Digital Yacht, a Bristol-based manufacturer of marine electronics, has launched a charting app for iPads and iPhones, NavLink.
Korean Register (KR) has released what it says is the world’s first mobile app containing all up-to-date IMO conventions.
The Panama Canal has launched an application for mobile devices, allowing users to access live webcams, tide charts for the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and weather radar.
Maritime Communications Partner (MCP) today announced the launch of VAVE, a digital platform that creates a ship-wide cloud on board cruise or ferry ships.
Lloyd’s Register today announced that it has launched an ISM & ISPS checklist app and updated its ILO MLC app.
Lloyd’s Register Marine (LR) has created a new app for smartphones and tablets, allowing users to access ship and fleet data from anywhere in the world.
Warsash Maritime Academy, part of Southampton Solent University, is to introduce a new mobile learning App, designed and developed by CM Group, to provide students and staff with mobile and online access to learning content and Academy communications.
Costa Cruises today announced the launch of an application allowing its passengers to call and text one another and contact shipboard amenities for free.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has introduced QR codes to its portfolio of Standard Nautical Charts, allowing users of paper charts to access chart status information on their smartphone or tablet.
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