The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is trying to assess the impacts of the new energy efficiency regulations on developing countries and their implications in terms of technology transfer.
The AHTV (Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel) Maersk Logger has fitted a new system from Royston to monitor fuel consumption during all phases of its operation.
BMT SMART today announced the introduction of a Charter Party reporting module within its performance monitoring portfolio.
Applied Weather Technology (AWT) today announced the debut of its Voyage Calculator program, which calculates the distance and corresponding cost of a voyage from one port to another, taking into account weather, ocean currents, hire rate and other factors.
The governments of Denmark and China have concluded a cooperation agreement which will see the two countries cooperate in the development of 'green' maritime technologies, as well as creating stronger links in the field of shipbuilding.
Danish developer GreenSteam reports that shipping company DFDS is to install its fuel saving system on around 20 vessels.
A new software system that enables ship owners and operators to assess and predict the risk of hull fouling dependent on the route their vessels are transiting has been launched by AkzoNobel subsidiary International Paint.
Japanese classification society ClassNK has acquired Finnish software house NAPA for €53 million, both companies announced this morning.
ABB today reports that Spanish ferry operator Balearia has ordered its EMMA energy management software. The advisory software will be installed on board the ferry Martin i Soler, with an option to extend the project to two further vessels in the Balearia fleet.
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