If no one knows what the pretty lights are for and what they mean, all the sensors and indicators in the world are nothing more than decoration. If no one knows what to do when their world goes sideways then there isn't much that technology can do to save them. Maersk ships have 13 trained and qualified people, Yogi might have had 2 but, judging by the few reports out there and their CVs, neither of them knew much about the boat. The French will never, ever, admit a failure of their licensing or training system. They will never, ever, allow the world to think that a French crew could have any responsibility for a situation that took 8 hours to sink a boat. I suspect January 15 will come and go just like the rest of the "deadlines" for news and reports about this incident. I think there are a lot of people who just want this to go away and charter guests who might be victims of the same problem, and crews who need to know what happened so they can prevent it from happening again simply don't count.