After several years of standstill, maritime workstations manufacturer, Flexibridge, is planning a triumphant return to the maritime market.
An unmanned surface vehicle (USV), packed with hydroacoustic mapping, positioning, communication, fish finding, and oceanographic research technology is being supplied to Aker BioMarine for its operations in the Southern Ocean.
When Norwegian fish farming support vessel operator DESS Aqua wanted to improve connectivity on its vessels early last year, it had some demanding criteria.
An agreement with leading Canadian seafood company includes crew internet access and Fleet Care support to secure fishing fleet connectivity off Canada’s east coast
Intelsat has released a smaller antenna class for its FlexMaritime service that will bring a new level of broadband connectivity performance and affordability to fishing and light commercial vessels around the world.
Also known as Norwegian lobster, prawns and langoustine, nephrops are among the most valuable species in European fisheries. For trawl fisheries for nephrops, a major headache is that skippers have to work largely blind, as these are animals that don’t show up on a sounder.
Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress high-speed maritime broadband services will be used by a Canadian seafood company to boost communications on its vessels.
Designed with small coastal fishing vessels in mind, Simrad’s medium-frequency SY50 offers the same advanced functionality users have come to expect from the larger units in the company’s range.
A EU-funded two-year project (2020-2021), proposes new technologies for the safety of small-scale fishing people and sustainable marine resource management. STARFISH 4.0 aims to provide digital tools to support and study Mediterranean small-scale fisheries.
Smart network solutions provider Marlink has extended its partnership with Soremar Group to provide an enhanced range of safety and vessel management services to fishing operators in North Africa.
Furuno has introduced a new high-performance echo sounder incorporating newly-patented species identification technology.