Radio Holland, part of the newly formed company RH Marine Group, reports that it has recently completed the installation of new radar and ECDIS equipment on the bridge of TS Golden Bear, the training ship used by the California Maritime Academy.
Japan Radio Company (JRC) has celebrated its 100-year anniversary, with the company passing the milestone in December 2015.
Simrad has introduced two dedicated radar displays for use with its radar antenna systems, the R2009 and R3016 Radar control units.
Kelvin Hughes reports that it has been contracted to supply radar systems to the Porto de Vitória in Brazil.
CNL Software and Automatic Sea Vision (ASV) have entered into a partnership that will combine both companies’ security and surveillance software to create a new maritime-specific product.
Navico’s Commercial Marine Division has launched its Simrad HALO Pulse Compression Radar, a solid-state, open-array radar system with pulse compression technology for non-SOLAS applications aboard commercial vessels.
Northrop Grumman Corporation's Sperry Marine business unit has been selected to upgrade the radar and ECDIS systems on more than 80 Maersk Line vessels over the course of the next two years.
Formed in 2006 following the merger of Simrad Yachting and Lowrance Electronics, marine technology provider Navico has historically focused on the recreational marine sector, as the parent company of the Simrad, Lowrance and B&G brands. While it has had some presence in commercial maritime, the consumer market has up until now been its primary market.
L-3 Marine Systems International (L-3 MSI) reports that it has signed a deal to supply its NACOS Platinum series navigation system to two new 150,000-gross-ton Star Cruises liners.
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