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Unmanned Maritime Systems Market by Segmentation Analysis 2020-2025 – TechnoWeekly

This report studies the Unmanned Maritime Systems for Covid-19 market with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers. Find the complete Unmanned Maritime Systems for Covid-19 market analysis segmented by companies…

Japan C4ISR Market 2020 Insights and Business Scenario Northrop Grumman Corporation, BAE Systems PLC

The Japan C4ISR Market report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain. The report provides an in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macro-economic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per segments.

Candidates spar in five Congressional races across San Diego County

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Three congressional incumbents are defending their seats across San Diego County in the November election, while two other districts are up for grabs, with one representative retiring and another facing prison.In the 49th District, Rep. Mike Levin, D-San Juan Capistrano, will be challenged by Republican…

Maritime industry grappling with cyber-physical security as IT/OT converge

A panel of maritime and cybersecurity experts on October 21 discussed the changing demands on the maritime industry to ensure the physical security of vessels and shore side infrastructure and operations as information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) converge.The convergence is opening up new attack surfaces…

Increased security threats to vessels operating in the Gulf of Guinea

Pirates are kidnapping more seafarers off West Africa, IMB reportsOn 14 October 2020, the International Maritime Bureaus Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC) released figures showing a rise in piracy and armed robbery on the worlds seas in the first nine months of 2020, with a 40% increase in the number of kidnappings reported in the Gulf of Guinea, compared with the same period in 2019.

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Global License Management Software (COVID-19 Impact Analysis Included) Market Share, Trends, Forecas

License Management Software marketThe latest industry report that focuses on License Management Software Market and gives a professional and in-depth Global License Management Software market analysis and future prospects of License Management Software market 2020. The analysis report begins with the audit of the business condition and characterizes industry chain structure…

Report: Kidnappings By Pirates up 40% in Gulf of Guinea

By Emmanuel Addeh in Abuja with agency reportKidnappings rose by 40 per cent in the Gulf of Guinea in the first nine months of this year, a report by the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) , indicated yesterday.It noted that the region off West Africas coast now accounts for 95 per cent of global maritime kidnappings,…

Britains Royal Navy seizes 450kg of meth on dhow in Arabian Sea – Middle East Monitor

A British naval warship has seized 450kg of methamphetamine from a dhow in the northern Arabian Sea, officials said yesterday,According to a report by Associated Press the drugs were seized by HMS Montrose from a stateless traditional dhow, a cargo vessel used in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, on the 14 October. The seizure…

Concerned about Lasting Conflicts, Terrorism, Sectarian Tensions Plaguing Persian Gulf, Speakers in

SC/14333Calls for Yemen Ceasefire, Return to Iran Nuclear Programme among Main Points of DebateDeeply concerned about long-term conflicts, terrorism and sectarian tension in the Persian Gulf, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, expert briefers and ministerial‑level representatives called for the entire region’s…

The Canadian Surface Combatant – More than Just a Ship

With the release of Canada's defence policy Strong, Secure, Engaged in 2017, the Government of Canada signaled its commitment to renewing the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) fleet. As part of an effort to deliver a Blue Water Navy built around the ability to sustain two naval task groups of up to four combatants and a joint support ship…

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Auckland Covid-19 case runs B&B, but guests hear nothing from health officials

A Covid-19 case linked to the Auckland marine employee cluster runs a bed and breakfast but health officials have told his guests nothing. Some of those guests crossed paths with the man at his Coatesville BnB in north Auckland on Saturday, after he was exposed to the virus at work. Health authorities are defending their…

Eurobites: Portugal's Vodafone and NOS seal network-sharing pact

Portuguese mobile operators Vodafone and NOS sealed a network-sharing agreement aimed at slashing costs while they roll out higher-speed technologies. The tie-up entails the sharing of basestation equipment in rural and less densely populated areas, but only the supporting site infrastructure in urban areas. Mrio Vaz, Vodafone Portugal's CEO…

Vizag News: Bangladeshi ship drifts aground on Vizag beach | Visakhapatnam News

VISAKHAPATNAM: A Bangladeshi merchant ship, 1st line 80-meter long of length, drifted towards Visakhapatnam beach at Tenneti Park area after it lost both the anchors due to the deep depression crossed near coast on Tuesday morning. The ship was almost running aground and people in large numbers, including the morning walkers, gathered in the area.

Shipping lines oppose arrastre charges on empty containers

The Association of International Shipping Lines opposed a plan by the Philippine Ports Authority to introduce never-before-assessed arrastre rates on empty containers, saying any addition to shipping costs will not augur well with the country’s efforts to rebound from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. AISL said in a position paper to the PPA board on Oct.

Oil Down On Demand Worries - Despite More Evidence That Demand Is Recovering

Meanwhile, Libyan output and U.S. The one-two punch of Covid infection concerns and rising crude supply from Libya once again compelled traders to send oil prices downward on Friday, with both contracts on track for a weekly loss - the first in two weeks. Adding to their fears was Baker Hughes data showing that U.S. energy companies added five oil rigs to 287, the highest hike since May.