Maritime training provider Seagull has collaborated with IT company SOFTimpact to develop a web interface between their respective software systems, integrating the ‘CREWimpact’ crewing application with the Seagull Training Administrator (STA).
Maritime e-procurement company Kinnetik Solutions has announced a partnership with the Wrist Ship Supply Group, the world’s largest ship supplier, which will see Wrist integrate its global platform with Kinnetik’s Cloud-based software platform.
Wärtsilä has signed a partnership deal with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to promote maritime innovation and R&D, covering four different streams: digital acceleration, cyber-physical security, intelligent vessels and port operations.
ShipServ and fleet management software company IB have announced a partnership agreement, which will see ShipServ’s e-procurement system integrated with IB’s InfoSHIP maritime software package.
New York-based iMarine Software has agreed a strategic partnership with maritime software company IB, which will see the companies integrate their applications for the maritime market.
Marlink and Seagull Maritime have partnered to develop a satcom-enabled online environment for the distribution and updating of e-learning material for ships at sea, with the aim of automating content management on board.
Nautisk has announced a new partnership with Japan-based marine electronics firm Furuno Electronics, which will see the companies work together on the development of new products combining their respective experience in the software and hardware sectors.
Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have signed a new agreement to integrate a range of intelligent ship systems, from the engine room to the bridge, to improve vessel performance.
300cubits’ roll out of its TEU cryptocurrency for the shipping industry has received a boost with the news that members of Coopernic Group, a strategic buying alliance from Europe, have confirmed their participation in the project by joining the Shipper Sign-Up Scheme for the new crypto tokens.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority and IBM are to collaborate on a multi-year digitalisation initiative to improve port operations through the application of Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud technologies, including an upgrade of the infrastructure of the entire 42-kilometre site to facilitate the hosting of connected ships in the future.
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