A new fuel monitoring system has been launched by Auramarine, a Finnish company.
Germanischer Lloyd (GL) has published new guidelines for data networks which are implemented on board ships or on offshore platforms.
Norwegian technology provider Palantir has announced that Dutch shipping company Vroon has renewed its KeepUp@Sea fleet deal, first signed in 2010, for a further three years.
Kongsberg Maritime reports that it is to introduce a new solution for the distribution of Radar data on board ships, utilising an Ethernet based LAN (Local Area Network).
InterManager, the international trade association for the shipmanagement industry, says that 120 companies have now registered with its KPI Project, providing data from more than 1,600 vessels.
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has launched a new platform which can combine and process data from its own applications and external sources.
UK ship management company, Zodiac Maritime Agencies Limited has agreed a four-year deal to use replication technology from iOra in the operation of its vessels.
SRO Solutions reports that it has recently completed the implementation of its data replicator system for oil and gas exploration company PTTEP in Western Australia.
The International Marine Contractors Association has published a new book to provide guidance designed to minimise or prevent unnecessary corruption and/or loss of data in the use of IT systems.
Actisense has teamed up with Raymarine to launch the new NGW-1-STNG, a SeaTalk Gateway designed to link data networks.
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