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.
German developer SevenCs has released version 4.3 of its ChartServer, which it says allows more flexible configuration of the chart image.
ChartCo, the Kelvin Hughes company providing maritime data services, has acquired Regs4ships, a supplier of digital regulatory information, consultancy and training.
Global Navigation Solutions (GNS) is launching its Vessel Management Service (VMS), which enables shore-based ship managers to monitor and control navigation compliance across their fleet.
KVH Industries and Transas announced today that they have struck a strategic relationship that will see KVH deliver automatic ENC updates from Transas via its multicasting technology.
Chart distributor Nautisk today announced the launch of PAYS+, a service which utilises data from PRIMAR to take advantage of Pay As You Sail (PAYS) without the associated premium costs.
German developer SevenCs has announced the launch of its latest ENC (Electronic Navigational Chart) software.
Navtor today announced the launch of NavStation, a ‘Digital Chart Table’ that gathers information from multiple sources and displays it on a single screen to help aid navigation. The software comes with an optional 46inch ‘gigapad’ touch device, allowing users to manoeuvre different layers of data, including ENCs, weather data, tidal information and other services like piracy updates.
Chart distributor Nautisk today announced that it is adding the ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) to its Pay As You Sail (PAYS) service.
German chart agent ChartWorld today announced that it now offers the Marine Themes dataset by OceanWise, a UK-based company specialised in marine environmental data acquisition.
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