A four week trial of Martek’s M.A.D.S (Marine Anti Drone Systems) drone detection technology is to take place at the Port of Amsterdam, with the aim of building an understanding of how, where and why drones are flying over the port.
Martek Marine reports that it has developed a new system to defend against potential attacks on maritime targets by drones, named D-FENCE.
Martek Marine has launched a new vessel internet system based on GSM connectivity, which will be marketed under the name SeaCell.
Martek Marine has launched its new Shipboard Unmanned Inspection of Tanks Solution (SUITS), a system combining enclosed space drone technology and VR software which can be used to remotely conduct tank inspections.
Hyundai Heavy Industries has agreed a deal with Martek Marine in the UK to install EVOLUTION emissions monitoring systems on the world’s first LNG fuelled Aframax tankers, being built for Russian shipping line Sovcomflot.
Maritime technology company Martek Marine has been included by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) in a framework deal to develop Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems in the maritime environment.
Martek Marine has launched a new telemedicine system called iVital, which will be made available to ships with no capital outlay on a monthly subscription basis.
ECDIS manufacturer Martek Marine has teamed up with ECDIS training provider Safebridge to deliver onboard type-specific ECDIS training without the need for internet connectivity.
Maritime electronics manufacturer Martek Marine has launched its iECDIS system, integrating a GSM modem to offer automatic download and installation of charts, updates and notices to mariners.
UK-based manufacturer Martek Marine says that it has supplied 125 Navgard BNWAS (Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm Systems) to Tidewater’s fleet on the coast of Africa, in a six figure contract.
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