The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) reports that a further eight of its ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications are now available in electronic format.
Seagull Maritime reports that its training centre in Horten, Norway, has received approval from the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA), the first overseas approval of its kind since the PMA changed leadership in 2014.
Videotel has announced the launch of its ISO 50001 Energy Management Training Course, designed to help ship owners and managers reduce emissions and costs by more effectively managing their energy systems.
BMT has announced the launch of REMBRANDT-INLAND, a version of its maritime simulator tool developed specifically for training and collision reconstruction on inland waterways.
The Avante Escuela de la Marina Mercante in Colombia is adding a Full Mission Bridge simulator to complement its existing VSTEP desktop trainer classroom, which was installed last year.
Videotel has partnered with Mines Rescue Marine (MRM), part of Mines Rescue Service Ltd (MRSL), to create a system designed to improve the safety of mariners operating in enclosed spaces.
Ericsson has announced the introduction of Maritime ICT Cloud, an ‘end-to-end’ integrated cloud solution designed to facilitate voyage optimisation, cargo monitoring and crew welfare.
Transas Marine reports that it has developed and installed a Full Mission Offshore simulator at the Batumi State Maritime Academy (BSMA) in Georgia.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) has reported that it has upgraded the technology used by two of its existing customers for radar training and simulation.
Transas Marine has reported that it has installed an ECDIS simulator at Constanta Maritime University, making it one of Romania’s first maritime schools to offer simulated ECDIS training.
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