The UKHO has claimed that, based on its data, 54 per cent of tankers are now equipped to comply with the 1 July 2015 ECDIS mandate – however, this leaves more than 4,000 tankers that are not yet using an ENC service as the deadline approaches.
ChartWorld has launched its eGlobe G2 training programme, to train mariners on the use of its ECDIS technology.
Following its acquisition of MARIS late last year, Navico has introduced the latest updates to the company's ECDIS systems, the MARIS ECDIS900 MK5 and MK15.
Danelec Marine has introduced its new ECDIS platform, which features the company's SoftWare Advanced Protection (SWAP) technology for shipboard service.
The UK’s Maritime and Coastguard agency (MCA) has removed its requirement for ECDIS Ship Specific Equipment Training in its latest Marine Information Note (MIN 503).
Swire Pacific Offshore (SPO) Singapore has selected ECDIS Ltd as its training partner for a project that will see the UK-based company deliver various ECDIS courses over the next two years.
Norway’s NAVTOR and Sweden’s Nautic AB are teaming up to create a new business entity that will combine the respective digital and paper publications of both companies.
ECDIS training provider Safebridge is adding Kelvin Hughes MantaDigital ECDIS to its portfolio of training courses.
German software company Geomaris has announced the release of its eNavigation Kernel SDK.
ECDIS manufacturer Martek Marine has teamed up with ECDIS training provider Safebridge to deliver onboard type-specific ECDIS training without the need for internet connectivity.
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