Providing AR solutions for safer, more efficient, and sustainable operations.


Providing AR solutions for safer, more efficient, and sustainable operations.


The shipping industry is facing numerous challenges that are impacting its ability to operate effectively and efficiently.

One of the biggest challenges is overcapacity, which is putting pressure on freight rates and making it difficult for companies to make a profit.

Shipping companies are also facing increased pressure to reduce their environmental footprint, comply with stricter environmental regulations, and minimize waste.

In addition, there is a shortage of skilled workers in the industry, making it difficult for companies to find the personnel they need to operate their ships and ports effectively.

Cybersecurity risks are also a growing concern, as the industry becomes more reliant on technology and digital systems.

Finally, port congestion is becoming an issue, as the number of ships calling at ports increases and puts pressure on facilities, leading to increased costs and delays.

To overcome these challenges, shipping companies must be proactive and innovative in finding solutions.

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Remote AR/XR wearable technologies can play a key role in addressing these challenges by providing a range of benefits to the industry addressing the increased demand for safer, more efficient, and sustainable operations.

In order to succeed in the competitive and rapidly evolving maritime industry, shipping companies must be proactive in addressing the challenges and finding innovative solutions to overcome them.




AR/XR wearables can provide real-time information and instructions to workers, reducing the risk of human error and increasing overall safety. For example, workers can be guided through complex maintenance procedures, minimizing the risk of injury or accidents.


AR/XR wearable solutions allow workers to access technical manuals, schematics, and other important information in real-time, without interrupting their work. This streamlines operations, reduces downtime and eliminates the need for workers to pause their tasks to search for information.


Real-time communication and information sharing between team members can lead to improved decision-making, reduced downtime and increased productivity.


By enabling remote inspections and reducing the need for travel and training sessions, AR/XR wearables can result in significant cost savings for shipping companies.

Use Case: RINA



The second largest registry experiencing innovative, safe and efficient ways to leverage technologies to make life easier for its clients.

First worldwide, the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR) has approved the use of RINA’s remote technology for inspections of Liberian flagged vessels. It is anticipated that the decision of LISCR could shortly be followed by other Flag Administrations.

The shipping industry is currently facing an unprecedented challenge and shoulders the responsibility of maintaining the flow of international trade during COVID-19 crisis. Remaining flexible and adjusting procedures in a way that protects personnel from exposure to the virus, while also increasing efficiency, is vital.

RINA provides a wide range of services across the Energy, Marine, Certification, Transport & Infrastructure and Industry sectors. With over 3,900 employees and 200 offices in 70 countries worldwide, RINA is a member of key international organizations and an important contributor to the development of new legislative standards.

Shipowner d’Amico for many years has been collaborating with RINA to apply technology to the shipping industry and took advantage of this facility in a pilot case on his fleet. Through Kiber System RINA made the “Cielo di Gaspesie” vessel’s inspection completely accessible during a time when surveyor travel was near to impossible.

Through Kiber 3 Kit, the sophisticated portable headset with camera complete with head-up display, Kiber 3 Web, the powerful web-based platform for remote collaboration, and Kiber 3 Field, the new smartphone app – in addition to remote inspections techniques such as drones – RINA made it possible to inspect the vessel with an appointed crew member on board. RINA’s surveyors were able to take control attending remotely the inspection session.

With Kiber, RINA adjusted its procedures in a way that protect personnel from exposure to the COVID-19 virus, while also increasing efficiency. Shipowners and all operators in the sector can now rely on a technologically advanced solution to protect human life and to ensure the continuity of operations efficiently.

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