Nautisk has announced that it is working with MarineMTS on a new system to provide automatic ENC updates to vessels sailing with ECDIS, using the vessels’ shipboard communications.
Dutch shipping company Vroon has agreed a deal with ChartCo for the supply of back-of-bridge management software and navigational and compliance data services to its entire fleet of vessels.
Raytheon Anschütz has announced the launch of what it says is world’s first user-defined ECDIS, with the new Synapsis ECDIS NX software having been developed based on direct input from the company’s customers.
GNS has announced a strategic partnership with SEALL ECDIS Limited, which will see the companies work together in the development of a touchscreen ECDIS system that can integrate with GNS’ back of bridge software.
ChartCo has announced that it has completed a deal to acquire maritime digital document management company Docmap.
Simrad has launched its ECDIS ONE subscription service, a package that includes requirements scoping, planning consultancy, ECDIS hardware, system commissioning, service support and type-specific ECDIS training for a single monthly fee.
Nautisk reports that it has improved its FlatFee service, initially released in 2016, with the inclusion of digital publications and Flag State Regulations in addition to ENCs.
Shipping company GC Rieber has signed a fleet-wide agreement with NAVTOR for the supply of navigation services, data and publications, spanning both paper and digital deliveries, across its seismic and offshore ships.
Da Gama Maritime (DGM) has announced the launch of its new Vasco App, approved by the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) to provide official paper chart corrections to the mariner via a tablet.
NAVTOR has revealed that take up of Pay As You Sail (PAYS) ENC licensing among its customers has now surpassed 80 per cent of all subscribers, with the option having first been introduced by the company in 2012.
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