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The Proton Breeze M satellite launch vehicle, which had been scheduled to launch the last of Inmarsat's latest I-4 generation of satellites at the end of April, is to return to flight this summer, following an examination of test results taken after a failed launch, in the first quarter of…
The US National Marine Electronic Association’s NMEA 2000 Standard for Serial Data Networking of Marine Electronic Devices has been approved by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
SpecTec has secured a contract with PT. Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk., Indonesia, to supply AMOS Business Suite for six vessels, as well as the company's office site.
ORBCOMM has successfully launched six AIS-equipped satellites (a Coast Guard Concept Demonstration satellite and five Quick Launch satellites) after the Cosmos 3M rocket carrying the company's payload blasted off at 10:36am Moscow time (06:36 GMT) from Kapustin Yar, in the Astrakhan Region, on June 19.
UK based Marine Software has completed the supply of its Marine Planned Maintenance, Marine Storekeeper, Marine Purchasing System and Marine Safety Manager systems to the 'Superstar', a 30,277gt recent addition to the Tallink/Silja Line fleet.
Odfjell has agreed a contract for the purchase of Infonic’s Geo-Replicator network acceleration software for deployment across its 60-strong fleet, to deliver two-way ship to shore updating of its Quality and Safety Management System (QSMS).
Monday, 16 June 2008 | News

SpecTec in CBM partnership

SpecTec has developed a strategic alliance with the UK marine services provider James Fisher, to market and deliver the 'Mimic' condition based maintenance (CBM) software offered by the British company.
Sperry Marine is to supply electronic navigation systems for four new offshore supply vessels to be built in Brazil, with a package that will include radars, autopilot, speed and heading sensors, and other equipment.
Admiralty chart agents Lilley & Gillie and DPM have teamed up with weather company Meteo Consult to provide weather forecasting data to their customers by offering Meteo Consult’s Ship Performance Optimisation System (SPOS) with their chart services.
A new online registration system has been introduced for prospective members of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), a global professional membership organisation for marine science, engineering and technology professionals.
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