Museum of Illusions as a Croatian tourist export product: The 16th Museum of Illusions opened in Shanghai

first_imgMUSEUM OF ILLUSION THROUGH THE FRANCHISE MODEL CONQUERS AMERICA AND SOON THE WHOLE WORLD In a prestigious location in Shanghai, close to the famous coastal promenade The Bund, the 16. Museum of Illusions, 14th in the world and first in China.  The story that started from Zagreb, through a franchise model, is spreading all over the world. And after the conquest of New York, The Museum of Illusions has opened its doors in China as well. / / / MUSEUM OF ILLUSION THROUGH THE FRANCHISE MODEL CONQUERS AMERICA AND SOON THE WHOLE WORLD Here is the cover waiting to be published: THE MUSEUM OF ILLUSION CONQUERS THE WORLD. 100TH FRANCHISE OPENED IN… RELATED NEWS: Only some facts speak in favor of that. The Year of Culture and Tourism between Croatia and China, which will be celebrated in November in Shanghai, on the occasion of the 2nd International Import Exhibition in China (China International Import Expo), Croatian presence in Shanghai with HGK and HTZ representations, friendly cooperation between Zagreb and Shanghai which will have its 40th anniversary next year, Dubrovnik SUmmit 16 + 1, established cooperation of tourist boards between Shanghai and Opatija, etc.… This is the largest space of this Museum so far, which has gained worldwide popularity in just four years since the opening of its doors in Zagreb and has become our tourist export product. The Shanghai Museum of Illusions started its work three months after the signing of cooperation between the founder of the Museum of Illusions and Chinese partner, longtime promoter of Croatian-Chinese economic cooperation, Cai Yu, on the sidelines of the Dubrovnik Summit 16 + 1. The intention of the Chinese partner in the souvenir shop of the Museum of Illusions is to offer Croatian products as well, so that they will become available on the Chinese market. The interest of Chinese investors, strengthening ties between Croatia and China, placing our services and products on the Chinese market is constantly emphasized through the media, and the opening of the Museum of Illusion in China is one of the concrete successful economic shifts resulting from the overall positive climate between positive Croatian relations. and China. The Museum of Illusions with its great story and franchise concept has crossed all global boundaries and with currently 16th locations in the world I would not be surprised if in a couple of years the total number of franchises is finally added another zero. In fact, I’m sure that this news will soon adorn all media headlines. last_img read more

New partnership formed in Norway to reduce fuel consumption and emissions for offshore ops

first_img“The partnership is focused on building a platform for intelligent efficiency, made possible only through the integration of operational, information and communication technologies,” said Eirik Mathiesen, Director of Energy Products Integration, Kongsberg Maritime.“Encompassing IoT, new smart sensors on board will stream accurate data to the cloud-based DSS, where deep analysis with intuitive presentation and application will drive equitable and predictable operational performance.”“Going ‘smart’ is integral to maintaining our position as the number one OSV ship manager today and into the future, in a sustainable way,” said Lars Christian Larsen, Senior Project Manager for Energy Management, DOF.“Smart is not just deploying the right technologies. Developing our culture to focus even more on sustainable operations with minimal environmental impact will be as important as the technology we create with Kongsberg, SINTEF Ocean and NORCE. DOF’s maritime experience together with the collection of big data in an operationally logical way will ensure success.”“Information is power, and when that information relates directly to power consumption, it can revolutionize vessel operations, from onboard electrical load management to route optimization for passage by sea,” said Anders Valland, Research Manager, Maritime Energy Systems, SINTEF Ocean.“This is an exciting project that strengthens Norway’s position as the world’s leading offshore and maritime innovator with focus on efficient and sustainable operations.”Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Offshore Energy Today, established in 2010, is read by over 10,000 industry professionals daily. We had nearly 9 million page views in 2018, with 2.4 million new users. This makes us one of the world’s most attractive online platforms in the space of offshore oil and gas and allows our partners to get maximum exposure for their online campaigns. If you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today contact our marketing manager Mirza Duran for advertising options. Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF has formed a partnership with Kongsberg Maritime, SINTEF Ocean, and NORCE, which aims to reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions for complex offshore operations, while streamlining fleet-wide maintenance.For illustration: One of DOF’s vessels. Author: Alan JamiesonEnabled through sponsorship and support from Innovation Norway, the new partnership between four of Norway’s maritime organizations will develop a sophisticated new Decision Support System (DSS) for offshore vessel operations, DOF said in a statement on Monday.“This new predictive, intelligent, and dynamic guidance tool will act as the foundation for DOF to simplify operational complexity with objective measurement, ultimately enabling optimal utilization and more sustainable fleet management,” the company explained.Highlighting the potential of the partnership to catalyze a tangible transformation, the multi-year project is backed with Innovation Norway’s largest funded offshore vessel, environmental technology project in 2018.DOF said that it will be a game-changer in how marine operational decisions are supported by providing more accurate, timely, and easily consumable information to decision makers; from the vessel’s Chief Engineer to the Chief Operation Officer based shore-side. ‘Going smart’ last_img read more