Wärtsilä subsidiary Eniram has updated its Eniram SkyLight fleet performance monitoring system to version 3.0, partnering with Concirrus to integrate marine insurance underwriting tools that base insurance calculations on accurate actual operational data.
Latvian Shipping Company (LSC) Shipmanagement has begun the roll out of DNV GL’s package of fleet management software applications across its fleet of 26 handysize and medium range tankers, as part of an ongoing project to optimise operations.
Korean Register (KR) has launched the second edition of its fleet management software program ‘KR e-fleet v2’, which is now being made available free of charge to all of KR’s ship owning and operating customers, covering more than 3,000 vessels.
IB USA, a provider of software systems to the cruise industry, has agreed a deal with Cruise Management International (CMI) to implement the InfoSHIP EVO ship management application package across CMI’s managed fleet.
Pro Nautas has announced that it has acquired maritime technology company Buss Data, a provider of software systems for cargo shipping, river cruise companies and port operations.
ABS reports that it has issued a new release of its Nautical Systems (NS) Enterprise fleet management software, now including a new business intelligence module called NS Insight and a Cloud-based NS Voyage Manager.
Bourbon and Bureau Veritas have signed a strategic partnership agreement to develop and deploy a range of real time fleet monitoring applications and other digital technologies, while also looking for ways to mitigate cyber risks as the fleet becomes increasingly connected.
Maritime HR software provider Adonis has begun a project with French cruise company Ponant to roll out the Adonis Maritime Suite over the course of 2018 to manage its crewing and payroll operations.
Maritime software company Hanseaticsoft has launched a mobile app to assist shipping companies in managing their purchasing processes.
BIMCO and the international association for the marine electronics industry, CIRM (Comité International Radio-Maritime), have sent a proposal for an industry-wide standard for software maintenance to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), with the aim of making ships safer, preventing cyber security problems and saving on costs.
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