NAPA has launched a new onboard stability software solution to increase ship-to-shore transparency and raise the industry benchmark for ship stability and loading management.
SnakeWays has announced a major upgrade to its portfolio of cloud-based ship-to-shore connectivity services, employing machine learning algorithms to dramatically simplify firewall management.
ABS has awarded Approval in Principle (AIP) to technology in an autonomous tug project from ST Engineering, POSH and M1.
Danish maritime software solutions and products supplier, Weilbach, has achieved certification for its new digital logbook platform.
The International Monohull Open Class Association (IMOCA) has named Iridium and Thales as its official communications partners.
Singapore-based liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) transport group Petredec has signed up to Inmarsat’s Fleet Hotspot internet portal service to provide its crew with better connectivity, following an extension of its Fleet Xpress service agreement with Inmarsat.
Greek shipmanager A.M. Nomikos has chosen KVH AgilePlans to provide VSAT connectivity for crew welfare and vessel operations.
Marlink has launched its new Application Partner Programme, designed to support rapid digitalisation in the maritime industry by providing direct digital enablement benefits to ship operators and application providers.
Rolls-Royce and Sea Machines Robotics have announced a new partnership to provide a complete set of fully and semi-autonomous vessel control solutions via a single source.
Software company FrontM has partnered with systems integrator Marshal Systems to provide marine businesses in South East Asia with access to both companies’ combined communication tools and platform services.
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