ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) is now available online giving shore-based users and planning teams access to more than 15,000 electronic navigational charts (ENCs) to support vessel tracking, voyage planning and for use in accident and emergency.
Norwegian maritime e-navigation specialist NAVTOR has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Florida-based Total Marine Solutions (TMS). The agreement will see NAVTOR integrate TMS’ Ocean Guardian product into the NavStation digital chart table, allowing users to gain a real-time overview of all relevant environmental rules and regulations.
Furuno and ChartWorld have entered a cooperation agreement to promote ChartWorld’s information-overlay service to Furuno ECDIS operators and owners.
Navis, part of Cargotec Corporation, has launched its Compass visual workflow management application to improve the clarity and efficiency of processes when a vessel visits a terminal.
Dutch company RH Marine has integrated an optical bearing device (OBD) in WECDIS, the company’s own digital chart system for military purposes.
India-based Orion Marine Concepts has launched a fleet management application, NAU Fleet Performance, to improve efficiency, lower operational costs and cut emissions.
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) has agreed a new contract with ChartCo following the completion of a tender process, for the supply of back-of-bridge management software and navigational, regulatory and compliance data services to KOTC’s entire fleet of 33 vessels.
GNS has completed the roll-out of a range of digital navigation systems and products to the fleet of Singapore-based Epic Gas Ship Management, following the award of a new contract.
Trelleborg has announced the launch of SafeTug, a new software system that aims to assist tugboat operators and ports in optimising efficiency through real-time data sharing.
StormGeo has announced the launch of its Navigator Solutions Portfolio of products, offering an integrated navigational and route optimisation platform connecting onboard systems to shore-based decision support.
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