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​​​​This Device May Know More About the Boat Than Its Owner

Photo: Glomex Marine

Not knowing whether on board systems are functioning or if the vessel is where it should be is worrisome. With the new ZigBoat from Glomex Marine Antennas USA, owners have absolute peace-of-mind that the boat is safe and protected, no matter its size. It's a modular wireless system that can monitor

FarSounder-1000s for New Expedition Cruise Ships

(Photo: FarSounder)

U.S. based marine electronics manufacturer FarSounder said it has received an order for four FarSounder-1000 Forward Looking Sonars from ship navigation systems supplier Wärtsilä Valmarine to be installed into new expedition cruise ships over the next several years.“FarSounder's ongoing receipt of multi-system

Wartsila's Ship Technology Outlook Brightens

A Wärtsilä hybrid scrubber system (Image: Wärtsilä)

Ship technology and power plant maker Wartsila missed profit expectations on Thursday, citing postponed energy projects, but new orders beat forecasts with the help of rising demand for its marine sulphur scrubbers.Shares in the Finnish company dropped 4 percent by 0920 GMT after second-quarter core

World’s First High Temperature Accelerometer Unveiled

For the monitoring of gas turbines: the new acceleration and pressure sensors, plus fitting charge amplifiers from Kistler (Photo: Kistler)

Kistler has introduced what it says is world’s first high temperature accelerometer for the monitoring of gas turbines. Designed for long-term use at up to 700° C, the piezoelectric sensor – made in Switzerland – is not pyroelectric and does not show any popcorn effect, offering manufacturers and operators

CTG Wash Water Monitor Installed on Scrubber Retrofit in China

The installation represents one of the first scrubber retrofits to be carried out in a Chinese yard, a reflection of the industry-wide acceleration in the global scrubber market. (Photo: CTG)

A Sea Sentry wash water monitoring system for ship exhaust gas cleaning systems from maritime sensors manufacturer Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) has been installed in a Shandong Pure Ocean Technology scrubber, which has been retrofitted to Liberian-flagged bulk carrier BAO Glory, at the Weihai Xinhong shipyard in Weihai, China.

Cavotec Supports Sustainable Development of China’s Cruise Sector

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A battery-powered AMPMobile unit connects a ship to shore power at Shenzhen cruise terminal.   As ports, shipping lines, and authorities in China strive to reduce emissions from shipping, our innovative shore power technologies are playing a key role in delivering substantive change.   As highlighted in a recent Cruise Industry News report,

New VR Technology to Transform Yachting, Shipping Industries

(l-r): Richard Hooson, Sam Slater and Greg Beach on a recent client visit to Monaco. (Photo: The Landing)

The global yachting and shipping industries are queuing up to adopt the very latest in immersive virtual reality visualization, mapping and design technology developed at The Landing, MediaCityUK.   VR solutions designed specifically for the yachting industry, as well as for the merchant shipping sector,

Adonis software Suite to Support Viking's European Ferry Fleet

Adonis AS (Adonis),providers of global maritime HR solutions, has announced that Viking Line AB (Viking Line) will implement the Adonis Personnel Suite for their offices in Mariehamn, Finland and onboard six of their ferries.    The implementation will include Adonis Safety Module for six vessels,

ACR Electronics, Ocean Signal Tout Life-Saving Benefits

Photo: ACR Electronics

ACR Electronics, Inc. and Ocean Signal are highlighting to commercial owners and operators how the life-saving capabilities of its distress beacons, including their Category 1 automatically-deployed, float-free EPIRBs, are significantly enhanced due to Cospas-Sarsat’s next-generation Medium-Earth Orbit Search and Rescue (MEOSAR) system.

Alfa Laval Offers CBT for BWTS Ops

Photo: Alfa Laval

Lack of crew knowledge is not a valid reason for non-compliance in ballast water treatment. This is clear from statements made by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and is also suggested by the IMO Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention guidelines.   To help customers manage the challenge of keeping crews updated and trained,