DNV has certified Force Technology’s SimFlex Cloud navigation simulator platform.
Navis has expanded its suite of terminal operating system (TOS) solutions, delivering enhanced capabilities to further digitise cargo flows, enable more efficient decision making, and provide better integration and collaboration within the supply chain ecosystem.
Danish bridge simulator specialist Force Technology has launched SimFlex Cloud, a dedicated software-as-a-service (Saas) solution offering highly realistic navigation training.
Marlink has reached the 1,000-ship milestone for ITLink Monitor, its solution for simplified IT system monitoring and compliance.
Global exploration and production company Neptune Energy has opted to migrate its IBM Maximo asset management system to the cloud, following the closure of one of its German data centres.
DNV has introduced a new class D for its ST-0033 Maritime Simulator Systems. The new standard enables DNV to start certifying simulators that are compliant.
Tracesafe has announced a two-year wearable technology agreement with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines for the company’s fleet of cruise ships.
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.
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