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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

Japanese marine power and control systems company JRCS has partnered with Microsoft Japan to test how Microsoft’s HoloLens MR (mixed reality) headset and AI services on its Azure cloud platform could be applied to the creation of remote training and remote maintenance solutions, with the two companies also set to…
BMT, in partnership with ASV Global, is leading a new £1.2 million research project that will focus on applying deep learning machine vision systems, trained with a combination of simulated and real-world data, to support autonomous navigation systems.
The digital navigation data systems developed by the Sea Traffic Management (STM) project have been implemented at the Port of Rotterdam, which will allow for the electronic exchange of arrival times between ships and the port.
South Korean maritime technology company eMARINE Global is to receive funding from the Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology (KEIT) as part of a government grant programme to develop smart ship technology.
Alewijnse Marine has launched a new Health Check service, offering proactive preventive maintenance for vessels’ electrical systems to identify and replace components that may be about to fail, become obsolete, or are approaching their end of life, with the aim of reducing downtime or maintenance call-outs.
ClassNK has released its new Guidelines for Use of Drones in Class Surveys, covering the applicable range and procedures which should be applied in the use of drones during these activities, as well as technical considerations for safe operation and requirements for drone service suppliers.
Norway-based NAVTOR has signed a collaboration agreement with Weathernews, which will see NAVTOR improve the weather data available within its route planning software NavStation while the companies also begin work on development of a new artificial intelligence (AI) routing service.
Leadership of the Maritime Connectivity Platform (MCP), developed as part of the EfficienSea2 digital navigation support programme in Europe, is to be passed over to the Korean SMART Navigation Project following the completion of the final EfficienSea2 conference in Copenhagen in April.
The 39th meeting of the Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) in Brussels has thrown its support behind the Sea Traffic Management (STM) e-Navigation programme, recommending further testing of the systems developed by the project in the Baltic Sea.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Australia’s national transport safety investigator, has agreed a deal with BMT to license the UK-based company’s REMBRANDT navigation and manoeuvring simulator technology for use in its investigative process.
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