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Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has signed a partnership agreement with the University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) to develop cloud-based simulation exercises for the international maritime education market.

At the end of last year, Alphatron Marine and Cobham SATCOM signed a Certified Service Centre (CSC) contract, enabling Alphatron to join the Service 2.0 network as one of the preferred service suppliers in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Stream Marine Training (SMT) and the University of Gibraltar have formed a collaborative partnership to provide MCA approved STCW courses and technical training for maritime students completing the new BSc (Hons) Maritime Science with Cadetship Programmes and seafarers.

Marlink has joined forces with Apizee, a CPaaS (Communication Platform as a Service) provider of real-time video interaction features, to enhance video communications for customers requiring collaborative working, safety, diagnostics, and maintenance in remote locations.

UK-based voyage informatics provider StratumFive and Veinland, a hardware and software provider based in Germany, have made data available within StratumFive’s Podium platform.

Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics and New Zealand-based HamiltonJet have signed an agreement to develop a new pilot-assist product that utilises computer vision and autonomous command and control technologies to move waterjet vessels.

Inmarsat has signed an agreement with Greek-based SRH Marine Electronics that will see SRH provide support to Inmarsat’s customers in Greece and Cyprus.

Navis has announced that Accel-KKR, a Silicon Valley-based technology-focused investment firm, has reached an agreement to acquire Navis from Cargotec.

Ship manager OSM Maritime has issued renewed confidence in Nordic cloud provider Visolit by entering a new 3-year contract, with a significant undisclosed value.

Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has confirmed it will supply an extensive equipment and simulation package for the maritime training vessel Gann, helping both to reduce the vessel’s emissions and enhance the education offered on board. The contract, worth 41.2 MNOK, is part of an extensive refit and will include KONGSBERG’s SAVe Energy battery system and hybrid shaft generators, in addition to power management, propulsion control and monitoring systems.

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