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Friday, 01 February 2008 | News

Finland to develop new VTS

The Finnish Maritime Administration is to launch a research and development project to create a new type of traffic management support system for vessel traffic service (VTS) centres, which also makes more use of chart data.
Friday, 01 February 2008 | News

Samudera to implement Four Soft

Four Soft (4S) has agreed a contract with Samudera Shipping Line Ltd., a Singapore based company, whereby it will implement the 4S iShipping software solution.
In a move that is likely to spark some heated debate, Jeppesen Marine has called for government bodies, such as Hydrographic Offices, to keep out of the commercial sector and focus entirely on the production of hydrographic data.
Stratos has introduced a new Stratos Dashboard service for Iridium users, an online service that will enable its Iridium customers to manage their global satellite phone service in a convenient manner.
CARIS has announced the worldwide availability of S-57 Composer, a desktop software application that it says can be used for electronic chart production.
Columbia Ship Management is to install the DNV Navigator system on 128 ships under its management.
Friday, 25 January 2008 | News

Iridium-based tracking for RAL

Royal Arctic Line (RAL), Greenland's principal shipping company, is to install a real-time global tracking system by Blue Sky Network aboard its fleet.
Becker Marine Systems Communication and ClearPoint Weather, a provider of global weather information services, have agreed to establish a strategic partnership, whereby Becker will integrate the ClearPoint High Definition Weather Service into its umc.global network communications service.
Friday, 18 January 2008 | News

eLoran service launched in the UK

A new enhanced Loran (eLoran) service was officially launched in the UK on January 15th, a move which will "reinforce safety, security and protection of the marine environment around (our) coasts? according to the General Lighthouse Authorities of the United Kingdom and Ireland (GLAs).
Friday, 18 January 2008 | News

Thuraya satellite launch success

The launch of the Thuraya-3 communications satellite from the Pacific Ocean, using a Zenit-3SL rocket, was successfully completed on January 15th, having been delayed a number of times at the end of November due to poor weather conditions.
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