Electronics & Navigation

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.
Transas reports that two new maritime training facilities in the US and in Indonesia featuring its simulation technology are now open, and ready to accept cadets for training.
The Nautical Institute has published a set of ‘Industry Recommendations for ECDIS Training’, with the aim of addressing what it calls “confusion” with regard to ECDIS training.
A new Offshore Vessel Simulator at the SimSea AS maritime training centre in Haugesund, Norway, has opened.
Navico has updated its Simrad brand Broadband Radar software development kit (BRPC SDK) to allow OEM and third party developers to integrate the technology with their own applications.
Veripos reports that it has won an extension of its positioning contract with Siem Meling Offshore DA, the Stavanger-based shipping company jointly owned by Siem Offshore and OH Meling.
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