The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) is preparing the launch of digital certificates via a new app, allowing seafarers to access their certificates quickly and easily.
Zurich-based MESPAS and Singapore-based NETVISION have teamed up to provide an integrated software package for technical ship management and crewing.
V.Group has launched the first wave of its V.Crew Connect app in India, allowing seafarers to update their availability for their next assignment, sign contracts, and manage documentation online from any location.
CWind, part of the Global Marine Group (GMG), a provider of topside, splash zone and subsea engineering services has implemented CrewSmart’s management support service across its fleet of 21 crew transfer vessels (CTVs) and team of offshore wind technicians.
Germany-based maritime training technology company Safebridge has launched myCert, a digital platform which utilises blockchain technology to provide a secure online environment to manage maritime certification.
Maritime Blockchain Labs (MBL), a joint initiative between BLOC and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, has announced the establishment of a consortium to pilot a blockchain-based seafarer certification system, which includes The Mission to Seafarers, Maersk, Heidmar, PTC Holdings Corp, Hanseaticsoft, Navozyme and C-LOG.
Maritime software company ShipNet has announced a new partnership with ShipMate to integrate ShipMate’s workflow capabilities for crew management and payroll solutions with ShipNet’s fleet management system, used for safety management, planned maintenance services (PMS) and procurement.
Maritime HR and payroll technology company Adonis has announced that it has completed an integration project to connect its system with the Brightwell Navigator payments platform, with the new capabilities to be made available in the latest updated versions of Adonis Personnel Manager.
V.Group is to launch a new app for seafarers, alongside the opening of an upgraded training centre in Manila, to improve crewing performance and assist in planning as part of its Project Embark programme.
Germany-based Hanseaticsoft has launched an updated version of its Rest Hours module as part of its Cloud Crewing maritime software system, designed to assist in managing crew schedules and seafarers’ working hours.
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