Electronics & Navigation

Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCC) has signed a deal with NAVTOR to install the NavBox system across its entire corporate fleet of 49 vessels, spanning the six different operating companies within RCC.
Norway’s Havforskningsinstituttet (Institute of Marine Research) is to roll out Nautisk’s NaviTab system across its fleet of research ships, an online library system which makes hundreds of maritime publications available on one hand-held device.
The STM (Sea Traffic Management) validation project reports that it has completed the first operational tests of its integrated vessel information sharing system with shore centre manufacturers, facilitating data exchange beet two different maritime IT manufacturers’ systems.
The Vine Trusts’ latest medical ship, MV Forth Hope, is to be outfitted with a new navigation and communications system by Ships Electronic Services (SES) ahead of an upcoming project in the Peruvian Amazon.
ChartCo Training & Consultancy, part of ChartCo, has launched a joint venture with a group of partners in the UK to offer a combined range of training and consultancy services alongside ChartCo’s existing products.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has launched its latest Smart Port Challenge (SPC 2017), building upon previous Smart Port Hackathons in 2014 and 2015 with the aim of encouraging collaboration between stakeholder organisations and tech start-ups to drive digital transformation in the maritime industry.
FLIR has launched a new range of thermal cameras, re-engineering its M-Series pan/tilt multi-sensor system design to offer additional functionality, while also adding M400 and M400XR multi-sensor systems and new compact M100 and M200 cameras.
Hatteland Display has added two new solid state fanless computers to its maritime display and computer portfolio, with the HT B30 range using the latest Intel chipset and Skylake processor platform.
GNS has released an upgrade to its VOYAGER navigation system, with additional functionality as well as new hardware and software subscription options.
Nautisk has confirmed that it will offer electronic navigational charts (ENCs) free of charge to customers purchasing a new digital voyage planning package consisting of its NaviPlanner and NaviTab services.
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