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CHAPTER 7 Botport law – the regulatory agenda for the transition to smart ports

New Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Shipping law in the 21st Century

Page 90 CHAPTER 7 Botport law – the regulatory agenda for the transition to smart ports Botport law – the regulatory agenda for the transition to smart ports Professor Dr Eric Van Hooydonk 1 1 Our objective: an exploration of Botport law The objective of this paper is to explore briefly what regulatory changes may be needed as ports become ‘smarter’. The ‘perfect’ smart port is characterised by calls by unmanned ships, automation of port operations and digitisation of port-related processes and handling of data.

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