BMT today announced the launch of a new service that will create simulations of marine collisions in an effort to identify failings and improve safety.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) has added an emulation of the VisionMaster FT radar from Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine to its family of radar simulators.
German manufacturer Raytheon Anschütz today announced the launch of a new radar, NautoScan NX, in which network technology will be used to replace the analogue data transmission in previous systems.
Holland America Line has commissioned Imtech Marine USA to refit the bridges of three Holland America Line cruise ships – ms Westerdam, ms Noordam, and ms Oosterdam.
Kelvin Hughes today announced that its SharpEye radar, which uses a solid-state transmitting device rather than the conventional magnetron, is now in continuous use on the Francisco ferry, said to be the fastest in the world.
Kongsberg has reported that it has been chosen by the Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure (RWS) to deliver a RADAR surveillance system for the Volkeraksluizen, Europe's largest and busiest inland lock complex.
Navico, parent company to the Simrad brand, has entered into a principle agreement to acquire Consilium’s radar business, both companies have announced.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) has released an updated version of its Rapid Radar Plotting software to assist those tasked with teaching Rapid Radar Plotting or the use of Manoeuvring Boards to maritime students.
American company WatchStander has announced that it has completed development of an automated system designed to prevent pirates from boarding ships.
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