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Items filtered by date: November 2019
Wednesday, 18 September 2019 17:26

Airbus expands OceanFinder capabilities

Airbus Defence and Space has released the latest version of OceanFinder, its digital maritime service to detect, identify and track collaborative and non-collaborative vessels around the globe.

A new report from the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has identified the capabilities and limitations of automation at sea as part of new research that was carried out to understand how human-machine collaboration can strengthen operations at sea.

Octopi, part of Navis and Cargotec Corporation has announced that Port International du Cap Haitien, operated by CTSA, has successfully gone live on the Octopi TOS, following a rapid three-month implementation schedule.

Wärtsilä has delivered advanced technology simulators to a new training facility in Portugal that has been developed and is run by the Port Authority for the ports of Douro, Leixōes and Vano do Castelo (APDL).

Iridium Communications and OneWeb have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to deliver a combined service offering, allowing their mutual partners to offer bundling and co-marketing opportunities for the Iridium Certus L-band services and OneWeb's Ku-band service.

Tuesday, 17 September 2019 07:53

Thetius launches technology discovery platform

Maritime innovation consultancy Thetius has launched a new business intelligence platform for the maritime industry.

Datasat, a provider of gateway internet services via satellite, has partnered with SES Networks to deliver end-to-end connectivity to a ferry fleet operating in the Mediterranean Sea.

Port-IT has announced a multi-year agreement with Indian communications solution provider Station Satcom, enabling the provider to upgrade its current e-mail solution to the shore managed Orilla Mail.

Rolls-Royce is developing an autonomous machinery control system to allow Naval vessels to undertake long endurance missions with less human interaction.

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and SenseTime Japan have introduced a new vessel image recognition and recording system that will be installed and tested onboard the cruise ship "Nippon Maru" operated by Mitsui O.S.K. Passenger Line.

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