Collaboration at the workplace or workspace today is one of the most vital aspects as it can determine efficiency and productivity. However, collaboration is often misinterpreted as teamwork, but both are very different. Teamwork is when a group of individuals works towards a common goal, but collaboration is when the output is enhanced as a result of all the different sets of skills and mindsets coming together. Collaboration is a much broader aspect of not just achieving success, but enhancing it.
OneWeb, and Kymeta, have announced the successful testing of the Kymeta u8 based LEO terminal with OneWeb’s LEO satellite constellation.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) and Inmarsat have announced an industry-first collaboration between a satellite communications provider and classification society to provide a connectivity solution that will address challenges experienced during remote surveys.
NSSLGlobal and Telesat have signed a long-term strategic co-operation agreement to collaborate on the commercial and technical aspects of Telesat’s new Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation, Telesat Lightspeed.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between The Alan Turing Institute and the not-for-profit organisation Maritime Digital Hub.
Project logistics company Exclusive Project Network (EPN) has chosen to partner with Shipnext to help its network members unite on a single digital platform. This move is expected to drive stronger collaboration and more efficient networking between its members.
Seably has launched a dedicated and comprehensive cybersecurity awareness training course for the maritime sector in collaboration with marine insurance providers Alandia and maritime cybersecurity specialists Deductive Labs.
Intellian has entered into a US$73 million contract with low earth orbit (LEO) satellite network provider OneWeb to develop and supply affordable compact user terminals.
A new Go-to-Market collaborative platform to drive digitalisation and sustainability in the shipping industry has been launched by Blue Alliance Partners.
Having brought together maritime learning businesses Seagull and Videotel, Ocean Technologies Group (OTG) set its newly united team the challenge to work throughout 2020 on combining the strengths of these businesses into a new state-of-the-art Ocean Learning Platform.
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