Electronics & Navigation

Hatteland Display has added four new sizes to its range of second generation Series X Panel Computers for maritime applications.
Swedish maritime technology company Adveto has announced that it has commenced development of its new ECDIS platform, called ECDIS G8.
Raytheon Anschütz, via its Norwegian distributor Syberg AS, has been awarded a contract for the supply of its Synapsis Integrated Navigation System (INS) to a new windfarm service vessel being built for Danish shipowner ESVAGT.
The EU-backed Sea Traffic Management (STM) project reports that it has entered its second procurement phase and is currently searching for an additional ECDIS manufacturer to get involved with the initiative to further test interoperability between various systems and providers.
IMO has announced the first two institutes selected to host regional Maritime Technology Cooperation Centres (MTCCs) as part of its EU-funded project to help mitigate the harmful effects of climate change.
Radio Holland Malaysia (RHM) has agreed a contract with Destini Shipbuilding & Engineering for the supply of navigation and communication equipment to six New Generation Patrol Craft (NGPC) being built for the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA).
Users of Fugro’s G4 satellite correction service will be able to benefit from extended Galileo functionality following the launch of Europe’s satellite navigation system’s ‘initial services’ capability.
Rutter reports that it has issued major updates to its sigma S6 Ice Navigator radar system, adding an Advanced Ice Analysis capability to offer improved ice detection and tracking as well as other intelligent tools to automatically identify features within ice fields.
A 3D Printing firm focusing on creating items for the maritime industry is set to open at the Innovation Dock at the Port of Rotterdam, with RAMLAB to begin operating in December 2016.
British ferry company P&O Ferries, an operator of ferries sailing from the UK to Ireland and Continental Europe, has selected GNS to provide navigation products and services for its fleet of 15 vessels.
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