Due to the coronavirus pandemic and its global restrictions on major events and international travel, SMM has been postponed to 2 – 5 February 2021.
We will do our best to make the whole event as comfortable as usual for you, so that the only thing that changes for you is... »
A nice video showing WASSP W3 ability to map the seafloor accurately in 3D and in real-time to safely explore it all in advance of a superyacht to find the safest passage and anchorage.
The trawler LOMUR gets a new VSAT solution and achieves a significant increase in bandwidth.
Important notice to our customers who use FURUNO GPS products for marine use that are affected by GPS week number rollover.
We are naturally socially conscious which is why many of our employees now work from home, but ALL functions within the company are maintained so that we can continue to provide our customers with our normal service regarding sales of equipment and spare parts, as well as... »
An unique QR code is newly printed on an individual APT test report and COC issued by GSP. The QR code provides customers and surveyors direct access to Furuno’s website to check the details of APT.
We are happy to announce that we have entered a partnership with the digital startup company C-LOG. The cooperation with C-LOG means, FURUNO will soon be able to offer our customers and certificate holders access to an online certificate management platform.
FURUNO Danmark A/S has made agreement with Azerbaijanian company Caspian Shipping Company (ACSC) to appoint company Marine Technics Baltia OU to be exclusive supplier of FURUNO equipment to CSC’s considerable fleet of vessels.
A number of older products will be subject to GPS roll over in near future: FELCOM 12-15-16-18-19, GP 80-90-150-170 and FA 100-150-170. Click here to download PDF with details.
Inventory of the replacement GPS cores had been depleted and its maintenance period expired, Furuno strongly recommend to replace the GP-80 with GP-170.
Peter Højergaard’s retirement and Henrik Mertz take over as new Manager of Technical Service and Support for FDK.
Amendments to SOLAS Chapter IV and Appendix to accommodate additional mobile satellite systems providers recognised for use in the GMDSS per January 1st 2020
The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) held its annual conference and expo in Florida, where they revealed their exclusive "Product of Excellence" awards for the year. Furuno proved their dominance in the sensor market by once again bringing home the coveted... »
The migration of Classic Aero, Fleet 77, Swift 64 and Inmarsat C services (to include Aero C and Mini C) from the Pacific Ocean Region (POR) I-3 satellite to the Asia/Pacific (APAC) I-4 satellite has been completed, as planned, on 29 August 2018 starting at 06:00 UTC.
Satellites that form the Inmarsat-3 (I-3) L-band constellation are now approaching the end of their operational life and Inmarsat has planned the transition of services from the I-3 fleet onto our Inmarsat-4 (I-4) constellation.
We have just received two brand new GPS chart plotters. They are very smart and comes with Multi Touch Display, build-in GPS, CHIRP fishfinder, connection to our WiFi radar and much more.
FURUNO has launched a new IMO-approved Solid State S-band Radar: FAR-2xx8. In time i will replace the very popular FAR-21x7 radar. The new radar is also available as X-band radar, but initially only as magnetron radar.
FURUNO Maritime Training is pleased to announce that their new Ice Navigation training course has been approved by the classification society DNV GL. The training course provides operators with the competences to navigate safely in polar waters.
Portugal has installet TZ Coastal Monitoring - to better be able to survey the coast for marine traffic, safety and illegal activities.
Please be informed that the Department of the Air Force in the US made an announcement on GPS, Issue of Data, Clock (IODC) Value Selection Process and IS-GPS-200H Compliance. In the announcement, IODC (Issue of Data, Clock) values are expected to be changed from March 1,... »
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