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Wärtsilä has introduced a new, '-D' version of its RT-flex50 low-speed marine engine type with a higher power rating and lower fuel consumption compared with the existing '-B' version.
Sonar company FarSounder has been awarded a $2 million grant from the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for work to develop a long range/high speed navigation and obstacle avoidance sonar.
Friday, 12 October 2007 | News

New service from Primar

The Norwegian Hydrographic Service (NHS), operator of the Primar electronic navigational chart (ENC) service, has launched a new set of Business to Business services which it says will assist in integrating distributors? business systems directly with the Primar ENC service.
ABS Nautical Systems reports that is to begin industry beta-testing of a new tanker vetting module by the end of this year, with the expectation that it will be commercially available in 2008.
Friday, 12 October 2007 | News

IMO publishes GMDSS handbook

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has issued a complete revision of its comprehensive handbook on the global maritime distress and safety system (GMDSS), the GMDSS Manual.
Fortune Technologies has announced that it has signed a contract with SeaWorld Management and Trading Inc for the supply of Microsoft Dynamics Nav " Fortune Maritime Add On Solution on their entire fleet.
Stratos has confirmed that it is to make Inmarsat's new Satellite Phone Services commercially available later this month. The services are available in mobile, fixed-land and fixed-maritime packages, and offer high-quality voice (2.4 kbps) connectivity via small, affordable equipment.
Thrane & Thrane has announced that its SAILOR series of satcom terminals for use with Inmarsat's next-generation FleetBroadband system are now available for order.
Friday, 05 October 2007 | News

C-Map changes name to Jeppesen

C-Map Norway has officially changed its name to Jeppesen Norway, having been acquired by US-based Jeppesen in early 2007.
SeaMobile Enterprises reports that it has signed a new three-year contract with the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide global VSAT satellite services to the entire fleet of ships operated by the Administration.
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