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  • Telenor Maritime announces world’s first...

    Telenor Maritime has a long-standing relation to Color Line and announces that the world first shipborne 4G network is operating on one of its ships, enabling passengers to enjoy 4G speeds while surfing on mobile phones, significantly enhancing the user experience.

  • DIGITAL SHIP iSHIPPING CONFERENCE SET TO TAKE...

    Digital Ship iShipping Copenhagen 2017 has been developed to take a bird’s eye view of the technical developments and drivers we have seen emerging over the last few years. Across two days of keynote presentations, plenary sessions, panel discussions and round tables, we will look at how these are going to continue transforming the maritime industry.

  • Martek Drones to Protect European Waters

    Martek Drones, a division of Martek Marine, has big plans for the future, starting with their 2-meter long drones and a multi-million euro contract with the European Maritime Safety Agency, for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) services in the maritime environment.

  • Indonesia seeks maritime merit of ‘Vikings’

    The government has invited 33 companies from Norway and Denmark to explore business opportunities in the country’s maritime sector, including in port management and security, to help meet its vision of becoming one of the world’s top maritime powers.

  • Key maritime players discuss digitization, big...

    Opportunities emerging from big data and digitization and their role in re-shaping the future of the maritime sector was discussed during a workshop held by Dubai Maritime City Authority in cooperation with Det Norske Veritas, one of the world's largest classification society of vessels.

  • Look to Denmark for Maritime Innovation

    Over 100 years ago, Danish engineers built the first advanced ocean-going diesel driven ship. Her name was Selandia, and she was crammed full with innovative technology. When it comes to shipping and maritime technology, Denmark’s reputation as ‘green’ and ‘intelligent’ persists to this very day.

  • New Project Uses Drones to Monitor Ship Emissions

    Global maritime technology innovator Martek Marine said it has been included on a framework contract by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) for remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) services in the maritime environment.

  • Panasonic expands maritime VSAT technology

    Panasonic Global Communications has selected Newtec to supply high bandwidth satellite modems for its maritime satellite communications solutions. Versions of Newtec’s new modem will be available with Panasonic’s upgraded VSAT services for commercial shipping, cruise ships, mega yachts, river cruises and offshore oil and gas vessels.

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Maritime Will Use Shipping2030 Europe And Green Ship Technology Europe Conferences To Plot The Way Ahead For A Smarter And Greener Industry

There’s now less than three weeks to go until over 400 industry leaders from the world of maritime innovation, green technology and ground-breaking digitalisation will come together for GST Europe & Shipping2030 conferences. Taking place between 22-24 March, delegates will debate key issues including: digital models of doing business; smart and autonomous shipping and operations; green technology for cleaner air and water; how to guarantee a sustainable shipping industry.

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ABS Publishes Advisory on Hybrid Electric Power Systems

ABS has announced that, in an effort to provide "the critical information marine and offshore owners and operators need to make smarter decisions about energy generation and storage," the classification society has published the ABS Advisory on Hybrid Electric Power Systems.

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Atlas unveils hitech coastal surveillance systems

Atlas Telecom, a full service communications technology integration and security solutions company, has launched its breakthrough coastal surveillance and protection systems for UAE and GCC Security authorities at the ongoing International Defence Exhibition and Conference (Idex 2017) in Abu Dhabi.

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World's First Purpose-built LNG Bunkering Vessel Delivered to ENGIE, Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK

ENGIE, Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation, and NYK have taken delivery of the world's first purpose built liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel (LBV) from Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd., at the Yeongdo shipyard in Busan, Korea. She will run on LNG for her maiden voyage, after a few days of loading LNG delivered by trucks at the shipyard.
 

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Navico gets Vodafone clout

Using the Vodafone Global Internet of Things (IoT) SIM, GoFree can provide vessel operators, fleet managers, and service technicians with the ability to monitor, log, transmit and report important vessel information in real-time.  

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