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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

British company Robosys Automation, a pioneer in artificial intelligence (AI) for the maritime industry, has launched the latest version of its Voyager 100 series software for commercial vessels.
The additive manufacturing (AM) technology would enable Keppel to print high-value components for offshore products with significantly faster production times and more economically.
ONE SEA, the industry alliance which aims to lead the way towards an operating autonomous maritime ecosystem by 2025, has appointed Capt Eero Lehtovaara as its new chairman.
Solis Marine, the project manager for a new prototype data platform that aims to help develop autonomous vessels has urged more companies and organisations to come forward to test the data platform, MARLab.
ClassNK has released its “Guidelines for Automated/Autonomous Operation of ships - Design development, Installation and Operation of Automated Operation Systems/Remote Operation Systems.”
Singapore-based Avetics Global has received Lloyd’s Register certification as approved service supplier to conduct surveys using Remote Inspection Technique (RIT) on the structure of ships and mobile offshore units by via unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAV) and attending surveyor for close-up survey.
Kongsberg Maritime has signed an agreement with the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue to develop new and innovative maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) technologies.
Sponsored by Digimark Digimark’s solution, based on smart glasses, is able to share information between field service operators and support departments. This increases productivity and customer satisfaction, resulting in decreased costs and increased revenue.
Maritime technology company GNS and Cornes Chart Group, a leading charts business, have announced the acquisition of GNS by Cornes.
The Swedish Club has launched a new edition of Navigational Claims, which aims to provide an insight into the causes of maritime incidents and environmental damage, which are often attributed to navigational error.
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