Satellite AIS provider exactEarth has announced a Strategic Alliance Agreement with Larus Technologies, a Canada-based provider of adaptive learning and predictive analytics software, which will see the companies work together to develop and market Big Data analytics-based software applications and information services.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) reports that it has delivered a series of simulation upgrades to Quality Maritime Training’s (QMT) facilities in both Jacksonville and Saint Petersburg, in the US state of Florida.
Navigation data provider Nautisk has launched a new FlatFee service, offering customers a fixed annual price for ENCs.
Transas has partnered with Theyr Ltd in the UK to incorporate the British company’s weather and ocean data within the Transas Navi-Planner 4000.
Raytheon Anschütz has agreed a new contract for the delivery of its Synapsis Integrated Navigation System (INS) to a Crew Change Vessel (CCV) under construction for Danish shipping company Esvagt at Astilleros Zamakona Shipyard in Spain.
Following three years of research and development, the e-Compliance project, part funded by the EU’s FP7 programme, says it is ready to present a number of key concepts it has developed.
The Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative (AAWA) has introduced the project’s first commercial ship operators: ferry operator Finferries and dry bulk cargo carrier ESL Shipping Oy.
Mandatory requirements for the electronic exchange of information on cargo, crew and passengers have been adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), obliging public authorities to establish systems for data transfers within a period of three years after the adoption of the amendments.
Kongsberg reports that is to make new software developed in cooperation with Danish dry cargo and product tanker company Norden available to all of its fleet and vessel management software customers.
Videotel has announced a partnership with the Marine Learning Alliance (MLA), a UK-based marine industry education and training company, to award credits toward a bachelor’s or master’s degree in science (BSc or MSc) to seafarers who have completed certain Videotel courses.
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