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Thuraya has signed a partnership agreement with Telespazio, a joint venture between Leonardo (67 per cent) and Thales (33 per cent), to distribute its products and services worldwide.

Singapore-based dry bulk shipping company Berge Bulk has reported a 25 per cent increase in team productivity since digitalising its procurement process by integrating the Moscord Marketplace into its SERTICA solution.  

Bureau Veritas Marine Singapore (BV) in collaboration with PSA has successfully completed a remote marine survey for ‘PSA Aspen’, an LNG dual fuel PSA Marine harbour tug.

Danish supplier of nautical charts Weilbach has been given the go-ahead from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to supply its its e-Learning solution on handling dangerous goods for shipment (the IMDG Code) by sea in Singapore.

Schneider Electric has teamed up with Marlink to simplify and extend access to the Internet of Things (IoT) for customers operating equipment and systems in remote and/or challenging locations.

Risk Intelligence has announced an agreement with Teekay Shipping for the company’s Risk Intelligence System, MaRisk+PortRisk.

Kongsberg Digital has announced a partnership with Lloyd’s List Intelligence to offer shipping and maritime intelligence on the Kognifai Marketplace.

Weathernews has been selected as a member of the Designing the Future of Full Autonomous Ship Project (DFFAS), made up of 22 domestic companies who will collaborate on the Joint Technological Development Programme for the Demonstration of Unmanned Ships administered by the Nippon Foundation.

The Research Council of Norway is awarding more than USD 20 million to Norwegian research project Safe Autonomous Ships (SFI Autoship). The strategic research project studies methods and technology for enabling safe and secure autonomous operations of maritime vessels.

The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy and the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries has announced the launch of a joint working group to develop self-driving ships by 2025. The project has been given a budget of KRW 160 billion (132m USD).

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