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Icelandic maritime authorities are utilising the European Maritime Safety Agency’s (EMSA) Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) portfolio enabled by SES Networks’ managed connectivity services to support the country’s requirements for environmental protection and fisheries control.

Thuraya Telecommunications Company has announced a range of new smart solutions for the fast-growing Asia-Pacific (APAC) market including a VSAT+ maritime service and WE SAT – LTE broadband hotspot to enable smooth end to end data flow at sea and on land.

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and DNV GL have signed a framework agreement which will see them cooperate on joint development projects (JDPs) for future technologies in the shipbuilding and offshore plant industries.

DNV GL and KONGSBERG have signed a memorandum of understanding with the ambition to help deliver increased digitalisation throughout the maritime industry.

Marine operations software company Helm Operations has announced that it has surpassed the 4,000 vessel mark on its maritime asset management and operations platform, Helm CONNECT.

DNV GL, Kongsberg Maritime and Subsea 7 have successfully concluded the pilot testing of Kongsberg Maritime’s (KM) DP Digital Survey (KMDS) application onboard the Subsea 7 vessel Seven Kestrel.

Author: Sally-Anne Ray, group CEO, NSSLGlobal

We look back to the late sixties and seventies with a tinge of nostalgia for a world in which colour screens were a luxury and when we looked forward to receiving a postcard from friends when they were travelling. In 1969, the same year as the U.S. won the Space Race, the foundations of the business that would become NSSLGlobal were laid.

ShipMoney has extended its Maritime Payment Services Agreement with Helikon Shipping into a long-term multi-year relationship.

GNS plans to sell all digital and paper nautical charts and publications at cost price as part of its Voyager Navigation as a Service (VNaaS) solution.

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, and Kongsberg Maritime have entered into an agreement that will see MacGregor deliver an automated mooring system for the world’s first autonomous container ship, the Yara Birkeland.

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