Navigation services provider Novaco has developed a new all-in-one navigation data and tracking product for commercial and leisure vessels. NovacoHub delivers and integrates secure navigation data to the bridge, while also providing real-time tracking and vessel positioning information.
Wärtsilä Voyage has introduced Wärtsilä SmartMove Suite to the shipping market, a solution for semi-autonomous sailing featuring the industry’s most advanced sensors and high-accuracy ship control systems.
Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, has identified its top predictions and trends that will drive the industry in 2021 and the technology that will be most impactful for meaningful operations in the coming year.
SailPlan is building an intelligent navigation platform for ships that will make navigation dramatically safer and more efficient in a world with an ever-growing demand for cargo.
The Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) has approved a set of technical solutions to enable remote and automatic navigation (a-Nav) on ships under the RS regulation, most of which are registered under the Russian flag.
Innovez One, a provider of port management software for ports and towage operators, is embarking on a collaboration to automate and digitise Singapore’s last-mile delivery of launch operations at its Marina South Pier (MCP) and West Coast Pier (WCP).
Rolls-Royce has acquired Servowatch Systems, a UK-based international supplier of integrated marine automation solutions for navies, commercial vessels and large yachts. Representatives of Rolls-Royce's Power Systems business unit and the company’s previous owner, the Indian engineering, procurement and construction projects, manufacturing, defence and services group Larsen & Toubro, signed the contracts on 2 December.
The Norwegian Coastal Administration has released the first iteration of an automated ship reporting service, which is part of KONGSBERG’s SESAME Solution II e-navigation project.
Cavotec has been chosen to supply automated e-charging systems for the world’s first fleet of zero-emission, autonomous battery powered ships in Norway. The company has also been chosen to supply automated vacuum mooring systems for ports in Australia and New Zealand.
Australian freight forwarder and global logistics business, Seaway has selected the London based logistics software solution Shipamax to automate data capture for its Bill of Lading and AP Invoice document types.
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