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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

The world’s largest cruise company, Carnival Corporation, has joined the MONALISA project, led by The Swedish Maritime Administration, which aims to continuously track the locations of cruise and cargo vessels sailing in European waters.
Veripos has been awarded a new three-year contract by Kuala Lumpur-based Orogenic Geoexpro for continued provision of GNSS positioning services to the Malaysian company’s fleet of vessels.
Kelvin Hughes has supplied Singapore’s largest maritime training institution, the Singapore Maritime Academy (SMA), with 25 ECDIS training systems under a new contract.
A new simulator designed to train engineers and crew in seismic streamer deck handling using the Kinect motion sensor system from Microsoft has been installed at Vestfold University College in Norway.
Raytheon Anschütz has completed the supply of its latest generation of Integrated Bridge System (IBS) to the SA Agulhas II, a new polar research ship owned by the Republic of South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA).
Furuno has announced that its new FMD-3200 and FMD-3300 ECDIS models will soon be ready for launch.
SKF has launched SKF Thruster Monitoring, an integrated condition-based maintenance (CBM) system for propulsion and positioning thrusters (tunnel and azimuthing thrusters).
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) reports that it has completed the first phase of a delivery to provide the US Army Transportation School in Virginia with a multi-function classroom capable of running simulations for GMDSS, Radar, ECDIS and AIS training.
Cambridge Pixel, a developer of sensor processing and display solutions, has introduced its SPx-ECDIS radar kit, which aims to allow systems integrators building Windows-based ECDIS for commercial ships to add a variety of data interfaces to their equipment.
SELEX Elsag, a Finmeccanica company, has agreed a contract with tug operator SVITZER to carry out annual radio and Automatic Identification System (AIS) surveys on all of its 90 UK-based vessels.
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