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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

Alphatron Marine reports that it has completed the delivery of a full package of ship electronics to the new pilot station vessel Polaris.
Rutter Inc has acquired OceanWaveS GmbH of Lüneburg, Germany, a company involved in the development and supply of radar-based wave and surface current measurement technology.
Satellite AIS provider exactEarth reports that it has successfully completed the payload performance testing of its latest AIS satellite, exactView-1 (EV-1), which was launched into orbit in July 2012.
SAM Electronics reports that it has been awarded a contract for the supply and installation of an IT network and associated equipment aboard Pieter Schelte, a €1.3 billion dynamically-positioned platform installation-decommissioning and pipelay vessel being built by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering in South Korea on behalf of Swiss-based Allseas…
ORBCOMM's attempts to launch the first of its second generation OG2 satellites, carrying technology that will support its space-based AIS service, were thwarted when a problem with the operation of the launch vehicle led to the satellite being deployed in the wrong orbit.
Transas has completed the supply of new training systems to the Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy and PanArab E-Navigation in two separate deals, while VSTEP has supplied NAUTIS and RescueSim simulators to the Technical University of Varna.
Kongsberg Maritime reports that it has completed development and the pilot course for a specialised training programme for offshore support vessel crews using its K-Master aft- and forward-bridge workstation.
Veripos has introduced a new inertially-aided solution for dynamically positioned vessels combining GNSS positioning technology with inertial measurements, called Verify Axiom.
A group of maritime industry organisations has issued a statement highlighting their concerns about levels of competence in ECDIS training.
A new anti-piracy system has been launched, combining surveillance and recognition technology with defensive measures to prevent pirates from boarding ships.
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