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Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has announced an upgrade to its Augmented Reality (AR) navigation system to further support vessel navigation and improve safety at sea. 

Intellian has entered into a US$73 million contract with low earth orbit (LEO) satellite network provider OneWeb to develop and supply affordable compact user terminals.

The Fraunhofer Centre for Maritime Logistics and Services CML has published a new White Paper on its software solution SCEDAS.

Baze Technology has launched a new on-demand entertainment service designed to meet the needs of the deep-sea vessels market.

Maritime software and communications start-up SnakeWays and Japan Digital Communications have announced a partnership designed to make low cost, high quality data communications widely available at sea.

ClassNK has released its “Guidelines for ROV/AUV” which summarise the performance and safety requirements for remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).

Kongsberg Digital and Yxney, an energy efficiency specialist who helped customers achieve combined savings of more than 60,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2020, have teamed up to offer shipowners and operators a unique tool for fleet energy management.

 

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From left to right: Beatriz Martinez, Zoe Morphitou, Sue Henney, Anneley Pickles, Charis Psaropoulou

As part of International Women’s Day on March 8, we asked five women from Intelsat and its partners KVH and Navarino about what it’s like to be a woman working in the maritime industry today.

e5 Lab has announced the establishment of Marindows to bring the world’s most advanced information technology (IT) to Japan’s maritime industry.

By Juan J. Gil, IT manager Singapore at OSM Maritime Group - maritime & technology

Following the latest trends and events, I feel there is a lot of noise (and sometimes misunderstandings) in the maritime industry when it comes to Digital Transformation & Innovation. I believe this may cause analysis paralysis since many leaders do not know which path to walk down and how to create a program or project portfolio to achieve their vision. Ultimately, the vision is only achieved by successful execution, but the question could remain, what to execute?

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