Maritime Software

Crystal Cruises in the United States is implementing the Adonis crew management software system on its fleet of river cruise vessels.
ClassNK has begun operational trials for a new ‘ClassNK e-Certificate’, a system to provide ships’ class certificates and statutory certificates issued on behalf of flag states in electronic format.
Korean heavy lift company TPI Megaline is to implement ABB’s OCTOPUS marine software on one of its vessels, the Mega Caravan, used to transport huge loads such as oil rigs and drill ships.
Norwegian company EVRY AS has announced the termination of its ‘MarineLink from EVRY’ eCommerce product. As a result, the management team at MarineLink has moved to set up a new company of their own to offer cloud based maritime procurement and related services, to be called Kinnetik Solutions.
Ship management company Synergy Marine Group has selected Q88’s voyage management solution, Q88VMS, to support the company’s commercial operations delivered through Synergy Marine Commercial Management.
Ulysses Systems has added two new Hartmann Group companies to its client base, with Cyprus-based Intership Navigation and Donnelly Tanker Management to implement the Task Assistant software package.
Videotel has revised its ballast water management (BWM) computer based training package to address the requirements of the IMO’s newly ratified BWM Convention, a global treaty that is designed to stop the spread of invasive species from ships’ ballast water.
Seagull Maritime has launched a Training Analytics tool using automated prompts to help managers to benchmark training activity levels and prioritise follow up.
Wärtsilä subsidiary Eniram has launched SkyLight, a new fleet performance monitoring service that collects data about a ship’s movements every five minutes to be sent via satellite to Eniram’s data centre.
The European Commission has granted €6.2 million in funding to the SHIPLYS (Ship Lifecycle Software Solutions) research project, a group of 12 maritime companies and research facilities from several European countries working to develop simulation and modelling tools to improve ship design and production.
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