BIMCO and the international association for the marine electronics industry, CIRM (Comité International Radio-Maritime), have sent a proposal for an industry-wide standard for software maintenance to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), with the aim of making ships safer, preventing cyber security problems and saving on costs.
Tanker company EURONAV has agreed a deal to implement the SERTICA fleet management software package by Logimatic on board its fleet of 52 vessels to improve vessel management and streamline maintenance procedures.
Logimatic has launched its new mobile and Cloud-based maintenance program INEXTIA, alongside its existing SERTICA maritime software package.
Document automation company Eye-share has formed a partnership with Greece-based Eiger Marine, to provide Eye-share’s invoice automation system to maritime customers in Greece and Cyprus.
Marine engine designer Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) has announced its intention to begin supplying technical documentation in accordance with Shipdex standards, a set of specifications for digital data exchange adapted for the maritime sector from the S1000D specification applied in the aerospace and defence industry.
Scaldis Salvage and Marine Contractors has agreed a deal with MirTac to implement the StarIPS fleet management system onboard Scaldis’ newbuild heavy lift vessel Gulliver.
Norwegian software company Adonis reports that it has added integration between its Adonis Personnel Manager and the computer based training systems provided by Seagull, following the launch of a new add-on module.
Logimatic reports that it has added hosting services to its maritime technology portfolio, alongside its SERTICA software package.
Ship management company OSM Maritime Group has agreed a deal to implement the Cloud Fleet Manager (CFM) software system from Hamburg-based Hanseaticsoft to support digitalisation of company processes and management of organisational data.
Q88 has announced the completion of an integration project to connect its software platform with the ClearLynx bunker procurement application, to allow customers to create requisitions in ClearLynx automatically from Q88’s Cloud-based voyage management system, Q88VMS.
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