ChartCo has announced that it will be offering a range of training courses following its acquisition of Regs4ships last September.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) reports that a further eight of its ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications are now available in electronic format.
ChartWorld has released its latest generation of ECDIS software, eGlobe G2.
L-3 SAM Electronics reports that it has supplied and installed a range of electrical and electronic equipment aboard two new Dutch multifunction vessels.
Transas Marine has reported that it has installed an ECDIS simulator at Constanta Maritime University, making it one of Romania’s first maritime schools to offer simulated ECDIS training.
SevenCs has announced the launch of ENC Designer 4.6.2, created in line with new IHO validation checks for ENC.
Furuno has announced it has been awarded a contract to supply ECDIS for Greek tanker operator Avin International.
L-3 SAM Electronics has been awarded a contract to provide its NACOS Platinum navigation, automation and control system, as well as communications equipment, for three new Hamburg Süd container ships.
The UKHO has introduced the ADMIRALTY ENC Maintenance Record (NP133C), designed to help seafarers organise the paper records associated with maintenance of ENC and ECDIS.
Navico Holding, parent company to the Simrad brand of maritime navigation systems, has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire ECDIS manufacturer MARIS (Maritime Information Systems) from The Grieg Group.
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