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Software, Big Data & IoT

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has announced that it will be making its publications on best practices for shipping companies available as eBooks from April 2013.
Software provider BASS announces it has struck a deal with OSM Ship Management to equip 14 of its vessels with the BASSnet Maintenance and Procurement modules.
Interschalt Maritime Systems has developed a software that aims to assist vessel operators in keeping trim at the optimum level, and consequently saving fuel.
Videotel reports that it has revised and updated its Piracy and Armed Robbery training programme.
Oceanfile has launched a software designed to help tanker operators manage vetting and inspections.
Evry’s MarineLink has announced that it has upgraded its SupplierOnline e-commerce software system for the maritime industry.
Norwegian company Seagull announces it has introduced two new computer based training modules (CBT) – a Seafarer Appraisal course and a Behaviour-based Safety course.
Canadian group Eurocontrol has announced that its subsidiary Xenemetrics has introduced an onboard X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) analysis system.
Tecnitas, the consultancy arm of Bureau Veritas, has launched a new software tool, E2, aimed at optimising energy usage for both individual ships and across fleets.
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