HawkEye 360 has announced the development of new maritime security and vessel monitoring capabilities using machine learning.
EMSA’s regional RPAS service for enhanced maritime surveillance in the Baltic Sea began this week under the coordination of the Estonian Police and Border Guard, following initial steps taken in 2020.
MPC Container Ships has announced its support and membership of the recently launched Eyesea initiative. Eyesea is developing a maritime pollution reporting and mapping smartphone application through the use of geotagged pictures.
Helm Operations and ShipTracks have launched a new set of integrated features for harbor docking companies designed to ensure that companies “never miss another job” in their ports.
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has confirmed it will supply an extensive equipment and simulation package for the maritime training vessel Gann, helping both to reduce the vessel’s emissions and enhance the education offered on board. The contract, worth 41.2 MNOK, is part of an extensive refit and will include KONGSBERG’s SAVe Energy battery system and hybrid shaft generators, in addition to power management, propulsion control and monitoring systems.
Kongsberg Digital has announced that through the Kognifai Partner Program, Vessel Insight users will now gain access to Kyma’s specialised vessel monitoring applications. Data Analysis, an advanced tool to enable statistical modelling of ship performance data, will be the first of several Kyma applications to become available to Vessel Insight customers via Kognifai.
Space-powered data and analytics company Spire Global has announced that it will be working with the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) to provide global AIS data to support the Agency via its EU Member States.
Maritime analytics and data firm, GateHouse Maritime, has signed a contract with Satlock, a Columbian-based tech company providing value chain transparency and intelligence.
ABS has launched the Environmental Monitor as part of its My Digital Fleet risk management platform.
ORBCOMM has expanded its portfolio of onboard vessel IoT systems to include LoRa WAN (LoRa) technology. Through a partnership with Net Feasa, a global IoT service provider based in Dingle, Ireland and Sunnyvale, CA, ORBCOMM has deployed the first commercially available solution using LoRa technology to monitor containers onboard vessels for a large global shipping line.
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