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Fugro Part of Remote Sat Seafloor Mapping

Fugro is participating in an EU co-funded research and innovation project to develop a remote solution for global satellite-derived seafloor mapping. The three-year project, named “4S” (Satellite Seafloor Survey Suite), will develop an online cloud-based solution that will use highly automated Earth-observation algorithms and workflows to remotely map and monitor seafloor habitats, morphology and shallow-water bathymetry. Fugro will lead the

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2021 NOIA Safety in Seas Competition

The 2021 NOIA Safety in Seas Awards Competition is now open. Entry forms must be submitted to NOIA by Monday, February 22, 2021. Winners will be announced during NOIA’s annual meeting April 14 to 16, 2021. Since 1978, the National Ocean Industries Association has held the Safety in Seas (SIS) Awards competition to recognize excellence among those who, by their

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‘Maritime Industry 2.0’ White Paper

Rivertrace Ltd. has published a new white paper on digitalization, with expert insight into the evolution of smart water quality monitoring technology and electronic reporting methods. Entitled “Maritime Industry 2.0: The Future is Digital,” the white paper explores key milestones passed in the shipping industry’s digital transformation journey to date and examines how traditional, manual methods for monitoring and record keeping

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New Energy Division at Crowley

Crowley Shipping has formed a New Energy division strategically focused on diverse services supporting the emerging energy sectors in the U.S. and adjacent regions, concentrating in offshore wind and liquefied natural gas (LNG). The new division builds on the company’s 53-year history of support in the oil and gas industry with U.S.-flag vessel assets, engineering and logistics services, many of

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USCG Polar Star’s First Visit to Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Since 2013

USCG Polar Star

The Seattle-based Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star (WAGB-10) has made a logistics stop at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, 30 days into a months-long Arctic deployment. The 44-year-old heavy icebreaker is patrolling the Bering and Chukchi Seas to project power and support national security objectives throughout Alaskan waters and into the Arctic, including along the Maritime Boundary Line between the United States

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K-Sim for Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific

Kongsberg Digital reports that the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) has adopted its new K-Sim e-learning solution, as well as commissioning installation of a cutting-edge K-Sim Safety firefighting simulator at its premises in the Philippines. Kongsberg Digital is heading the digitalization of the maritime training industry and is continuously adding new simulation-based training applications to its digital

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