5. February 2024

Meet us at the APM2024 in Singapore!

We are excited to inform you that (once more) we will participate at the Asia Pacific Maritime exhibition in Singapore. In 2024, it will take place March 13 – 15, as usual at the Marina Bay Sands. We will present the latest developments of our cutting-edge maritime software at the booth our well-known partner and distributor Jason Marine in exhibition hall E, stand E-J02.
29. October 2015

Communicating with Others in Shipping

For engineers the matter is rather simple because they can follow the technical process of communication in which a transmitter is sending out signals that are then picked up by a receiver. What counts is that the signal-to-noise ratio is within an acceptable range. However, people are more complicated as for them, signal and noise are just relative […]
22. September 2015

Crew: Learning and Developing

In this section, we examine the chapter “Learning and Developing” from the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency’s guide “The Human Element – A Guide to Human Behavior in the Shipping Industry” and we break down the most relevant information. It helps to understand how and why human accidents and errors occur and why they are still the leading […]
24. July 2014

Overlap planning in CB# mmc

Careful planning of crew changes also includes the on-board familiarization. Particularly for new key staff like Officers and Engineers, very often an overlap period ensures that familiarization and handover processes are done in a proper way. The visual crew planner of our CODieBOARD# maritime-management-center’s crewing module makes overlap planning very easy, and displays crew changes including overlaps in […]