Hanseaticsoft has announced a 41 per cent increase in customers in 2019, adding 19 new shipping companies to the company’s global client base, including eight in Singapore, Philippines, India and China.
Maritime system integrator RH Marine has developed an automation network that requires less hardware, is more flexible and simplifies updates and repairs.
Online ocean carrier trade platform INTTRA has announced that it has been acquired by E2open, a Cloud-based provider of networked supply chain systems, with the aim of creating a unified global digital logistics and supply chain network.
Green marine software company Yxney Maritime has announced new contracts with Siem Offshore, Olympic Subsea and North Sea Shipping for its energy efficiency and fuel reduction services.
Iridium has announced that it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) and has been collaborating with AWS on the development of Iridium CloudConnect, a satellite Cloud-based system for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Maritime software company Hanseaticsoft is launching an improved crewing module for its fleet management system, with Cloud Crewing 2.0 aiming to help shipping companies to better manage crews across multiple ships.
Inmarsat has launched a new Internet of Things (IoT) service called Fleet Data, which aims to simplify the collection and transmission of data from a ship’s onboard Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) and other vessel sensors, providing a platform for data analysis and optimisation of operations.
Dubai-based Elcome International has introduced a new field service management concept harnessing technologies like mixed reality, artificial intelligence (AI), holographic computing, Cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT), collaborative databases and knowledge-based software tools to create a new data-driven ship services model.
Marlink has introduced XChange Cloud, a file storage, transfer and synchronisation system running on the company’s XChange IT and communications management platform.
Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has announced a deal to make Amazon Web Services (AWS) its preferred Cloud services provider as it continues development of its smart ship and autonomous vessel programmes.
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