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Orca AI, Petredec and North P&I Club have announced a partnership to revolutionise marine insurance pricing and claims through an enhanced data model for ships that more accurately reflects their risk profile.

DNV has launched a new Mobile Inspection App to help shipowners and managers digitalise and streamline the workflow, record and follow-up of their onboard safety inspections. The app also provides onshore staff with instant access to the results.

Tracesafe has announced a two-year wearable technology agreement with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines for the company’s fleet of cruise ships.

K Line is adding Norway’s SAYFR's insight and gamified learning apps to its K ARE programme, an initiative to improve service quality through maturing safety culture on a full scale.

Safetytech Accelerator, a not-profit founded by Lloyd’s Register to solve safety and risk industrial challenges with digital solutions, has announced it is launching a new dedicated acceleration programme to enable the commercialisation of emerging safety and risk technology in the marine industry.

Italian ship management company, Crystal Pool (part of the Rimorchiatori Riuniti Group) has chosen IB’s InfoSHIP Quality, a solution to record and track incidents and accidents that occur on board and manage the renewal of certificates, technical inspections and events. Crystal Pool will use the solution to improve its services, achieve zero incidents and aim to eliminate pollution.

Kongsberg Digital has signed a contract with the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) to upgrade and extend the K-Sim Navigation simulators based in SIDMAR; the Centre for Simulation, Research and Maritime Development of the Panama Canal Authority.

Eaglestar has selected SOL-X’s SAFEVUE.ai to improve the human factors approach to maritime safety.

Weathernews has developed a Navigation Assessment & Routeing (NAR) service for the marine transport industry to help prevent grounding incidents.

Navis has announced that its MACS3 loading computer has successfully complied with the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code amendment 40-20.

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