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).
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.
Navico-owned Simrad has announced the launch of its E5024 ECDIS system, a new type-approved ECDIS targeted at the commercial marine sector.
PC Maritime and its Estonian trading partner Marine Technics have won a contract to supply Navmaster ECDIS to 28 Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company (ACSC) vessels.
Global Navigation Solutions (GNS) is introducing a new way to purchase Electronic Navigation Charts (ENCs) that it says will simplify the process and provide better value for ship operators.
SevenCs has announced the launch of a new version of its ORCA Master ECS (electronic chart system) product series.
NAVTOR reports that it will be supplying Norwegian ship owner Odfjell with e-navigation solutions for its 50-strong fleet of chemical tankers and LPG/Ethylene carriers.
UK based Chersoft has announced that a major upgrade to its Tides Database (TdB) software has been completed by the Service hydrographique et océanographique de la marine (SHOM).
SevenCs has announced the launch of ENC Designer 4.6.2, created in line with new IHO validation checks for ENC.
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