Veson Nautical has announced the introduction of Veslink IMOSlive, an end-to-end shipping platform optimised for the web that combines the company’s existing IMOSlive Cloud infrastructure with the web access and partner connectivity of its online Veslink systems.
DNV GL is launching a new industry data platform called ‘Veracity’, being built in collaboration with Microsoft Azure and other companies, which is designed to help improve data quality and management, and facilitate connections between data owners and users.
Idwal Marine, a provider of ship inspection services, has launched a free Cloud-based online platform to provide quotations and deliver reporting for vessel condition, pre-purchase and pre-charter inspection services.
The Dubai-based Marcura Group has launched a new Cloud-based collaboration tool for the maritime industry called MarDocs, to be used in the automation of chartering processes.
Sea IT reports that it has won a new contract with Alba Tankers to install its BlueCLOUD system at two more of the company’s office locations in Poland and Sweden, to add to an existing installation at its Danish headquarters in Aalborg, as well as implementing multiple products such as such as BlueCONNECT, BlueSKY and BlueSTAR on board the vessels Atlantic and OW Baltic.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) and the new Technology Centre for Offshore and Marine Singapore (TCOMS) have agreed to work together in the joint development of technology and infrastructure for future marine and offshore systems, as well as in areas like digital and data innovation, and research on robotic autonomous systems in the marine environment.
Maritime software provider Veson Nautical reports that it has added ten new clients to its user community over the last five months, agreeing deals with shipping companies across the world in a range of trades, including dry bulk, wet, and chemical.
Ericsson has agreed two new maritime technology partnerships, announcing that it will work with both SpeedCast and Pole Star on separate projects to expand its offering for the shipping sector.
Voyage Data Recorder manufacturer NetWave has introduced its new SeaWise ‘Big Data’ technology, with the aim of assisting shipowners in analysing and improving long term ship technical performance as well as providing reporting via a shore-based virtual private Cloud environment.
Hanseaticsoft is adding a new CFM Purchase module to its Cloud Fleet Manager maritime software package, to allow for the central management of purchasing processes, including ordering and budgeting, in a single application.
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