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Maritime technology company GNS and Cornes Chart Group, a leading charts business, have announced the acquisition of GNS by Cornes.

The Swedish Club has launched a new edition of Navigational Claims, which aims to provide an insight into the causes of maritime incidents and environmental damage, which are often attributed to navigational error.

ChartCo has merged with Canadian navigation solutions provider, Marine Press to create a new company called OneOcean which will offer a large range of navigation and compliance solutions to the maritime sector.

Airbus and HAROPA-Port of Le Havre have signed an industrial and a distribution agreement to advance navigation surveillance and optimise port and stopover operations.

Orolia Maritime is working in close collaboration with SRH Marine to integrate Orolia Maritime’s M-SecureSync cybersecurity capabilities into its new automated digital services distribution platform.

Thursday, 03 October 2019 16:21

NYK conducts autonomous surface ships trial

NYK has conducted the first Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) trial performed in accordance with the IMO’s Interim Guidelines for MASS trials.

Kongsberg Digital and SeaCross have announced a new partnership at the DSEI (Defence & Security Equipment International) exhibition and conference in London this week.

Friday, 06 September 2019 11:10

BMT wins multiple navigation simulator orders

Management consultancy BMT has signed multiple contracts with cruise lines including Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Seabourn in North America and P&O Cruises Australia for office and ship-based licences of BMT’s REMBRANDT maritime simulator.

Monday, 05 August 2019 19:22

ECDIS launches new Peace of Mind service

A large number of recent observations and detentions due to lack of certificated training, or, navigation incidents based on poor knowledge have led ECDIS, a part of eMaritime Group, to launch a ‘Peace of Mind’ service.

Tuesday, 06 August 2019 11:08

Indonesia introduces new AIS regulation

The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation is introducing a new regulation from August 20, 2019 that requires all Indonesian and foreign-flagged ships sailing in Indonesian waters to install and activate Automatic Identification System (AIS).

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