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Subject:eMaritime News for 13th July 2013

Maritime telemedicine service launched

Software developer Diginonymous and the Maritime Medical Access Program at The George Washington University (GWU) have teamed up to offer a shipboard video telemedicine service for the
maritime industry, to help clients meet the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 requirements for crew healthcare. 

E-navigation – it’s all about harmonisation
For IMO’s e-navigation programme to be successful an increasing focus must be placed on defining data standards and harmonising information exchange between different systems


Cloud computing at Uniteam Marine
The influence of cloud computing technology, in both our professional and personal lives, is growing – and yet, in the maritime IT sector, use of cloud-based systems is not yet widespread. Some shipping companies have, however, begun to implement this technology, with encouraging results.

Easing customs formalities
The European Commission has set out plans to ease customs formalities for ship but it’s as yet unclear as to how the changes are likely to affect EU ports.

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