The Panama Canal is set to launch a new vessel scheduling and maritime resource management system to optimise the flow of ship traffic through the waterway.
Xanatos Marine has agreed a contract with Port Saint John in New Brunswick, Canada, to install a multi-layer Vessel Traffic Monitoring System (VTMS) to improve maritime domain awareness.
Carbon War Room, exactEarth, and University Maritime Advisory Service (UMAS) have launched a new free-to-access ship operational efficiency portal called BetterFleet, which aims to show how efficiently an individual vessel has operated over the past year in comparison with similar ships.
Globalstar is launching a new STINGR system, integrating the company’s STX3 simplex satellite transmitter with a GPS receiver and a dual band antenna, to create a unit for use in Internet of Things (IoT)-based solutions for remote sensing, tracking and monitoring of assets like ships and containers.
iDirect Asia is partnering with Singapore-based ST Teleport on a new vessel-location tracking and network-monitoring platform called Nautical.
Windward, a maritime analytics company that recently received $10.8 million in funding for its data platform, has launched the latest version of its MARINT maritime intelligence solution.
The EU has approved a DKK 85 million (approximately $12.5 million) Danish-led maritime innovation project, intended to enhance safety of navigation and increase efficiency at sea.
Maritime data and analytics company Windward has announced that it has received a strategic investment of $10.8 million, led by Horizons Ventures, to help fund construction of what Windward calls “the largest, most comprehensive maritime data and analytics platform in history.”
PortVision reports that it has added a range of new features to its TerminalSmart dock and berth management software, used by oil companies and marine facilities to gain an overview of port visits and terminal operations.
Rock Seven has announced an update to its RockFLEET vessel tracking system that includes the option of changing the regularity of location updates depending on the vessel’s movement.
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