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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

German firm Guntermann & Drunck (G&D) announced that its KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) matrix switch had been chosen by the Canadian Coast Guard to equip icebreaker Griffon.
SAM Electronics has announced it has equipped Celebrity Cruises’ new liner with a range of navigation, automation and entertainment systems.
VSTEP announced that it has secured a contract with the Caribbean Maritime Institute to equip its new simulation centre in Kingston (Jamaica). The Rotterdam-based company says that it will deliver all simulator solutions for the facility, including a NAUTIS Full Mission Bridge Simulator and a Class C Engine Room Simulator.
Tidetech has released tidal models for the Singapore and Malacca Straits in an online viewer, called OceanView, which makes it possible to access the data on the internet, including on mobile devices.
TerraMar Networks says it has reached an agreement with ORBCOMM to incorporate its satellite AIS data into a fleet management portal called tracpoint.
ACCSEAS, a project funded in part by the European Union, is developing e-navigation tools to help mariners navigate safely in the North Sea region, particularly in relation to the expected growth in wind farms in the sea area in the coming years.
Furuno has announced that it has accredited the Veritas Maritime Training Centre in Manila to provide Furuno type-specific ECDIS training.
Captec reports that it has introduced two new marine certified computers, available now.
GM Engineering Services has released a new TugCam which can help tugboat captains to see in complete darkness.
Transas says it is to upgrade the dual ECDIS on Arcadia Shipmanagement’s fleet so it can shift to paperless navigation.
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