Marlink, Fraunhofer CML Institute Partner on Ship Digitalization Project
Marlink and research institute Fraunhofer CML (Center for Maritime Logistics and Services) annonced a partnership to identify Key Performance Indicator (KPI) data to accelerate digitalization and define the ROI scenarios for operational efficiency.Marlink will leverage its BridgeLink solution to deliver
Raytheon Anschütz Launches NautoPilot 5000NX
Raytheon Anschütz launched NautoPilot 5000NX, a new autopilot for ships which the company says combines unique algorithms for precise steering performance with a wide range of fuel-saving features. NautoPilot 5000NX displays all navigational information on a 7-inch graphical touchscreen.“Years
Satcom: Intellian Expands XEO Series
Intellian expanded its XEO Series, a Ku/Ka electronically switching dual-band multi-orbit VSAT antennas, with the addition of the X100D and X150D. The XEO Series were first unveiled in March 2022 at the Satellite Show, leading to Intellian’s design of the X100D, available later this month, and the X150D, launching in early Q3 2023.
Harlem Rocket to Collaborate with Raymarine
The Harlem Rocket, a new high-speed boat tour on the Hudson River along the famed Harlem and Upper Manhattan waterfront set to launch in the Spring of 2023, announced a sponsorship and collaboration with Raymarine. The Harlem Rocket, to be launched from the West Harlem Piers, will feature guidance systems produced by Raymarine.
Sea Machines Installs AI-ris Computer Vision Product on a USCG Cutter
Boston-based maritime autonomy and perception systems company Sea Machines Robotics, Inc, announced it has installed its new AI-ris computer vision product onboard a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) 270-foot Famous-class Medium Endurance Cutter ahead of the vessel’s upcoming deployment.AI-ris uses artificial
TDI-Brooks Installs Starlink on Its Research Vessels
U.S. based marine services firm TDI-Brooks announced it has installed the Starlink Maritime platform on two of its four research vessels, with plans to equip the remaining vessels at a later date.The two vessels, Brooks McCall and Miss Emma McCall, are currently working on the U.S. East Coast performing G&G surveys for offshore wind programs.
Stolt Tankers to Install Yara Marine's FuelOpt on Seven More Ships
Stolt Tankers and Yara Marine Technologies have signed an agreement to equip a further seven tankers with Yara Marine's FuelOpt propulsion optimization technology. The agreement was signed at SMM in Hamburg, Germany on Wednesday, 7 September 2022. This new order follows the installation and evaluation
Danelec Unveils Synchronized VDR Data and CCTV Interface
Voyage data recorder (VDR) manufacturer and maritime internet of things (IoT) infrastructure provider Danelec has developed a unique, practically plug and play solution for the integration of onboard high-definition CCTV with data collected and stored by its DM100 VDRs. Called IP Video Interface (IPVI),
Sperry Marine Debuts Self-tuning Autopilot
Sperry Marine has unveiled NAVIPILOT 4500N, a networked, self-tuning, fully adaptive heading control system. The first in a new series of autopilot systems, NAVIPILOT 4500N is designed to deliver improved course-keeping with reduced fuel consumption and a lower workload on the bridge, the company said.
Royal Caribbean Will Be Industry's First to Use SpaceX’s Starlink High-speed Internet
Royal Caribbean Group this week revealed it will be the industry's first cruise ship operator to implement SpaceX’s Starlink for onboard broadband internet service for guests and crew fleetwide.The cruise giant said on Tuesday it will immediately begin installing Starlink high-speed, low-latency