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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

Tideland Signal reports has won a new order from Trinity House for seven dual-band racons (radar beacons).
Thomas Gunn Navigation Services has launched Voyager 4, the latest version of its navigational software system, featuring a number of new applications.
The Canadian Coast Guard reports that it is to upgrade twelve Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centres across the country with new technology to assist in the provision of communication and traffic services to mariners.
SAM Electronics has introduced its ECDISPILOT Basic, a new small ECDIS unit specifically designed for retrofit applications aboard ships of all types and sizes, in accordance with IMO carriage requirements beginning this July.
NAVTOR has announced the introduction of NavSync, a new system to allow the most up to date versions of Electronic Navigation Charts (ENCs) to be uploaded directly to an ECDIS from a USB device.
Sperry Marine reports that it is to supply integrated bridge systems (IBS) for the new class of patrol boats being built for the Swedish Coast Guard.
Marine electronics supplier Ships Electronic Services (SES) has announced that it has been awarded a GBP£375,000 contract to supply all the navigation and communications equipment for two new Hybrid Ferries being built at Ferguson Shipbuilders, Port Glasgow for Caledonian Marine Assets.
Veripos reports that it has been commissioned by Aberdeen-based Specialist Subsea Services (S3), the survey, positioning and ROV subsidiary of the Reef Subsea group of companies, to supply facilities and equipment aboard two of its new multi-purpose vessels, Reef Despina and Reef Larissa.
Imtech Marine has signed an Advanced Support Agreement for a second crane vessel with Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL), covering all of the systems onboard, including VSAT, computers, navigation and communication equipment.
Lloyd’s Register’s Strategic Research Group has joined forces with Totempower Energy Systems and Zodiac Maritime Agencies to assess the potential of wind-generation devices onboard commercial ships.
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