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IMO: ECDIS manufacturers will act to clarify anomalies

The International Maritime Organization said electronic chart display manufacturers will make their latest software versions available to help ships clarify anomalies

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AWO urges more charting, AIS, icebreaking in Alaska

A Crowley Maritime vice president testified at congressional hearing in Alaska on the Coast Guard's presence in the Arctic

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NMEA members develop common Ethernet message infrastructure

The National Marine Electronics Association said a common infrastructure to share messages over Ethernet will be operational by the end of 2014

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U.S., Canada end overlapping electronic charts in Atlantic this week

The U.S. and Canada on Thursday ended overlaps on electronic navigational chart coverage in the Atlantic region, and now only one country's chart can be used per given area

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NMEA updates marine-electronics interface with navigation, AIS

The National Marine Electronics Association has released a significant update to NMEA 0183 interface

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ISF publishes new training book to include STCW updates, ECDIS

The International Shipping Federation has issued an updated Onboard Training Record Book for Deck Cadets

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France's Orolia acquires Boatracs to expand in U.S. workboat market

Orolia has acquired Boatracs to improve its commercial marine product offerings and expand in the U.S. workboat industry

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Chamber of Shipping applauds IMO action on ECDIS anomalies

The International Chamber of Shipping welcomes recent action from the IMO safety committee on EDCIS, including a meeting with manufacturers in September

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Martek expands BNWAS training to U.S. mariners

Martek Marine recently held bridge navigation warning alarm system training in Houston

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As deadline nears, Coast Guard approves Furuno BNWAS

The International Maritime Organization and U.S. Coast Guard have approved a Furuno bridge navigation watch alarm system, which also meets towboat regulation

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