Dubai-based Elcome International has introduced a new field service management concept harnessing technologies like mixed reality, artificial intelligence (AI), holographic computing, Cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT), collaborative databases and knowledge-based software tools to create a new data-driven ship services model.
Elcome International reports that it has established a new calibration lab and electronics component repair facility at its headquarters in Dubai, with the services operated by Navicom Calibration, a wholly owned subsidiary.
Elcome International reports that it has agreed a deal to supply electrical switchboards, safety, monitoring and control systems for three vessels under construction at Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB).
Elcome International has announced the signing of fleet service agreements with two major ship operators in the Middle East, covering navigation, communications and other on board electronic systems.
Danelec Marine and its distribution partner Elcome International have reported new deals to supply Danelec DM100 Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs) to 14 ships in the Middle East.
Elcome International today announced that it is supplying elements of the new maritime communication network for the Sultanate of Oman, under a subcontract awarded in April by Austria’s Frequentis.
Elcome International has been awarded a contract by a shipyard in UAE to supply the complete electrical, electronics and ship control package for a cable-handling ship conversion project.
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