Global maritime connectivity provider KVH has announced that Sven-Eric Brooks has joined the company as senior director of business development for KVH Watch, the company’s recently announced maritime internet of things (IoT) solution.
Iridium Communications has announced that Iridium CloudConnect, the first and only satellite cloud-based solution offering truly global coverage for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, is now actively serving customers.
KVH Industries and Kongsberg Digital have announced the successful installation of their first joint maritime Internet of Things (IoT) system on a Norwegian research vessel, owned and operated by Kongsberg.
Piraeus-based Virtual Maritime Services (VMS SA) has launched a new service to provide commercial vessels with a high-speed connectivity, voice and data service technology with IoT capabilities.
Wilhelmsen has announced a new partnership with The Things Industry (TTI) and Semtech Corporation that will leverage Semtech’s LoRa devices to help deliver cost-effective, robust and proven IoT solutions to the maritime shipping industry.
Inmarsat and ABB Marine & Ports have signed a Master Supply Agreement, certifying ABB as an application provider to work with Fleet Data, the IoT platform developed by Inmarsat and Danelec Marine.
Iridium Communications has announced Intellian as the newest manufacturer of Iridium CertusTM maritime terminals.
ShipNet and Maersk Tankers have signed a contract allowing ShipNet to support Maersk Tankers by hosting its technical and procurement management solutions in a secured cloud-based environment.
SeaCube Containers and IoT tracking and monitoring solutions provider Globe Tracker (GT) have announced a partnership to provide Internet of Things-enabled gensets for Ocean Network Express (ONE).
As the global shipping industry learns that the UK-flagged Stena Impero seized by Iranian forces in July was 'spoofed' and begins to accept the extent to which vessels unprepared for a cyber event can be affected, Itai Sela, CEO of cybersecurity pioneer Naval Dome, says that original equipment manufacturers are not doing enough to provide end users with the level of protection required to secure critical systems.
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