Caterpillar Marine Asset Intelligence has announced a new project with maritime software company SpecTec that will see the companies work together to integrate their applications, with the aim of optimising ship maintenance procedures.
ABB is adding a new torque monitoring system called Torductor Marine to its Marine Software portfolio, designed to assist in optimising engine and fuel efficiency in the maritime sector.
Shell Marine has added a new software package called Marine Connect to its Shell LubeMonitor cylinder monitoring service, designed to enhance data management and reporting functions.
Teekay has signed a new $4 million VSAT upgrade and contract extension with satellite communications provider NSSLGlobal, which will double the bandwidth speeds for both the onboard crew and operational network, and provide additional technical managed services to allow Teekay to roll out new fleet-wide applications.
Korean maritime technology company CyberLogitec has launched a new addition to its software portfolio called CyberLogitec Distance, for use with the company’s OPUS Bulk and MAnGO applications.
Maritime GSM service provider bobz is expanding its shipznet product portfolio to include three additional offerings.
Researchers from UCL Energy Institute (UCL) and Carbon War Room (CWR) have published the results of recent research into the role of energy efficiency in vessel competitiveness, highlighting the fact that vessels with high design efficiency are creating millions in costs savings when it comes to paying for fuel.
The Norwegian Minister of Transport, Ketil Solvik-Olsen, and Merete Eik, CEO of Port of Stavanger, have officially inaugurated the Port as a test bed for the Sea Traffic Management (STM) project, which aims to improve vessel safety through streamlined data exchange between ships.
Da Gama Maritime (DGM) has announced the launch of its new Vasco App, approved by the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) to provide official paper chart corrections to the mariner via a tablet.
Cloud-based vessel stowage and collaboration platform XVELA reports that it has passed the first milestone in its partnership with software company Interschalt maritime systems to create an open stowage planning and collaboration platform, with the XVELA system now able to exchange data with Interschalt applications.
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