Global Navigation Solutions (GNS) has announced that users of its Voyager Planning Station can now plot their route directly onto the official ENCs on board their vessel.
Jeppesen has developed NauticalManager, a software allowing mariners to plan, generate, and document routes using an ECDIS and onboard PC.
Scottish developer Jargoon has released Seall Passage Planner (SPP), a software tool which enables mariners to access up-to-date voyage information in order to negotiate routes and reach destinations safely.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) has released an updated version of its Rapid Radar Plotting software to assist those tasked with teaching Rapid Radar Plotting or the use of Manoeuvring Boards to maritime students.
AtoBviaC, the UK-based company which commercialises the BP Shipping Distance Tables, says that it has carried out a review of LNG trades to ensure that key ports and vessel manoeuvres in this sector remain covered.
Jeppesen has launched NauticalCatalog, a web-based application allowing maritime customers to order its Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs), PRIMAR ECDIS Service and Professional+ chart data.
ChartCo has landed a contract with SeaSpan Corporation, which operates 71 container vessels, to fit its navigation data management system across the entire fleet.
AtoBviaC has upgraded its BP Shipping Marine Distance Tables to allow users to edit routes and obtain distances even when they deviate mid-voyage.
Tidetech has released tidal models for the Singapore and Malacca Straits in an online viewer, called OceanView, which makes it possible to access the data on the internet, including on mobile devices.
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