Maersk Line has reported that it has saved almost US$90 million through the use of its Maersk KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) system.
Shurat HaDin, the Israel Law Center, has launched an extraordinary attack on Inmarsat, claiming that, by providing satellite services to Iranian vessels, the satellite operator is “a direct participator in Iran’s terrorist activities and nuclear weapons program.”
Harris CapRock Communications and MTN have both announced deals to utilise Intelsat's newly announced EpicNG network to provide VSAT services after the new satellites are launched.
ABS Nautical Systems reports that it has agreed three new contracts to install its NS5 software package on a range of tankers, as part of the ABS Newbuild Program.
Satellite AIS company exactEarth has announced the successful launch of its new exactView 1 (EV-1) satellite, carrying its second generation AIS detection payload.
Northrop Grumman Corporation reports that it has completed core capability development of the Nationwide Automatic Identification System (AIS) in the US, and delivered it to the US Coast Guard to begin formal government testing prior to deployment.
MTN Satellite Communications and Wireless Maritime Services (WMS) have implemented communications services aboard Carnival Cruise Lines' newest ship, Carnival Breeze.
Japan Radio Company (JRC) reports that it has issued a software update (V56) which makes the Admiralty Information Overlay available on all of its current ECDIS models.
Emerson Process Management, in collaboration with Ascenz Pte Ltd, has introduced a remote fuel consumption and bunkering monitoring system.
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