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Lloyd’s Register (LR) and UK P&I Club have released a new and improved Port State Control (PSC) checklist app.

Speedcast and HudsonCyber have launched a new cybersecurity assessment solution to help the maritime industry protect themselves from cyber-attacks and meet regulatory requirements.

Mintra is expanding its maritime-specific eLearning course library to support the industry’s move towards digital operations.

One Sea has released a new white paper focusing on the relationship between ship safety and autonomous technology.

The Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has completed a regulatory scoping exercise to analyse relevant ship safety treaties, in order to assess how Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) could be regulated.

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Group has developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based safety management/monitoring system (HiCAMS) and obtained classification and flag Approval-in-Principal (AIP).

The International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) has warned of the dangers of allowing important information to be sent to individual email addresses with no back-up.

Standardising and harmonising electronic ship/shore communication for reporting purposes is high on the agenda at the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) virtual Facilitation Committee (FAL) meeting next week (FAL 44).

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Furuno introduces the first IMO-compliant X-band/S-band magnetron-free solution for commercial vessels with the new Solid-State X-band Radar, NXT series

 

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FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. (headquartered in Nishinomiya, Japan) presents, for the first time, a complete Magnetron-free Radar/Chart Radar Solution in both X-band and S-band configuration, with the introduction of new Solid-State X-band models: FAR- 2xx8-NXT Radar and FAR-3xx0-NXT Chart Radar.

Furuno NXT Solid-State Radars use electronic components to generate microwave pulse and therefore, require much less power than magnetron Radars. This technology does not wear out and does not require any particular maintenance, significantly reducing operating costs. Finally, there is no pre-heating making the startup time much faster than with a magnetron.

Product page (Chart Radar): https://www.furuno.com/en/merchant/chartradar/ 
Product page (Marine Radar): https://www.furuno.com/en/merchant/radar/FAR-22x8_23x8/

Lloyd’s Register’s electronic certificates (eCerts) capability is being rolled out for new and existing vessels across the fleet on a phased basis.

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