Havila Kystruten and Kongsberg have signed a ten year long “Power-by-the-Hour” service agreement for four new coastal cruise vessels currently under construction. The contract value is 150 million NOK.
Joined up thinking on technology standards and shipping rules critical if autonomous shipping is to prove seaworthy says Päivi Haikkola, One Sea Ecosystem Lead.
Microsoft is supporting the development of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve fuel efficiency on ships with a US $11 million in Series A funding for Nautilus Labs.
Port-IT has announced the launch of a slimmed down version of its Orilla Service, offering the same core features and benefits of Orilla, at a lower cost.
MOL Nordic Tankers has decided to extend the trial of BunkerMetric's fuel management and planning tool that it has been piloting on five of its vessels since the end of 2018.
The demand for connectivity in the expedition cruise market is growing rapidly, says satellite communications company Marlink who is today contracting twice the satellite capacity specifically for the expedition sector as it was 12 months ago.
ABS has announced a partnership with Mission Secure (MSi) to provide comprehensive and streamlined cyber protection of industrial control systems that operate modern day vessels and offshore platforms.
Container shipping giant Seaspan has completed implementation of the KVH mini-VSAT Broadband connectivity for all 107 managed vessels in its global containership fleet.
Furuno and ChartWorld have entered a cooperation agreement to promote ChartWorld’s information-overlay service to Furuno ECDIS operators and owners.
Kongsberg Maritime parent company Kongsberg Gruppen (Kongsberg) has completed the acquisition of Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine (RRCM). RRCM will operate under the Kongsberg brand and the Kongsberg Maritime legal entity.
Maritime data analytics company ioCurrents has raised $5 million in Series A-1 financing led by Imagen Capital Partners to facilitate immediate roll-out of ioCurrents’ MarineInsight data analytics platform.
Instructors and students from the Korea Maritime and Ocean University (KMOU) and Mokpo National Maritime University (MMU) are set to use Kongsberg Digital simulator systems to train in different situations they may face onboard.
Software as a Service (SaaS) technology provider to the maritime industry, Q88 LLC has opened a new office dedicated to expanding the software development department in Kraków, Poland.
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