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registerGlobal eNav – Great Benefits Awaiting a Resilient System

art1September 6, 2017 — The next great leaps for international maritime productivity are poised to be the introduction of autonomous/remotely operated vessels, and the multitude of maritime and supply chain efficiencies brought about by the promised but long-delayed implementation of IMO’s eNavigation concept. Continue Reading…

The Maritime ExecutiveUSCG issues guidance on compliance with IMO BWM Convention

art2September 8, 2017 — The IMO Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention entered force today and the U.S. Coast Guard yesterday released a policy letter (17-05) entitled “Guidelines for Voluntary Compliance with the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004.” Continue Reading…

MarineLogFuel efficiency system completes TOTAL proof of concept

art3September 5, 2017 — France-based company Opsealog has announced the completion of Proof of Concept (POC) testing of its maritime fuel efficiency analytics platform in partnership with TOTAL E&P Angola, reporting an 11.5 per cent reduction in fuel consumed over a 6-month period across the fleet of 15 vessels included in the trial. Continue Reading…

DigitalShipGlobal LNG Bunkering Market to Reach USD 8.19bln by 2023

art4September 7, 2017 — Global LNG Bunkering market is expected to grow from $248.64 million in 2016 to reach $8187.35 million by 2023 with a CAGR of 64.7%. Continue Reading…

MarineLinkFirst Marine Type Approval for Cyber Enabled Components

art5September 11, 2017 — As the marine industry moves towards the incorporation of digital, connected solutions onboard ships, Lloyd’s Register (LR) released Type Approval Requirements for components within Cyber Enabled Systems on board Ships. According to LR, introduction of this type approval procedure is important, as it defines a critical point in the evolution of smart technology implementation within the marine and offshore industry – delivering an assurance system that provides confidence in the market for the supply of cyber enabled components. Continue Reading…

Screen Shot 2016-09-13 at 3.21.25 PMKVH launches cloud-based Videotel Performance Manager for maritime training

art6September 11, 2017 — (MIDDLETOWN, R.I. and LONDON) — To help maritime operators ensure that crew are training and performing at their peak, KVH Industries Inc. has introduced Videotel Performance Manager. Videotel Performance Manager combines the extensive range of training content from Videotel with the power of Web-based data analytics. Continue Reading…

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