A contract signed in London at the end of last month by Inmarsat and SRH Marine SAIT formalises arrangements for real-time Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) updating to be accomplished ‘ship-to-shore’ using an application over FleetBroadband for the first time.
Thuraya Telecommunications Company, a subsidiary of the Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), has announced that maritime satellite service, Thuraya VSAT+, is now commercially available from IEC Telecom.
Web-based trading platform MESPAS Connect has introduced a new invoicing function that covers the full procurement process in one system to improve efficiency of the whole supply chain.
CEO of OSM Maritime Bjørn Tore Larsen has outlined his vision for greater female participation in the maritime industry, particularly with regards to vessel crews.
ABS has published guidance notes on the Use of Remote Inspection Technologies, detailing best practices for the use of drones on class surveys and non-class inspections.
KVH Industries has shipped its 9,000th mini-VSAT Broadband system, marking the ever-growing demand for connectivity on-board ships and at sea.
India-based software company Orion Marine Concepts has announced the launch of “Daniel”, a voice- activated assistant powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
The Met Office has signed a partner agreement with Kongsberg Digital to offer meteorological and oceanographic data to its marine customers.
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