Electronics & Navigation

Dutch shipping company Spliethoff has agreed a deal with Raytheon Anschütz for the delivery of integrated navigation systems (INS) to six newbuild ice-classed multi-purpose vessels.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and IBM have jointly completed the pilot trial of three modules under the MPA-IBM SAFER project, which will be rolled out in stages from September 2017.
The STM Validation project reports that it has successfully installed the first Sea Traffic Management (STM) compatible bridge systems, connecting ships with shore based services, on board the Stena Germanica, as well as on two Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS) units.
Satellite AIS data company exactEarth has announced that its exactTrax small vessel monitoring technology has been incorporated into the VMS Track-Pro Class B AIS transponder developed by Weatherdock of Nuremberg, Germany.
A group of nine recent Norwegian graduates, working as part of a project with DNV GL, have developed a smart ‘robot container’ concept vehicle, with built-in cooling systems and the ability to sail to ports autonomously without any human interaction.
A new three-year EU-funded research project named SEDNA has been launched to improve safety and efficiency in Arctic ship operations, through the development of a risk-based approach to navigation, ship design and maritime operations in the polar region.
Nautisk has announced a new partnership with SRH International to offer its leasing package for dual ECDIS and ENCs to SRH customers.
Hyundai Heavy Industries has agreed a deal with Martek Marine in the UK to install EVOLUTION emissions monitoring systems on the world’s first LNG fuelled Aframax tankers, being built for Russian shipping line Sovcomflot.
Alphatron Marine has upgraded the ECDIS training facility at its headquarters in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, with new systems for seafarer training.
FLIR has added an M500 multi-sensor cooled maritime thermal camera to its M-Series platform, to assist in the detection of targets up to 15 kilometres away.
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