Transas Marine announced today that it has been awarded a new contract to extend its supply of ECDIS to ULTRAGAS, which owns and operates specialised vessels for the transportation of LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gases) and petro-chemical gases.
NAVTOR has reported that the entire Hurtigruten fleet has signed up to use its ENC Service.
NAVTOR, a Norwegian provider of ENC solutions, has reported a flurry of new contracts in the Norwegian offshore shipping segment.
Jeppesen has introduced FlatFee licensing for its official Electronic Navigation Charts (ENCs), with the Boeing subsidiary noting that the system should help mariners to better predict annual charting costs.
Dutch company Datema Nautical Safety says that its pay-as-you-sail (PAYS) distribution service for ENCs has been installed on 13 cruise vessels for Holland America Line (HAL).
Jeppesen has announced that it is set to release its new OpenENC service, the company’s take on Pay As You Sail (PAYS) licensing for electronic navigational charts.
NAVTOR has announced the introduction of NavSync, a new system to allow the most up to date versions of Electronic Navigation Charts (ENCs) to be uploaded directly to an ECDIS from a USB device.
Transas has become the latest company to move into the ‘Pay As You Sail’ ENC licensing arena with the launch of its new product which will allow vessels to install, view and pre-plan using official ENCs before they have to pay to license the charts.
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