Seagull Maritime has upgraded the Seagull Training App to version 2.0, for both Android and iOS, to improve usability across a range of mobile devices, with dynamic screen layouts for different sized displays.
Maersk Fluid Technology (MFT) has upgraded its SEA-Mate Blending-on-Board Value Calculator to include a mobile optimised version, to allow users to evaluate the different potential lubricant costs with regard to their specific engine and running conditions in a variety of real life scenarios while on the move.
ABB Turbocharging has developed a new digital application to identify the potential operational risks of replacing turbocharger parts with non-original components, using data from turbocharger failure scenario simulations to calculate the impact of parts from manufacturers that do not fit ABB turbocharger specifications.
Da Gama Maritime (DGM) has announced the launch of its new Vasco App, approved by the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) to provide official paper chart corrections to the mariner via a tablet.
German software provider Hanseaticsoft reports that it is expanding its Inspection Report software for ship inspections and audits to new mobile platforms with its latest release.
MESPAS has launched an integrated mobile App for its maritime supply chain management software.
ClassNK has launched its NK-SHIPS app, a mobile version of the classification society’s free, web-based information service for owners, operators, and managers of NK-classed vessels or vessels whose ISM/ISPS/MLC are registered with the Japanese organisation.
The Sailors’ Society, a seafarer support charity operating internationally, has launched a new ‘Wellness at Sea’ app which aims to improve on board health and wellbeing at sea by putting seafarers’ wellness in their own hands.
Hanseaticsoft reports that it has integrated Microsoft’s new Continuum feature from Windows 10 into its Inspection Report, to allow Windows smartphones to interact with the same program as found on a desktop PC.
A new mobile video app has been developed based on the ‘eviid’ system from UK company YRFree, designed specifically for use in remote or hostile maritime environments via a low-bandwidth satellite link.
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