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| August 4, 2020
Industry-First ECDIS Approval for Bridge Alarm Management Standard

In an industry first, eGlobeG2 has been certified compliant with IEC62923-1 and IEC62923-2 standard alert and cluster identifier for Bridge Alarm Management (BAM). BAM is a critical safety initiative, intended to reduce the number of similar alert signals on a vessel’s bridge.

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| July 7, 2020
eGlobe G2 achieves Japan Type Approval

ChartWorld, one of the world's leading providers of digital navigation solutions, received ECDIS Type Approval from the Japan MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) to support Japan-Flag vessels.

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, | July 12, 2019
ChartWorld - a proud partner of World ECDIS Day 2019

For the third time ChartWorld become a proud partner of World ECDIS Day in Hamburg. Being one of the main partners and the member of the Organising Committee of such an event is a great honour and responsibility we treasure. We hope the guests will enjoy WED 2019 as much as we do!

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| March 29, 2019
Furuno and ChartWorld Enter Cooperation Agreement on Information Overlays

Furuno and ChartWorld have announced a cooperation agreement on the promotion of ChartWorld’s ground-breaking information-overlay service to Furuno ECDIS operators and owners.

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| February 14, 2019
ChartWorld Launches World-First 4K ECDIS

ChartWorld has announced the launch of its next generation eGlobe G2+ ECDIS. eGlobe G2+ is the world's first 4K ECDIS, displaying chart data in ultra-high definition, greatly improving ECDIS visibility and safety, route planning capability, and overall situational awareness.

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| January 23, 2019
Cyber Risk Mitigation: “How” not “What”

With the release of the seventh edition of the SIRE Vessel Inspection Questionnaire (VIQ7) in September 2018, tanker owners and managers are scrambling to review their cyber security best practice and bring their policies and procedures up-to-date.

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| July 18, 2018
T&Ps and ECDIS: Considerations For Deck Officers

ECDIS was designed to improve safety and ease the workload of navigators. One activity which has burdened navigators since the invention of paper charts is that of chart corrections. 

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| March 14, 2018
Why offer ECDIS for Free?

Steven Schootbrugge, CEO, discusses trends surrounding the development of ECDIS offering and the company’s ECDIS for Free solution

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| March 14, 2018
Shipping Industry Missing Important ECDIS Upgrade

As an industry shipping isn’t immune to this problem. In August 2015, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) published the new edition 4.0 of IEC61174 “Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) – Operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results.” 

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