Maintenance technology company ESRG reports that its OstiaEdge SmartShip Remote Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) package has been delivered to the Republic of Korea Navy for installation on a number of new vessels.
The Marine Electronic Highway (MEH) Information Technology System for the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, which had been managed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), has been handed over to the Government of Indonesia.
Saab has announced the successful implementation of the National Automatic Identification System (NAIS) on the Indian coastline for India’s Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships (DGLL), which will also be used by the Indian Navy, Coast Guard and DG Shipping.
The Coastal and Marine Operators (CAMO) group in the US reports that it is working on a joint pilot project with the United States Coast Guard (USCG) to utilise automatic identification system (AIS) technology to monitor vessel activity in close proximity to submerged pipelines.
GL Maritime Software reports that it has agreed two new deals in China and Germany, for its GL HullManager and GL MachineryManager software respectively.
The National Marine Electronics Association in the US has announced the planned introduction of the new OneNet common infrastructure by late 2014, designed to transport NMEA 2000 messages over Ethernet.
UK based Marine Software reports that it has completed delivery of its MPJ – Marine Project Manager software to P&O Maritime Services.
Applied Weather Technology (AWT) has added Emission Control Areas (ECAs) and calculation tools to evaluate the most cost effective voyage track within these zones to its BVS onboard software platform.
Satellite AIS provider exactEarth has announced the release of a new pre-packaged data product, exactAIS Arctic Archive, containing coverage of all maritime traffic activity in the Arctic for the summer months of 2010 and 2011.
Island Offshore has agreed a further three-year contract with Veripos for continuing provision of GNSS positioning services for 16 DP vessels, in addition to another six due to begin service in the near future.
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