Singh S., Thomas D., Voolspuij J. M., Ward R. (2021) Foundations of maritime informatics, World of Shipping Portugal. An International Research Conference on Maritime Affairs 28 – 29 January 2021, CIMOSM (Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa), Portugal.

Michaelides M.,  Herodotou H., Schmitt P., Karlson M.,  Kyriakides I., Hayes D.,  Fu X. (2021) Maritime informatics technology, World of Shipping Portugal. An International Research Conference on Maritime Affairs 28 – 29 January 2021, CIMOSM (Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa), Portugal.

Lind M., Ward R., Harnischmacher C., Michaelides M., Park J.H., Forcellati C.L., Panayides P. M., Becha H. (2021) Maritime informatics and decision making, World of Shipping Portugal. An International Research Conference on Maritime Affairs 28 – 29 January 2021, CIMOSM (Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa), Portugal.

Haraldson S., Lind M., Breitenbach S., Croston J. C., Karlsson M., Hirt G. (2021), The Port as a set of Socio-Technical Systems: A multi-organisational view, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Michaelides M., Ward R., Watson R. T. (2021), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Ward R., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Zerem A., Hoffman J., Eklund E. (2021), Maritime Informatics for increased collaboration, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Ward R., Hvid Jensen H., Chua C. P., Simha A., Karlsson J., Göthberg L., Penttinen T. (2021), The future of shipping – collaboration through digital data sharing, , in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lind M., Watson R., Chua C. P., Levy D., Theodossiou S., Primor O., Picco A. (2020) A Primer for a Profitable and Sustainable Maritime Business, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-09-09 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/09/09/prime-considerations-for- shipping-success/ )

Lind M., Watson R., Hoffmann J., Ward R., Michaelides M. (2020) Maritime Informatics: an emerging discipline for a digitally connected efficient, sustainable and resilient industry, Article No. 59[UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°87 – Third Quarter 2020] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=2456)

Lind, M., Watson, R. T., Park, J. H., Svedberg, U., & Holmberg, P.-E. (2014). Maritime Informatics – How ITS is transforming the shipping industry. Paper presented at the Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, Detroit.

Singh S., Sengupta B. (2021), Sustainable Maritime Transport and Maritime Informatics, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Ward R., Bjørn-Andersen N. (2021), The Origins of Maritime Informatics, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Eds.) Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Watson R. T., Lind M., Delmeire N., Liesa F. (2021), Shipping: A Self-Organising Ecosystem, in M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, R. T. Watson (Ed.), Maritime informatics. Heidelberg: Springer.

Watson, R. T., & Lind, M. (2015). A Research Agenda for Self-Organizing Ecosystems: The Case for Maritime Informatics. SSRN.

Guven Kocak S. (2015) Maritime Informatics Framework and Literature Survey-Ecosystem Perspective, 21st Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2015), Puerto Rico

An J., Hyunhee J., Seung Kyoon S. (2016) Configuring Value with Service-Dominant Logic: The Case of Marine Informatics Technology, 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2016), San Diego

MARITIME INFORMATICS – ACADEMICS AND PRACTITIONERS PERSPECTIVE

“The maritime industry is plagued by disjointed processes, originating from centuries old practices. The replication of information, and multiple handover points, result in inefficiencies and waste, which curtail, rather than accelerate, global trade. With digitalization, the maritime sector has begun to seize the opportunity to re-engineer and collaborate through the development of data standards and process re-engineering. Maritime informatics is thus becoming a new domain, which is critical for enabling innovation and efficiency in the global supply chains.”, Steen Erik Larsen, Head of Technology Mergers & Acquisitions, Maersk.

Domain knowledge is the key predictor of the success of any intervention, such as an implementing an information system or a having a hip replacement. Consequently, as a field grows it forks into specialist areas. For example, medicine now has over a hundred specialties, from allergists to vascular surgeons. Maritime Informatics has emerged as a specialist area of information systems, because a deep domain knowledge of shipping and transport is essential for information systems designers to communicate with industry executives and to understand specific relevant technologies, such as AIS and smart containers.”, Professor Rick Watson, University of Georgia, U.S.A

”The COVID-19 crisis has given a further push to maritime informatics and the digitalization of logistics. We now need to ensure that we lock-in the advances made during lock-down. This will then also help us with our next and even bigger challenge: The decarbonization of shipping.”, Jan Hoffmann, Chief, Trade Logistics Branch, Division on Technology and Logistics, UNCTAD

Shipping is global, digitalization enables global connectivity, and there are numerous opportunities coming out of digitally gluing the many actors engaged in the maritime transport chains together. By the discipline of Maritime Informatics, we can now join forces in securing a sustainable world.”, Associate Professor Mikael Lind, Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Maritime Informatics in trade press

Becha H., Frazier T., Lind M., Schröder M., Voorspuij J. (2020) Smart Containers and Situational Awareness, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-08-12 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/08/12/the-cargo-owners-case-for-smart-containers/)

Becha H., Lind M., Simha A., Bottin F. (2020) Smart ports: On the move to becoming global logistics information exchange hubs, Smart Maritime Network, 20/4-2020 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/04/20/smart-ports-on-the-move-to-become-global-logistics-information-exchange-hubs/)

Becha H., Lind M., Simha A., Bottin F., Larsen S. E. (2020) Standardisation in container shipping is key to boosting economies of scale – importance of data collaboration between shipping lines, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-05-14 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Standardisation-and-the-importance-of-data-collaboration-between-shipping-lines.pdf)

Lind M. (2017) Beauty of co-ordinated port calls, June 2017, Port Strategy (www.portstrategy.com)

Lind M. (2018) Digital data sharing in maritime transport chains, Digital Ship, November 2018 (pp. 6) (www.thedigitalship.com)

Lind M., Becha H., Simha A., Bottin F., Larsen S. E. (2020) Digital Containerisation, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-06-18 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Information-transparency-through-standardized-messaging-and-interfacing.pdf)

Lind M., Becha H., Simha A., Bottin F., Larsen S. E. (2020) Smart Decision-Making and Collaborative Alignment, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-08-20 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/08/20/smart-decision-making-and-collaborative-alignment/)

Lind M., Becha H., Watson R. T., Kouwenhoven N., Zuesongdham P., Baldauf U. (2020) Digital twins for the maritime sector, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-07-15 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Digital-twins-for-the-maritime- sector.pdf)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Andersen T. (2019) Improving predictability of shipping to reduce emissions by ports and maritime transport, Article published on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/improving-predictability-shipping-reduce-emissions-ports-mikael-lind/)

Lind M., Bergmann M., Ward R. Carson-Jackson J. (2018) Port Collaborative Decision Making – Making port calls more predictable can improve the experience for ships’ Masters and ship operations calls, Seaways, December 2018 (www.nautinst.org/seaways)

Lind M., Chua C.P., Bergmann M., Fu X. (2019) Enabling Efficient Tanker Operation through Collaboration and Data-sharing, Ed. 89, pp. 128-131, Port Technology Journal (www.porttechnology.org)

Lind M., Gardeitchik J., Carson-Jackson J., Haraldson S., Zuesongdham P.(2020) ‘Get Smart’ – Developing smart maritime ecosystems, Seaways, July 2020 (www.nautinst.org/seaways)

Lind M., Renz M. (2020) Do maritime authorities have a role in digitalization of shipping? – the “Digital (port)Approach” in a sea transport context, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-07-02 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/The-digital-approach-in-context.pdf)

Lind M., Simha (2020) Don’t Miss Out on Joining the World’s Digital Collaboration, The Maritime Executive, 13/2-2020 (https://maritime-executive.com/editorials/don-t-miss-out-on-joining-the-world-s-digital-collaboration-1)

Lind M., Simha A. (2019) Digital technologies are enabling better collaboration in shipping! Make sure that you are not left out!, 30/10-2019 (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-technologies-enabling-better-collaboration-shipping-lind/ and https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-technologies-enabling-better-collaboration-shipping-simha/)

Lind M., Simha A., Becha H. (2020) Creating value for the transport buyer with Digital Data Streams, 9/3-2020, Maritime executive (https://www.maritime-executive.com/editorials/creating-value-for-the-transport-buyer-with-digital-data-streams)

Lind M., Ward R., Bergmann M., Haraldson S. (2019) How to boost port call operations, Insight no 10, Global Maritime Forum (https://www.globalmaritimeforum.org/news/how-to-boost-port-call-operations)

Lind M., Watson R.T., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Gimenez J. (2017) Empowering Mega-terminals with gigabytes, Ed. 75, pp. 104-106, Port Technology Journal (www.porttechnology.org)

Lind M., Watson R., Chua C. P., Levy D., Theodossiou S., Primor O., Picco A. (2020) A Primer for a Profitable and Sustainable Maritime Business, Smart Maritime Network, 2020-09-09 (https://smartmaritimenetwork.com/2020/09/09/prime-considerations-for-shipping-success/

UNCTAD Articles

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”The COVID-19 crisis has given a further push to maritime informatics and the digitalization of logistics. We now need to ensure that we lock-in the advances made during lock-down. This will then also help us with our next and even bigger challenge: The decarbonization of shipping.” Jan Hoffmann, Chief, Trade Logistics Branch, Division on Technology and Logistics, UNCTAD

Lind M., Lehmacher W., Knäpper I., van Gogh M., Maaouni T., Benhayoun J., Ashikhmin D., Lahmar H., Sigal M. (2021) Collaborative innovation within the maritime sector: the path to grow back better, Article No. 73 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°89 – First Quarter 2021] (https://unctad.org/news/collaborative-innovation-within-maritime-sector-path-grow-back-better)

Lind M., Gogh van M., Becha H., Kouwenhoven N., Lehmacher W., Lund E., Mulder H., Murphy N., Simha A. (2020) Information Sharing Communities for Digitally Enabled Supply Chain Visibility, Article No. 64[UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°88 – Fourth Quarter 2020] (https://unctad.org/news/information-sharing-communities-digitally-enabled-supply-chain-visibility

Lind M., Croston J. C. (2020) Rethinking maritime businesses for the digital age: the evolving role of ship agents, Article No. 49 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°85 – First Quarter 2020] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=2306)

Lind M., Michaelides M., Ward R., Herodotou H., Watson  R.T. (2019) Boosting data-sharing to improve Short Sea Shipping Performance: Evidence from Limassol port calls analysis, Article No. 35 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°82 – Second Quarter 2019] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=2102)

Lind M., Ward R., Bergmann M., Haraldson S., Zerem A. (2019) Digitalizing the port call process, UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Series No. 13, UNCTAD (https://unctad.org/en/pages/PublicationWebflyer.aspx?publicationid=2663)

Lind M., Watson  R.T., Ward R., Bergmann M., Bjørn-Andersen N., Rosemann M., Haraldson, S., Andersen T.,  (2018) Digital Data Sharing: The Ignored Opportunity for Making Global Maritime Transport Chains More Efficient , Article No. 22 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°79 – Third Quarter 2018] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=1850)

Lind M., Watson R., Hoffmann J., Ward R., Michaelides M. (2020) Maritime Informatics: an emerging discipline for a digitally connected efficient, sustainable and resilient industry, Article No. 59[UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°87 – Third Quarter 2020] (https://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=2456 )