Cruise and passenger transport company Tallink is to integrate the Pinfabb_ECO Smart Stabilizers software system on board a vessel operating between Sweden and Latvia.
Simrad has launched its 27-inch M5027 optically bonded HD LCD monitor for the commercial marine market, designed to meet the colour calibration requirements of ECDIS systems and the size requirements of 320mm CAT1 radar systems.
The majority of the global SOLAS fleet is now compliant with the SOLAS regulations on ECDIS carriage, according to the latest data published by the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO).
Telenor Satellite has approved the BB75 Ka-band antenna, produced by Skytech, for maritime users of Telenor’s THOR 7 Ka-band payload.
Golar LNG has agreed a deal to use BASSnet software for the management of its fleet of 23 LNG carriers, as part of a project to insource all of its ship management functions and better integrate shipping company operations.
Singapore based dry bulk owner, Berge Bulk, has completed the implementation of the Sertica software system from Logimatic on 34 vessels, the culmination of a project that began in January 2015.
The North P&I Club in the UK has set out the growing range of cyber risks now facing shipowners in a new loss prevention briefing entitled ‘Cyber Risks and Shipping’, which highlights the need for mitigation measures to be taken by shipowners against cyber attacks.
“K” Line Ship Management in Singapore is to implement ClassNK’s machinery condition monitoring and automatic diagnostic system ClassNK CMAXS LC-A on one of its container vessels, the first commercial application of the software.
SpeedCast and Korean satellite service provide KTsat report that they have been awarded a new contract to provide global Ku-band maritime communications services to up to 150 vessels, though the shipping companies in question have not been named.
ABS has completed a project with a group of leading Greek shipowners to support preparations for implementing the European Union’s Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) regulation for CO2 emissions.
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