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Software, Big Data & IoT

KVH-owned Videotel has reported the release of a new training programme designed to foster cultural awareness among multinational crews.
Japan’s ClassNK and the United States Maritime Resource Centre (USMRC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which outlines the framework for “future technical cooperation” on research projects and maritime activities.
Japanese classification society ClassNK and Finnish software provider NAPA have joined forces on a new project in an effort to reduce the time and cost of ship design.
Seafarers Rights International (SRI) has reported the launch of a new app that will aid seafarers with legal issues and information concerning their rights.
ABB subsidiary Amarcon has reported that its OCTOPUS-Onboard vessel advisory solutions will be deployed on two Korean heavy freight vessels and a Norwegian heavy lift cargo vessel.
Adonis has reported that the Schmidt Ocean Institute (SOI) will be using Adonis Personnel Manager (APM) on its flagship research vessel, the R/V Falkor.
Transport and logistics specialist Inlecom Systems has reported the launch of i-Ship, a new software application that the company claims will speed up ship reporting processes with European and International maritime and custom authorities.
eMAR, a marine transport project part-funded by the EU, has announced the completion of its e-Maritime Strategic Framework (EMSF), which has been designed to enhance IT-based cooperation in the maritime sector.
Software provider Seven Oceans Genesis has reported that its new nautical distance calculator app is now available for both Android and Apple devices.
The IMO’s Marine Safety Committee (MSC) met in London last week for its 94th session, with several IT issues on the agenda, including Iridium’s proposed move to become a GMDSS satellite provider.
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