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NYK has announced that Takuji Nakai, an NYK corporate officer, has resigned from his position, effective September 30, 2017, to assume a position in a company arising from the integration of the container shipping businesses of Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd., Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd., and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha.

Updated positions, duties, and responsibilities of NYK directors and corporate officers are provided in the attached file.

 

Positions-Duties-and-Responsibilities-of-Directors-etc.pdf

 

Name

New Role

Previous Role

Takuji Nakai

Ocean Network Express Japan Ltd.

Senior Managing Director

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha Corporate Officer

* Resignation tendered on his own accord.

The NYK Group (Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, MTI Co., Ltd.) and Norwegian Partner Dualog have entered into a collaboration with the NTT Group (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, NTT DATA Corporation), on a proof-of-concept experiment for a next generation onboard IoT platform.

The experiment is focused on validation of the below technology, which is expected to benefit the maritime industry in actual sea operations:

  • Data gathering from an expanding array of onboard sensors and monitoring equipment
  • Remote distribution and management of onboard applications
  • Monitoring of ship equipment, event analyses, and intelligent alerts

The NYK Group (NYK and MTI) will use the maritime IoT knowledge gained through the development of its ship information management system (SIMS) and SIMS2 to promote a safe and efficient onboard IoT platform. NYK will utilize the outcome of this collaboration to create and share an open platform throughout the maritime industry, in association with Class NK, DNV-GL, and ship machinery and equipment makers.

NTT will apply edge-computing technology to the IoT platform in the maritime industry to enable the management of applications at edge servers onboard, high-speed data exchange among a variety of different machinery, and real-time distributed processing. With extensive expertise in data-analysis technology and business consulting, and making use of the NTT Group AI technology “corevo®,”* NTT DATA will provide IoT solutions that will contribute to creating value in a new digital platform at sea.

Dualog will apply its advanced technology and competence for the maritime digital data transportation platform, which will ensure that internet, email, and cloud services work reliably and securely onboard from any satellite communications provider.

  

About NTT

Formed from various technology companies, the NTT Group is one of the world’s leading ICT companies. Managed from offices all over the world, the NTT Group’s network provides customers with services, support and experts. It has consolidated sales of $105 billion, 275,000 employees and more than 240 data centers. Today, 88% of Fortune 100 companies rely on the NTT Group as their business partner.

About Dualog

Established in 1994, Dualog provides a maritime digital platform which ensures that internet, email and cloud services work reliably and securely onboard. It enables and optimises all the IT services and tools you need for efficient management of your vessels. Dualog’s IT solutions are installed on more than 3000 ships in worldwide trades.

 

*corevo® is a registered trademark of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation.

http://www.ntt.co.jp/corevo/e/index.html

NYK will deploy a binary cycle power generation system on a newly constructed Panamax* bulk carrier to be operated by the company. The system will generate electricity from the exhaust heat emitted by the marine engine's air cooler. In addition, NYK will provide the system developer with operational data from the ship to help improve the product.

A binary cycle power generation system for ships has been jointly developed by Kobe Steel, Ltd., Miura Co. Ltd., and Asahi Shipping Co. Ltd. and has received approval as “environmental equipment” from Japan’s ship classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK). The generated electric power will serve as auxiliary power and will reduce CO2 emissions by up to 2.3 percent by decreasing fuel consumption.

NYK has previously equipped Capesize** bulk carriers and pure car and truck carriers with hybrid power supply systems to utilize exhaust heat from engine exhaust gas. However, the binary cycle power generation system will give the opportunity to reuse engine exhaust heat to generate electricity on Pamamax vessels.

As an organization that conducts business activities globally, the NYK Group has positioned global environmental conservation as one of its most important issues and will continue its efforts to make use of advanced environmentally consciousness technology.

* Panamax: 60,000 – 119,999 dwt

** Capesize: Over 120,000 dwt