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Items filtered by date: July 2020

Unifeeder and We4Sea have signed a cooperation agreement to roll-out the We4Sea Digital Twin based performance monitoring solution across Unifeeder’s fleet with the aim to reduce ships’ fuel consumption and emissions.

Bureau Veritas (BV) has expanded its remote survey capability with the addition of new centre in Singapore.

Digital navigation solutions provider ChartWorld has received ECDIS Type Approval from the Japan MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) to support Japan-Flag vessels.

As researchers deepen their understanding of autonomous and remote vessel operations, a new breed of smart ship systems combining simulation capability and artificial intelligence is emerging.

exactEarth, provider of satellite-AIS data services, has expanded an alliance agreement (the “Amended Agreement”) with one of its existing channel partners (the Partner).

Neptune Cyber has launched an innovative new online tool to ensure marine operators stay ahead of new cyber risk regulations that take force in January 2021.

By Mr. Dana A. Goward, president of the Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation.

A year-long study sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA) says that the United Kingdom (UK) should create a “hybrid system” of positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) capability to ensure uninterrupted maritime commerce and protect its critical infrastructure. The 1,174 page report concludes that a combination of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), eLoran, and the short range R-mode VDES, is needed for maritime navigation. These would also benefit other critical national infrastructures. It also recommends local positioning systems such as LOCATA for port operations.

Kongsberg Maritime has introduced a new facility to its Vessel Insight portfolio to help shipowners monitor onboard equipment via one unified interface and predict failures through early detection of abnormal behaviour.

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By Mikael Lind, RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden) and Mikael Renz, SMA (Swedish Maritime Administration).

The ports of the world have an important role in enabling sustainable transport through the combination of multiple transport means. In this regard, a port needs to be seen as a transhipment hub catering for the needs of multiple transport modes that engages many different actors; private and public.[1]

Wednesday, 01 July 2020 18:17

ABS launches remote online training

ABSG Consulting has launched a remote training online option to provide its classroom training courses during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

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