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Software, Big Data & IoT

ClassNK is commencing the provision of cloud-based archive centre services for NYK Lines and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, with the classification society having reached a preliminary agreement with the two shipping companies regarding the use of the As-built Drawings Storage Service (ADSS).
The Korean Register (KR) has signed an MoU with steel producer Dongkuk Steel regarding technology exchange between the companies, to cooperate in improving the process of building ships and marine structures.
Maritime Training Services (MTS) has released a training video entitled ‘Sexual Harassment Prevention for the Maritime Industry’.
Maersk has launched a free computer game called 'Quest for Oil' allowing players to explore the depths of the seabed in search for black gold.
Amarcon, a member of the ABB group, has received an order for a total of eleven OCTOPUS-Onboard installations for Heavy Lift vessels from Cosco Heavy Transport and BigLift Shipping.
Inatech is set to launch a new software system called Optimizer, that it says will provide guidance to shipping companies on how much fuel to buy at which port, in order to save money.
Applied Weather Technology (AWT) has released a new version of its Bon Voyage (BVS) marine voyage optimisation system, BVS Version 7.0, featuring a number of new developments intended to help vessels find safer and more fuel-efficient routes.
DNV reports that its Sesam SurveySimulator training system, designed to demonstrate potential vessel defects with real life accuracy, is now available on laptops.
Software developer Diginonymous and the Maritime Medical Access Program at The George Washington University (GWU) have teamed up to offer a shipboard video telemedicine service for the maritime industry, to help clients meet the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 requirements for crew healthcare.
MAN Diesel & Turbo has agreed a deal to use AMOS software from SpecTec as a training tool at the MAN PrimeServ Academy in Copenhagen.
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