Type specific ECDIS training for the new FMD-3200/FMD-3300 ECDIS series is now available at Furuno’s INS Training Centre in Singapore, following on from the establishment of similar programmes in Denmark and Germany.
Astrium Services has upgraded its SkyFile Mail software, which is now available for all types of FleetBroadband terminals and compatible with tablets and smartphones.
Odessa Maritime Training Centre (OMTC) is now providing FURUNO type-specific ECDIS training to navigators.
Furuno has announced that it has accredited the Veritas Maritime Training Centre in Manila to provide Furuno type-specific ECDIS training.
Tidewater Inc, a provider of Offshore Service Vessels to the global energy industry, has agreed a deal with Furuno USA to act as its primary supplier of BNWAS (Bridge Navigation Watch Alarm System).
Furuno Shanghai reports that it has begun providing Furuno type specific ECDIS training for the Chinese market, the sixth training facility to join the Furuno NavSkills training network.
Marine electronics supplier Ships Electronic Services (SES) has announced that it has been awarded a GBP£375,000 contract to supply all the navigation and communications equipment for two new Hybrid Ferries being built at Ferguson Shipbuilders, Port Glasgow for Caledonian Marine Assets.
Furuno has announced that its new FMD-3200 and FMD-3300 ECDIS models will soon be ready for launch.
FURUNO reports that it has reached agreement with the Turkish company Özsay, the national distributor for FURUNO in Turkey, and the Greek training centre GMC for the provision of FURUNO type specific ECDIS training.
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