Danish ship technology specialist Danelec Marine and TeamViewer, a global provider of secure remote connectivity solutions, have completed trials of an innovative, low-cost and simple to deploy system for ship data transfer and remote access.
Speedcast International has launched a next generation Internet of Things (IoT) platform designed to simplify connectivity, provisioning, and device management through a single console.
ORBCOMM has launched the ST 9100, a next-generation, dual-mode telematics device targeted for monitoring and controlling assets in the most remote geographies around the world.
KSS Line has signed an agreement with Hyundai Global Services (HGS) to take delivery of its Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package, which is supported by Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress and digital solution Fleet Connect.
With the festive season approaching the wellbeing of seafarers is something shipping companies should prioritise as it can be a very challenging time for those who are away from family and friends over Christmas, says Alexander Buchmann, managing director of Hanseaticsoft.
Danish shipping giant Maersk has launched its second cohort of start-ups under its OceanPro programme that aims to boost innovation and help strengthen its digital agenda.
Marlink’s high-speed internet services for vessels plying the Northwest Passage and other remote destinations has delivered a major connectivity boost to its expedition cruise clients.
Digitalisation is steering the shipping industry in a new direction, some comforted by the increasing opportunities that it offers and others wary of the uncertainty that comes with it. One country embracing the waves of digitalisation is Japan. Here are five ways Japanese companies are using digital technology to deliver more efficient and safer shipping operations.
Marlink has launched ITLink, a complete portfolio of IT solutions for standardising, simplifying and automating IT operations at sea.
A new survey from the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA) reveals that internet access for seafarers for personal use onboard ships is more widespread than previously imagined, while the positive benefits associated with this access outweigh the feared safety concerns around the technology.
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