KVH has announced that it will now offer Videotel’s new video about Ebola safety free to all mariners, in an effort to increase awareness of prevention measures against the virus.
The International Maritime Medical Association (IMMA) has launched a free iOS and Android app that lists all the medical and health‐related items needed on board ships.
MTN Communications (MTN) reports that it has doubled the number of cruise ships connected to its Terrestrial Broadband Network (TBN) compared with last year, and has tripled the number of regions where service coverage is available.
Dutch maritime IT provider Port-IT has launched its new on board internet solution, Crew Wi-Fi.
KVH today reports that more than 1,000 seafarers watched the World Cup final via its IP-MobileCast service.
Telemar has launched a new shipboard communications app called toctoc, and confirmed d'Amico Shipping Group as the first customer for the service.
KVH has redesigned Crewtoo, the social network dedicated to seafarers.
Videotel has released a new programme, Social Media at Sea, addressing the dangers of inappropriate use of social media by shipboard personnel.
Imtech Marine today announced that it will start offering a subscription-based service called PressReader next month, which allows ships to download selected newspapers and magazines daily via satellite and offers crew members a local Wi-Fi connection to read them on their personal devices.
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