AMMITEC, the association of shipping IT managers based in Greece, has launched a new set of guidelines for vessel operators in dealing with the issue of cyber security.
Korean satellite antenna manufacturer KNS, has announced a series of new antennas in a variety of different bands aimed at a range of different vertical sectors, including commercial shipping, fishing and leisure craft.
Universal Marine and MirTac report that they have successfully completed the implementation of the Star Fleet Management software system onboard the new bulkers Pride and Star II.
ABB has opened a second Integrated Operations Centre in Helsinki, to provide real time vessel monitoring services to the passenger, cargo and icegoing vessel sectors.
Oceans HQ, a provider of software to Maritime Administrations, has signed an agreement to deliver a new digital vessel registration system to the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), to form part of MCA’s 2016/17 digital strategy.
Telenor Satellite has announced the commercial availability of services on its THOR 7 Ka-band satellite.
Satellite AIS company exactEarth has launched a new series of Knowledge Libraries, available both as standalone web services and an add-on to the exactEarth ShipView system, which will add dozens of new attributes and analytics to allow authorities to define vessels of interest based on unique mandates, area of responsibility, vessel population and operational requirements.
Danelec Marine reports that it has received orders to supply Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs) for 27 new Maersk containerships, currently under construction at shipyards in China and Korea.
Transas has built a simulator model of a proposed new cruise terminal currently under discussion in the Cayman Islands, to be used to inform Cayman authorities on the logistical and environmental implications of constructing the new facility by running simulations of ship traffic to and from Grand Cayman.
IRClass, the Indian classification society, has announced the release of its new technical software IR-HULL, developed to verify ship design compliance to its Rules and Regulations for the Construction and Classification of Steel Ships.
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