The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) will continue to use SES’ satellite connectivity services for remotely piloted aircraft systems’ (RPAS) operations.
New research has found that maritime cyberattacks result in shipowners paying an average of around USD 3 million in ransom to the perpetrators.
Marlink has received the innovation endorsement certificate from Japanese class society ClassNK for its CyberGuard threat detection service.
Dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin Shipping has signed an agreement with the Ocean Technologies Group to implement its recently launched Ocean Learning Platform.
Tees Valley-based data science specialist company SeerBI has joined NVIDIA Inception, a programme designed to nurture start-ups that revolutionise industries with advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science.
Researchers from the University of Plymouth are working with the Bank of England to test how some of the world’s leading insurance firms would respond in the event of a maritime cyber attack.
Nautilus Labs has announced USD 34 million in Series B funding to optimise voyages and accelerate shipping’s decarbonisation.
ShipsKart has closed an oversubscribed USD 2.7 million Series A financing deal to bring one of the maritime and offshore industry’s most analogue processes, the procurement of essential vessel supplies, online.
Satcom Global has announced the addition of new satellites and spot beams, including many HTS assets, to its Ku-band network behind its AuraNow VSAT solution.
Maritime technology integrator and provider Tototheo Maritime has been appointed as official distributor and service partner for Danelec in Greece.
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