Netherlands based fleet management solution provider MirTac has implemented its StarIPS Fleet Management solution onboard Dutch Dredging’s fleet of 28 vessels.
Airbus and HAROPA-Port of Le Havre have signed an industrial and a distribution agreement to advance navigation surveillance and optimise port and stopover operations.
NSSLGlobal has announced the provision of its high-speed VSAT service to Sea-Eye e.V., a German registered, non-profit organisation working to rescue refugees from hazardous conditions at sea.
OneWeb will host a roundtable in London on Wednesday November 6 to discuss what the new age of ubiquitous, reliable broadband could hold for the Arctic.
Chinese Liquid Ethylene Gas (LEG) shipowner Pacific Gas has signed up to Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress to enable digitalisation of its fleet.
GTMaritime has announced that it has seen significant growth in the use of its secure, maritime optimised email software and other cybersecurity solutions as shipowners and operators step up a gear to harden onboard networks and protect their ships from digital threats.
Intellian has launched a satcom package for smart ships with marine engineering and service provider Hyundai Global Service (HGS), a subsidiary of shipbuilding company Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) group.
Iridium Communications has announced Intellian as the newest manufacturer of Iridium CertusTM maritime terminals.
Blockchain and DNA-based fuels tracking solution, BunkerTrace, has announced its commercial launch shortly after a successful trial in the Netherlands, which was conducted in partnership with Cooperative Bebeka.
ABB, in collaboration with Keppel O&M’s technology arm, Keppel Marine and Deepwater Technology (KMDTech), will jointly develop the technology for autonomous vessels and retrofit a 32-metre harbour tugboat with leading-edge digital solutions, enabling autonomous vessel operations in the Port of Singapore at the end of 2020.
Inmarsat has published a practical guide to help ship managers build onboard networks that are resilient and reliable as a result of day-today operations at sea becoming ever more reliant on ICT.
ERMA FIRST, the maritime-focused environmental engineering group, has announced the acquisition of a controlling interest in METIS Cyberspace Technology with the overall aim to accelerate the development of green digital solutions.
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