Jeppesen today announced that it has been awarded a contract to develop and implement an Integrated Hydrographic Management System (IHMS) for the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore.
TeamSurv, a hydrographic surveying project that uses crowd sourcing, has secured the cooperation of the ports of Milford Haven (Wales) and Weymouth (England), and is doing a recruitment drive on the West coast of Scotland.
Hamburg-based developer SevenCs today announced the official release of its latest ENC (Electronic Navigational Chart) production software.
Datema today announced that the ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) has been integrated into Chartplanner, its multivendor digital chart catalogue.
Jeppesen today released an automated tool for converting existing ENC data into the new S-101 format for next-generation ENCs.
NAVTOR today announced that it has reached an agreement with the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) to offer the ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) to mariners on a ‘pay as you sail’ (PAYS) basis.
Transas today announced that its Navi-Planner 4000 voyage planning software is now capable of managing paper charts and publications.
Geomaris today announced that it has just released the Hydrographic Data Protection Suite, a software solution which enables companies and institutions to act as Data Servers in the IHO S-63 Data Protection Scheme.
Chart distributor Nautisk has received DNV approval for its Neptune Pay As You Sail (PAYS) solution, which allows users to access global ENCs on their onboard ECDIS systems, whilst only paying for those they actually use for navigation.
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