German shipping company NSC Schifffahrtsgesellschaft mbH & Cie. KG (NSC) is to use Condition Monitoring (CM) data to reduce the number of open-up inspections across its fleet.
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Germanischer Lloyd (GL) have renewed and expanded a strategic innovation cooperation agreement between the organisations, to jointly identify and develop new technologies and applications for the shipping industry.
An agreement has been signed to merge DNV and GL, creating a new entity called DNV GL Group.
FutureShip, the maritime consulting arm of Germanischer Lloyd (GL), reports it has provided EFNAV Company of Athens with its 1,000th SEEMP (Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan) system.
Germanischer Lloyd is releasing the successor to the Incident Management module in its GL ShipManager software package, to be named Safety Management Reporting.
GL Maritime Software reports that it has agreed two new deals in China and Germany, for its GL HullManager and GL MachineryManager software respectively.
GL Maritime Software has introduced its GL Crew Manager software system, used to assist in crewing, recruitment and various other aspects of human resource management.
DNV has developed a simulation model using global shipping data and technology specific information to predict the deployment of emission reduction and energy efficiency technologies up to 2020, and has released information on the results of its work.
DNV has signed an agreement to acquire COEX AS, a company based in Bergen, Norway, offering software systems for the maritime industry.
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