Monday 24th Sep, 2018
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Deputy PM praises reductions in Reef vessel groundings

Michael McCormack headed north to check out NAV18 on the Gold Coast

IALA secretary-general, Francis Zachariae. Photo: David Sexton

Marine sector faces technology gap says IALA secretary-general

Technology is making an impact but beware of ‘hype’ is the view of a senior IALA figure


New weather data services available to mariners

Options for getting important weather information were explained at the NAV18 symposium

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Technology powers change in the field of navigation aids

NAV18 on the Gold Coast entered its second day with a presentation from an MSQ executive about technology and navigation

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AMSA chair reflects upon Australian maritime links

NAV18 on the Gold Coast is underway with speakers from Australia and overseas

IALA secretary-general, Francis Zachariae. Photo: David Sexton

Aviation safety through automation a lesson for maritime sector, says IALA secretary-general

Day-1 of the Navigation Safety Symposium has heard much discussion about the role of automation

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Ships… efficient movers of freight or large polluters?

RECENTLY, the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee agreed to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions of ships by…
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IMO emissions agreement welcomed by Wärtsilä

The Finnish marine and energy technology company says there is no single solution for decarbonising the shipping sector.