Archive of: Technology

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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

Web Bulletin 2012

Martek expands BNWAS training to U.S. mariners

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

Web Exclusive 2012

VIDEO of Auto Position Escort Winch model undergoing test

The Auto Position Escort Winch is specially designed for ship escort and protects the tugboat from capsizing

Web Exclusive 2012

Saab announces commercial availability of fifth-generation maritime Automatic Identification Systems (AIS)

The defence and security company Saab announces that the company’s advanced fifth-generation R5 family of AIS products are now commercially available.

Web Exclusive 2012
Vessel tracking data changing industry’s course

Vessel tracking data changing industry’s course

Though the case has yet to even reach the courtroom, the investigation into the January sinking of the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia is already raising eyebrows as everything from the captain’s actions to his morals are debated publicly.

June/July 2012

Individual rescue beacons prove worth but aren't required yet

May 2012

Mowing the lawn: NOAA ship and crew go to great lengths to create accurate charts

May 2012

STCW amendments to force 'big shift' in ECDIS training

Though mariners face new certification requirements for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) this year, the maritime industry may not be ready to provide the training to meet them.

April 2012
New technologies arise in response to ballast water regulations

New technologies arise in response to ballast water regulations

March 2012

Prototype skimmer holds the potential for more effective cleanup of spilled oil

February 2012
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