The China Navigation Company (CNCo) has partnered with Tromsø-based maritime digital platform provider Dualog to test its maritime-optimised file and folder replication service. The service, Dualog Drive, is designed to simplify the collection and distribution of large data volumes between ship and shore.
Tanker company TORM has imported data from SERTICA Planned Maintenance System to DNV GL to digitalise surveys and improve performance.
Datum Electronics has released a new whitepaper that demonstrates how a single sensor, which continuously measures instantaneous crankshaft torque, can measure engine degradation and efficiency in real time, avoid its imminent failures and improve a vessel’s energy efficiency.
The Republic of Panama, the world’s biggest ship registry, is set to introduce new digital services such as ship registration, vessel name reservation, seafarers’ endorsement, and validation, through a new platform in collaboration with Marine Online.
Nautilus Labs and Insatech Marine have announced a partnership to jointly deliver end-to-end instrumentation and data transmission that gives more shipping businesses access to Nautilus’s predictive decision support solution.
HawkEye 360, which has used formation flying satellites to create a new class of radio frequency (RF) data and data analytics, has announced that the company’s flagship RFGeo product can now map an expanded catalogue of marine navigation radar signals to further improve global maritime situational awareness.
V.Group has entered into a partnership with Ocean Technologies to offer best-in-class e-learning to V.Group personnel and customers.
As part of Kongsberg Maritime’s plan to ramp up remote delivery of targeted education using digital platforms, Kongsberg is offering the first basic Dynamic Positioning Operator (DPO) courses to be available fully remotely from start to finish, including the practical part of the training.
Inmarsat has published a new report focusing on the way technology can benefit crew safety, health and wellbeing at sea, at a moment when COVID-19 has exposed the welfare of seafarers to global scrutiny.
Today (June 25, 2020) marks the 10th edition of the United Nation’s Day of the Seafarer, which celebrates and recognises the unique contribution made by seafarers from all over the world to international seaborne trade, the world economy and civil society.
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