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KVH Industries has launched KVH Link, a new digital content service that will deliver both enhanced news and entertainment content to improve crew wellbeing and better operational data to optimise vessel performance.

The compact maritime VSAT C4 terminal system developed by KNS maritime VSAT has qualified to be an INTELSATOne Flex network service.

A new Norwegian project that will see KONGSBERG Group install and test autonomous technology on two vessels in different operational environments has received almost EUR 20.1 million, equivalent to NOK 200 million, in EU funding.

Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore (BV) has announced an increase in the number of ships applying for its ‘Cyber Managed’ notation.

Kleos Space (KSS) a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a-service (DaaS) company, and UK geospatial intelligence and analysis company Geollect, have entered into a channel partner and data integrator agreement.

JRC Europe has introduced SMART Service, an international network of JRC/Alphatron Marine companies offering customers Service, Maintenance, Assistance, Retrofit and Technical solutions.

While VDES (VHF Data Exchange System) is an exciting upcoming solution to the overloading of the AIS, this advancement is still several years away. The maritime industry and application service providers are looking for solutions to AIS data gaps that can be implemented now and industry experts are re-examining the way data is transmitted in high traffic zones (HTZs) to address these challenges.

Late last year, Cybeta, a US-headquartered cybersecurity firm, entered into the maritime market with its new cyber protection solution, CyberHelm. Following the success of its original Cybeta solution built by US intelligence-trained experts, the company made the decision to roll out its solution to maritime to help protect vulnerable maritime assets.

British company Robosys Automation, a pioneer in artificial intelligence (AI) for the maritime industry, has launched the latest version of its Voyager 100 series software for commercial vessels.

The additive manufacturing (AM) technology would enable Keppel to print high-value components for offshore products with significantly faster production times and more economically.

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