The Latest News about ChartWorld Group. 
| June 26, 2024
ChartWorld Launches eSync to Address Cyber Security Needs of a More Connected World Fleet

ChartWorld has launched eSync, a revolutionary onboard data gateway designed to meet the growing cyber security demands of a more connected global shipping fleet.

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| May 3, 2024
ChartWorld launches Radar-As-A-Service

ChartWorld has launched a ‘Radar as a service’ model, providing Raymarine’s Pathfinder™ Solid State IMO X-Band radar system on a subscription basis.

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| February 16, 2024
New MyRA Features Allow for Area Avoidance and Improve Route Creation Functionality

ChartWorld has launched its updated MyRA 1.8 automatic voyage planning tool. This version includes…

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| February 8, 2024
eGlobe ECDIS by ChartWorld: New Type-Approval

ChartWorld is pleased to announce that it has successfully passed a new type-approval for its eGlobe G2 ECDIS, performed by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) at the end of 2023…

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| January 30, 2024
ChartWorld Expands CIO+ Data Service to Tokyo Keiki ECDIS Models

ChartWorld has announced the successful launch of its innovative Information Overlay (CIO+) data service for Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS models.

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| January 16, 2024
ChartWorld Group Rejoins CIRM

ChartWorld Group, a leading provider of maritime navigation solutions, is pleased to announce its rejoining of the Comité International Radio-Maritime (CIRM). This strategic decision aligns with the ongoing to enhance ChartWorld’s profile and increase exposure within the wider marine electronics community.

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| December 12, 2023
Navigation Support Updates in Response to Threats and Attacks on Shipping

Following increasing threats and recent attacks on merchant vessels, and updated advice from industry associations, ChartWorld has released updates to its route networks and digital routing service…

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| December 1, 2023
Smooth watch hand over at ChartWorld Group Germany

ChartWorld Group, a global leader in digital navigation solutions for the maritime industry, proudly welcomes back Bjoern Roehlich in a pivotal role as the Global Director of Customer Success. In this capacity, Bjoern will oversee Customer Service and Technical Support, ensuring an advanced 24/7 support for clients worldwide.

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| October 10, 2023
Areas to Be Avoided (ATBAs) in CIO+

CIO+ Environmental database now includes Areas to Be Avoided (ATBAs), established by IMO to protect the environment. According to the IMO routeing guide, in order to avoid the risk of oil pollution and severe damage to the environment, ships of certain specified sizes, carrying dangerous cargo, should avoid such areas.

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| August 7, 2023
World ECDIS Day 2023 and ChartWorld: Making a Reality of Commercially Efficient, Environmentally Responsible Shipping

It has been our pleasure to support WED since 2015 and we are proud to be official partners of the event again this year…

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