Global Navigation Solutions (GNS) has launched an expanded version of its Voyager system, with a range of new e-navigation capabilities.
iTramper has officially released its Dry Bulk Voyage Estimation software system, featuring what it calls ‘streaming sensitivity’ to estimate the effect of various different vessel speeds on voyage profitability.
US-based software provider Applied Weather Technology (AWT) has today announced the release of SmartSpeed. The company says the technology is an “industry first” that can optimise both route and speed for each segment of a voyage, allowing vessels to consume less fuel.
Amarcon announced today that Pan Ocean has ordered its ship monitoring system OCTOPUS-Onboard for two semi-submersible heavy lift vessels.
AXSMarine reports that it has made a major upgrade to the applications within its AXSDry 4.0 software package.
ClassNK and NAPA today report that a K-Line containership which tested their voyage optimisation software saved almost 4 per cent of fuel.
Danish developer GreenSteam reports that shipping company DFDS is to install its fuel saving system on around 20 vessels.
Japanese classification society ClassNK has acquired Finnish software house NAPA for €53 million, both companies announced this morning.
ABB today reports that Spanish ferry operator Balearia has ordered its EMMA energy management software. The advisory software will be installed on board the ferry Martin i Soler, with an option to extend the project to two further vessels in the Balearia fleet.
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