KVH Industries has announced that its AgilePlans Regional solution designed for fishing vessels, workboats, and smaller commercial vessels now features data speeds as fast as 6 Mbps down/2 Mbps up and worldwide coverage. This provides vessels that typically work in regional waters with greater geographic flexibility.
UK-based voyage informatics provider StratumFive and Veinland, a hardware and software provider based in Germany, have made data available within StratumFive’s Podium platform.
Global provider of space-based data and analytics, Spire Global, has been selected as the winner of the “Data Solution of the Year for Transportation” award in the 2021 Data Breakthrough Awards programme conducted by Data Breakthrough.
IB has partnered with Verifavia Shipping to help shipping companies meet the demands of various environmental regulations including EU Monitoring Reporting and Verification (EU MRV), the International Maritime Organisation’s Data Collection System (IMO DCS), and Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM).
Hurtigruten has revealed that a cyber-attack back in December 2020 may have affected passengers’ personal information, such as names, dates of birth, passport numbers and passport expiration dates. Customers' email addresses, mailing addresses, and/or phone numbers might also have been affected by this incident, the cruise line has announced.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and Ship Data Centre have agreed to share the data of about 180 MOL’s ships in operation targeted for MOL’s FOCUS Project through IoS Open Platform (IoS-OP), the ship IoT data sharing platform promoted by ShipDC.
UK-based maritime tech company StratumFive has signed an agreement with UK-based technology start-up Osiris to integrate its advanced port event logging functionality of SOFeXchange with StratumFive’s Podium.
Lloyd’s List Intelligence has extended its contract with ORBCOMM through 2023 for ORBCOMM’s satellite Automatic Identification System (AIS) data used for ship tracking and maritime navigation and safety.
Shipping leaders have united in their support of pollution mapping initiative Eyesea which was officially launched today. Eyesea, a not-for-profit organisation, uses cutting edge technology and the support of seafarers, shipowners, managers and maritime professionals to collect and process oceanic pollution data.
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