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eGlobe G2

IB Marine Integrates ChartWorld’s Hosting Service into InfoSHIP Performance Solution

IB Marine will now include ChartWorld’s navigation data in its fleet performance monitoring solution. For InfoSHIP clients this will result in, improved performance and greater transparency over navigational operations and costs. 

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MyFleet_StayAway

ChartWorld’s MyFleet updated to include safety and review features

ChartWorld has made several safety-enhancing additions to its state-of-the-art MyFleet application. MyFleet has been designed so that shore staff, wherever they are, can perform and check the voyage planning process and execution.

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Cliff LIm

ChartWorld appoints Cliff Lim as Business Development Director Asia

ChartWorld today announces that Cliff Lim has re-joined the Company as Business Development Director Asia. Cliff begins his new role immediately.

 

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CW_SA

StayAway service complements ENC Depth Information

ChartWorld has taken advantage of bathymetry derived from multi-spectral satellite imagery to detect thousands of underwater objects. This information was used to make hidden shoals visible to mariners and to transform what was a pilot project into a Global Service. Learn more at cio-plus.chartworld.com.

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CW&ZN

ChartWorld And ZeroNorth Enter Joint Solution Partner Agreement

ChartWorld and maritime technology company, ZeroNorth have entered into a Joint Solution Partner Agreement, the companies have announced today. Under this agreement, ChartWorld will license access to its route network, port database, and navigational safety systems, complementing ZeroNorth’s unique vessel optimization platform.

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IAPH

New global ISO-standard for ship-shore data exchange

ChartWorld is one of the first signatories to the IAPH's invitation to co-create a global digital ISO standard for the exchange of administrative and operational data. This is a significant moment and is the culmination of well over three years’ work by NGOs and key maritime players in both private and private sectors. 

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Service partners certificates

ChartWorld's Service Partner Awards

ChartWorld are well known for having a strong, growing team of selected service partners, all of them working to the highest standards. Last year our Technical Service did a global audit of all ChartWorld service partners and honoured them for a job well done. 

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Eyesea

ChartWorld supports pollution mapping initiative - Eyesea

Eyesea, a not-for-profit organisation, uses cutting edge technology and the support of seafarers, shipowners, managers and maritime professionals to collect and process oceanic pollution data.

The DigitalShip | 07 December 2020 | Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

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MyRA

ChartWorld delivers updates to MyRA

ChartWorld is pleased to announce the latest round of updates to its digital routing service, My Route Appraisal (MyRA). MyRA provides both vessels and onshore personnel with a proposed ECDIS-ready voyage plan.

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Oliver Schwarz

Navigating the impact of COVID-19

Across the maritime world, Covid-19 has accelerated the take-up of digital and new tech solutions. The world of ECDIS, charts and navigation is no different – but, as Felicity Landon reports, there are other important drivers too.

The Ship Supplier |  Issue 85 2020  |  ECDIS, Charts & Navigation

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ECAP

ChartWorld teams up with EMH Systems Ltd. to offer advanced environmental compliance planning services

Limassol, Cyprus and New York, NY – ChartWorld International and EMH Systems Ltd. are proud to announce the innovative Environmental Compliance Assistance Platform (ECAP) planning service, which will enable enhanced voyage planning for environmental concerns.

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eGlobe G2

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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