Electronics & Navigation

Canadian company Global Spatial Technology Solutions Inc. (GSTS) has agreed a deal with sateillite-AIS provider exactEarth to use its global vessel traffic monitoring system.
On-air tests are being conducted from the former Loran Support Unit site in New Jersey, as a result of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between the US Coast Guard and UrsaNav, which could lead to the system being offered as a potential back-up to the Global Positioning System…
E-navigation company NAVTOR has announced the launch of its ‘Pay As You Sail’ NAVTOR ENC Service, which has received approval from DNV.
Raytheon Anschütz reports that it is now offering an integrated weather chart overlay for its Synapsis ECDIS system, developed in cooperation with German sea weather provider WetterWelt.
Safebridge reports that it has teamed up with Japan Radio Co. Ltd (JRC) to develop type-specific ECDIS training for the JRC ECDIS.
FURUNO reports that it has reached agreement with the Turkish company Özsay, the national distributor for FURUNO in Turkey, and the Greek training centre GMC for the provision of FURUNO type specific ECDIS training.
VSTEP, in cooperation with its distribution partner Shipbridge, reports that it has successfully delivered and installed a NAUTIS desktop simulator at the National Taiwan Ocean University in Keelung, Taiwan.
North Invent has introduced its new 19-inch Sea Line MK3 (LED) maritime display, designed primarily for ECDIS, radar, Integrated Bridge System and engine room applications.
Thomas Gunn Navigation Services has announced that it has been awarded a new contract by Unicom to supply an additional 43 vessels with its outfit management service, adding to the 78 vessels already being supplied with navigation solutions, the bulk of the Unicom fleet.
Videotel and Safebridge, in conjunction with Safebridge sister company MSG MarineServe, report that they are to work together to provide a range of generic and product specific ECDIS training.
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