Wärtsilä Voyage’s NTPRO (Navi-Trainer Professional 5000) navigational simulator has attained certification according to the new DNV Class D standard for cloud-based simulators.
ABB’s automation, propulsion and switchboard systems for vessels have successfully been verified to meet DNV’s class notation ‘Cyber secure SP0’, based on the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) guidelines for cyber risk management.
Kongsberg Digital’s (KDI) K-Sim Engine, K-Sim Cargo and K-Sim Navigation simulator training solutions will be the first to attain certification according to the new DNV class D standard.
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.
Ocean Infinity, a marine robotics and deep sea data acquisition company, is implementing ShipManager fleet management software for 17 new robotic ships and additional autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).
DNV has launched a new Mobile Inspection App to help shipowners and managers digitalise and streamline the workflow, record and follow-up of their onboard safety inspections. The app also provides onshore staff with instant access to the results.
Navtor has completed a major upgrade of its NavStation software, introducing new features delivering enhanced security, usability, accuracy and efficiency for an increasingly digitised shipping industry.
DNV GL will change its name to DNV on March 1, 2021. The move comes after a comprehensive review of the company’s strategy as it positions itself for a world in which many of DNV’s markets are undergoing fundamental change.
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