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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has joined an inter-business project to explore the potential of the "ROBOSHIP" as the marine vessel of the future.
ChartWorld has announced the latest round of updates to its digital routing service, My Route Appraisal (MyRA). MyRA provides both vessels and onshore personnel with a proposed ECDIS-ready voyage plan. The plan is based on a route network, port databases, bathymetry from ENCs, weather forecasts and the relevant ship model. 
BIMCO has announced that its currently used SHIPMAN 2009 agreement for use with autonomous ships is being adapted and adjusted, with the first version expected for publication in 2021.
A roadmap for the development of smart and autonomous sea transport systems has been unveiled.
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, a developer of autonomous systems for ocean-going vessels has accomplished its full $20M investment goal with a second close of $5M. The company announced the first close of $15M in July.
Windward, the Predictive Intelligence company applying AI to transform global maritime trade, has partnered with a number of organisations in the maritime field including four major shipping companies – Norden, Eastern Pacific Shipping, Capital Ship Management, Interunity Management Corporation (IMC).
Naval architecture and marine engineering company Foreship has found that draught surveys employing drones improve the accuracy of readings as well as the speed and safety of the survey process. Following successful trials, Foreship has added the method to its service offering.
International shipping insurer North P&I Club has launched a new marine risk awareness solution, hosted on its interactive MyGlobeView digital platform.
The Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) has published standard data definitions for the DCSA Just-in-Time (JIT) Port Call programme. By moving container shipping towards a JIT port call process, DCSA port call standards will enable container ships to optimise their steaming speed, thereby lowering fuel consumption and reducing CO2 emissions.
The Raven Integrated Navigation System (RAVEN INS) by Norwegian Electric Systems has been granted the world's first type approval for a bridge solution where an integrated application has been developed for the bridge instead of combining different pieces of software.
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