Thermal imaging company FLIR Systems has released two small night vision systems designed for use on sea-going vessels: MD-625 and MD-324.
SingTel reports that it has introduced a CCTV system which it says requires lower data transmission than most standard technology on the market.
Videotel reports that it has revised and updated its Piracy and Armed Robbery training programme.
India’s Ministry of Shipping has introduced a new amendment to the ship security plans for Indian flagged ships which will require them to be equipped with CCTV cameras as part as their anti-piracy measures.
Marine MTS, based in Aberdeen, UK, has developed a new Sentinel software system which aims to combat piracy by tracking user vessels remotely.
A new anti-piracy system has been launched, combining surveillance and recognition technology with defensive measures to prevent pirates from boarding ships.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has introduced two new Admiralty Maritime Security Charts to cover The Mediterranean (Q6111) and The Persian Gulf (Q6110).
A range of new anti-piracy systems from providers Applied Satellite Engineering (ASE) and Beam Communications, utilising either the Iridium or Inmarsat satellite networks, have been launched.
AtoBviaC Plc reports that it has introduced a new Anti-Piracy Routeing Tool as part of the BP Shipping Marine Distance Tables.
Singapore based APL, a wholly owned subsidiary of Neptune Orient Line, has successfully deployed the iPoP-Network Solutions for Vessels system from Gentay to expand existing ship networks and extend network coverage.
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