Ship manager OSM Maritime has issued renewed confidence in Nordic cloud provider Visolit by entering a new 3-year contract, with a significant undisclosed value.
Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) has partnered with Wärtsilä Voyage to launch cloud-based simulator training for its maritime training centres worldwide (including Russia, Latvia, Ukraine, Georgia, Korea, Croatia and the Philippines).
Maritime data analytics specialist METIS Cyberspace Technology has completed proof of concept trials to confirm that edge computing from Hivecell is wholly compatible with its cloud-based shipboard data acquisition solution.
In light of the ongoing pandemic and the challenges associated with shipping, the Singapore government has further accelerated its ongoing activities to take a leading role in the digital transformation of the maritime industry. The government strongly recommends shipping companies take action to digitalise their processes and will grant funding for companies that choose innovative solutions.
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.
Tideworks Technology has announced the go-live of its new marine solution, Mainsail 10 with TOTE at its Jacksonville terminal. The go-live is Tideworks’ first cloud-based deployment of Mainsail 10 and marks the successful remote implementation of its solution.
Hanseaticsoft has integrated Microsoft’s Power BI into its fleet management system, Cloud Fleet Manager (CFM), to offer customers enhanced insights into their operational data and drive a data culture across the organisation to improve business decision making.
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