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Saturday, December 14, 2019

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EU/IMO Global Project Drives Energy Efficiency

The GMN global network of maritime technology cooperation centers has completed numerous pilot projects over the past three years, helping to drive forward the changes which are required to reduce GHG emissions from shipping. A global network of maritime technology cooperation centers has completed an impressive array of pilot projects over the past three years, helping to drive forward the changes which are required to reduce GHG emissions from shipping.Five regional Maritime…

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Enhanced Vessel Tracking via Oceans X

Oceans X is a new web-based platform that allows a wide variety of users such as port agents, bunkers suppliers, port chandlers, port authorities, banks and others to track and monitor tankers and dry cargo vessels globally and in real-time. Oceans X’s vessel monitoring technology uses a combination of automatic identification system (AIS), artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive data analytics to add value for the user.For example, sing Ocean X’s Distance tool feature, which is available to all users for free…

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Hanseaticsoft Unveils New Crewing Module

Cloud-based maritime management software provider Hanseaticsoft GmbH has launched its updated and enhanced crewing module, Cloud Crewing 2.0 to help shipping companies better manage their crews across multiple ships.The software is available within Cloud Fleet Manager (CFM), the company’s web-based platform, which allows information to be centralized, processed and accessed in real time using apps and mobile devices. The crewing module helps optimize crewing processes, including the interaction…

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Inmarsat Launches SafetyNET II

Inmarsat has launched a vital new service, SafetyNET II, for Maritime Safety Information Providers (MSIPs), marking a key stage in upgrading the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), which helps to save thousands of lives at sea each year. Inmarsat’s new generation international broadcast and automatic reception service for Maritime Safety Information (MSI), enables MSIP’s to transition their communications to web-based messaging. As a web-based service, SafetyNET II introduces broadcast scheduling…

Q88Dry.com Adds Cargill Fleet

Q88 LLC announce that Cargill International SA has signed an agreement to use the Q88Dry.com platform. The agreement will allow Cargill to efficiently manage the certificates, vessel descriptions and forms for their time charter fleet. Fritz Heidenreich, President, said, "We are proud to have Cargill, the world's largest grain trader and the largest privately held corporation, join our service for their commercial and operational needs. The Q88Dry.com platform will allow Cargill to efficiently maintain and share all vessel documents and information…

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Global Problem, Local Action: IMO/EU Initiative

A new IMO video puts the spotlight on how an IMO/EU initiative is helping cut maritime emissions in the Solomon Islands as part of a global project to help tackle climate change.When the solar-powered LED lights go on at night in the port of Honiara, Solomon Islands, they are helping the port meet IMO maritime security requirements.But these lights are also a shining example of how a global project, through regional centers, can help individual countries' ports and shipping sectors improve energy efficiency, cut emissions and clean up local air quality.

EU-funded R&D Delivers Enhanced Port Security

A new Port Security Management System (PSMS) will be introduced for the first time by Henk van Unnik of Tosepo in London on 13-14 November 2014. PSMS is an interactive real time dynamic web-based dashboard that will help maritime and logistics professionals assess and improve overall port security. PSMS has been developed as part of SUPPORT (Security UPgrade for PORTs) which is co-ordinated by BMT Group and part-funded by the EC's FP7 Security Research Programme. Henk van Unnik commented:  “The PSMS is unique.