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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

Lloyd’s Register’s Strategic Research Group has joined forces with Totempower Energy Systems and Zodiac Maritime Agencies to assess the potential of wind-generation devices onboard commercial ships.
Pole Star Space Applications reports that it has released an upgrade to its DSAS Ship Security Alert System, featuring new hardware from SkyWave Mobile Communications.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office has agreed a deal to supply Warsash Maritime Academy in the UK with training licences for its full portfolio of Admiralty Digital Publications.
Applied Weather Technology (AWT) and Transas Marine have announced that they have integrated AWT’s BonVoyage System (BVS) for on-board weather routing with Transas’ ECDIS, to assist in voyage optimisation.
ChartWorld International has launched ACES, a new SENC ENC data service for ships with ECDIS or ECS navigation systems, based on the Admiralty ENC chart data set from the UKHO and using the SevenCs EC2007 Kernel.
Seacor Marine is to install Dynamic Positioning systems from Kongsberg Maritime on two new 190-foot CrewZer Class Crew boats (also known as fast supply vessels).
VesselTracker GmbH, a provider of global coastal AIS data and maritime information, has agreed a partnership deal with space-AIS company exactEarth, under which VesselTracker will market services deploying exactAIS satellite data into the global commercial applications market through its web services platform.
ECDIS training company ECDIS Ltd reports that it has have completed delivery of ECDIS training courses to the crews of Condor Ferries.
Superior Energy Services of Houston, Texas, has taken delivery of a new maritime training simulator from Kongsberg Maritime which will be used to provide integrated, real-time training for Superior’s offshore marine personnel at its new facility in Anchorage, Alaska.
Swedish company Adveto says that it has secured a new deal for ECDIS OEM licences with a value of 2.5 million SEK (approximately US$372,000) under a cooperation agreement with ChartWorld.
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