Denmark and Singapore in new research agreement

Denmark and Singapore strengthen their cooperation. Two new research and development projects between the countries are in the pipeline for the coming year, says CEO of the Danish Maritime Authority, Andreas Nordseth, to ShippingWatch.

Like 14,000 other people from the shipping industry, Andreas Nordseth, CEO of the Danish Maritime Authority, visited the Singapore Maritime Week. In light of the Danish ministerial cooperation with Singapore, he brought back with him an agreement to establish a research and development cooperation between Danish and Singaporean research institutions in the coming year.

"We will pursue two specific projects, which will be done by Danish university and a research institution in Singapore. The projects will follow two trajectories. One is the green agenda, where the project deals with exploring the maritime environmental area from a technological angle. This is an area where we can see that something really needs to happen," says Andreas Nordseth, and continues:

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