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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

Dutch manufacturer Alphatron has announced that Kotug has chosen its AlphaBridge Tugboat design as the standard wheelhouse fit for its upcoming new build programme, Rotortugs ART80.
ORBCOMM has said that the first eight of its second-generation satellites could be launched between October and December, if the new Falcon 9 rocket which is supposed to carry them completes its first two flights on time and successfully this summer.
A three-year European Research Project has been launched to develop an Adaptive Bridge System (ABS) that will recognise, prevent and recover from human errors by improving the interaction between crew and machines on the bridge.
British company PC Maritime has announced that China Shipping Group had decided to equip 50 newbuild bulk carriers with its Navmaster ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Navigation System).
Global Navigation Solutions (GNS) has acquired three companies from the Harrison Maritime Group: Lilley & Gillie Charts, DPM Europe, and DPM Singapore.
Transas Marine has launched a new version of its Ship Security Alert System (SSAS). It says that ShipGuard 4 is four times faster than its predecessor as it uses the SkyWave IsatData Pro transceiver.
Digital Deep Sea is launching PilotLINK, a wireless interface for Class A Automatic Identification Systems (AIS). It allows mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, Android tablets and PCs to connect wirelessly to the ship’s AIS/GPS system.
Online training company Safebridge has now released e-learning courseware for training and certification on the SAM Electronics ECDISPilot Platinum model.
Maris has announced that it has trained and certified engineers in Imtech Marine’s service network covering US and Caribbean ports to install, commission and support its ECDIS900-series.
Telemar (UK) Ltd has landed a three-year contract with Canadian corporation Teekay to maintain bridge electronics on 90 ships operating from the United Kingdom, Brazil, Singapore and Norway. The deal is valued at approximately $8 million.
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