Worldwide there are approximately 3,000 merchant ports and the work of the Harbour Master can vary widely from country to country and from port to port even within the same country.
Navicom Dynamics is passionate about building marine navigation systems and providing training on precision positioning technology.
We know that maritime professionals need to be highly efficient, safe, and accurate when navigating, and our systems and training are designed and manufactured to facilitate this. We’ve been working with the maritime industry for close to two decades now, designing and manufacturing the best precision navigation systems in the world.
Based in Auckland, New Zealand, we service customers in over 40 countries. Our satisfied customers include marine pilots, mooring masters, harbour masters, terminal operators, and port authorities in over 300 ports. We also provide extensive training on Portable Pilot Unit (PPU) use and best practice, to equip you and your pilots with everything you need to be confident Portable Pilot Unit (PPU) users.
We can’t wait to partner with you and boost your efficiency, improve your safety, and enhance your situational awareness on the water.
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It was reported on 16 January that Rolls-Royce has reached another milestone towards CO2-neutral energy supply. The further developed 12-cylinder gas engine of the mtu Series 4000 has successfully passed the first test runs with 100% hydrogen and showed very good results in terms of efficiency, power, emissions and combustion.
The tests, carried out by the Power Systems business unit, showed very good characteristics in terms of efficiency, performance, emissions and combustion, it is understood. These tests mark another important step towards the commercial introduction of hydrogen solutions to meet the demand of customers for more sustainable energy.
The range of short sea container services available from Hutchison Ports London Thamesport is to be increased following the announcement by Viasea Shipping of a new service from the South East UK port to Norway and the Baltic.
Commenting on the new sailing, Mark Taylor, Director, London Thamesport, said: ‘London Thamesport is already well established as one of the leading short sea container ports in the SE England and offers excellent service levels in both quayside and landside operations. We are delighted that Viasea Shipping has chosen Thamesport as its gateway into the region.