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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has officially launched Singapore’s first Maritime Drone Estate (MDE) in conjunction with the 15th Singapore Maritime Week.
Autonomous marine navigation start-up Orca AI has raised $13 million in Series A funding, taking its total raised to over $15.5 million to support the company’s investment in technology, international expansion and growth.  
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.
Kongsberg Digital has signed a contract with the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) to upgrade and extend the K-Sim Navigation simulators based in SIDMAR; the Centre for Simulation, Research and Maritime Development of the Panama Canal Authority.
Oddbjørn Slinning, who has been a partner in the firm's Shipping, Energy, and Offshore practice since 2017, has been appointed managing partner of the Norwegian commercial law firm from SANDS.
Nautilus Labs has been recognised as a Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) pioneer 2021. For more than a decade, the pioneers program has identified game-changing technologies and innovations with the potential to advance decarbonisation and fight climate change.
Weathernews has developed a Navigation Assessment & Routeing (NAR) service for the marine transport industry to help prevent grounding incidents.
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.
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics and New Zealand-based HamiltonJet have signed an agreement to develop a new pilot-assist product that utilises computer vision and autonomous command and control technologies to move waterjet vessels.
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