Maritime Software

The Crewtoo.com social media site for seafarers reports that it has now reached 6,000 members, a 300 per cent increase in two months.
Dutch company MirTac has agreed new deals with the Fugro Marine Services BV business unit in Brazil and Holland Offshore for the use of Star Information Systems' fleet management software.
Singapore-based Varada Ship Management is to implement the BASSnet Maintenance and Procurement software modules for two of its vessels.
The European Commission has signalled its intention to introduce a monitoring and reporting system to tackle emissions from shipping vessels in the EU.
Tidetech reports that it has developed a new high-resolution tidal model for the Malacca and Singapore Straits, with simulations showing that transit time savings of between three and 12 per cent can be made depending on vessel type, speed and tidal phase.
Vessel optimisation company Eniram has initiated a partnership with Headway Technology of Qingdao, China, a company involved in R&D, manufacturing and sales of marine technology.
Lloyd’s Register has established a Group Technology Centre (GTC) in Singapore to perform R&D on technologies for the energy and maritime sectors, and has also reached an agreement with the country's Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) to collaborate on its projects.
APM Terminals and Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) are to install automation systems from ABB for their new ship-to-shore cranes, which will allow the cranes to be operated remotely, without a driver on board.
Euroceanica Ltd is to implement a crew management system from CrewInspector to run its fleet of eight chemical tankers.
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.
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