Globalstar and launch services provider Arianespace have settled a payment dispute between the companies which will see the fourth launch campaign under the companies’ current Launch Services Agreement go ahead.
Polarcus is to implement Sealink VSAT services from Marlink aboard two new X-bow design seismic vessels, Amani and Adira, which are currently under construction at Ulstein Verft in Norway.
Mobile network operator Three is to provide seafarers visiting ports across the UK with free mobile internet as part of a national scheme being run in collaboration with the UK Merchant Navy Welfare Board, which aims to connect international seafarers with their families using internet communications tools.
Eighty-two people have been rescued from a stranded ship near Java after authorities were able to use positional information from the onboard satellite phone to pinpoint its location.
Power and automation technology group ABB has introduced a number of new software applications for the marine market aimed at assisting in reducing fuel consumption.
GMT Communications Partners (GMT), a European media and communications focused private equity group, has invested in maritime e-learning provider Seagull, the companies report.
Grieg Star has contracted SpecTec to build a new AMOS ship database, importing a Shipdex dataset for new crane equipment delivered by MacGregor.
The vessel National Geographic Explorer has had its ECDIS software upgraded during a recent visit to Scandinavia, in the wake of recent IHO concerns over display issues with ECDIS systems.
Livewire Connections has launched a new section on its website, designed to help users locate spare parts for their Sea Tel VSAT and TVRO antenna systems.
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