Korean Register launches new apps and online service for customers

first_imgThe online services, which are offered through websites and mobile apps, allow customers to manage their fleet, as well as apply for the inspection and approval of both equipment and materials. Customers can also expect to receive support for drawing approval without the need for paper documents. The KR e-Fleet v2 application’s fleet management system provides a vessel management mobile service, designed to let users check the status of ship inspection applications from their phone. Additionally, users can get information relating to the inspection, audit and location of a ship, all in real-time. These services were formerly provided through the website, by the existing KR e-Fleet. The Global Network also provides information on the KR branch nearest to a customer’s location. The KR EDAS v2 electronic drawing approval system is available on the web, enabling drawing approval works to be processed online for KR customers. As customers can manage drawings online from application to reply, it is expected that they will be able to reduce the time and cost needed to approve drawings drastically. As the system provides KR rules online and the Rule-Calculator function required for approval, strength calculations can be submitted conveniently online under the relevant regulations. (Image Courtesy: Korean Register) Korean Register (KR) has released a newly-upgraded suite of online services for customers. Announced by KR Chairman and CEO Lee Hyung-chul on 12 February 2020, the new services include KR e-Fleet v2 for fleet management, KR e-MESIS v2 for managing the inspection and approval of material and equipment and KR EDAS v2 for electronic drawing approval. The apps can be downloaded from the KR homepage (www.krs.co.kr) or via Google Play and App Store. Furthermore, the KR e-Fleet v2 website has added a new function to facilitate ship management by linking the ship’s location and inspection (audit) details.center_img Sea News, February 14 Lee Hyung-chul said, “KR has been developing its own IT programs for customers for years and building a paperless service environment, such as inspection certificates and drawings, in preparation for the era of the fourth industrial revolution. We expect that the new online services for our customers will increase customers’ convenience as well as improving efficiency by digitizing works between classification and customers, which were previously conducted offline.” Online paperless service includes fleet management, inspections and electronic drawing approval KR e-MESIS, a total management system for the inspection and approval of material and equipment, has simultaneously launched a website and app. The KR e-MESIS v2 app, newly introduced this year, allows users to apply for the inspection of equipment and materials anywhere in the world. The app also lets users check information on related certificates. The electronic certificate can be downloaded from the app, shortening the time it would otherwise take to provide data to equipment manufacturers. It also provides the user with easy access to previous inspection and approval records. Author: Baibhav Mishralast_img read more

Australian Open golf postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19

first_img Written By Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 28th July, 2020 10:05 IST Australian Open Golf Postponed Indefinitely Due To COVID-19 Golf Australia said Tuesday that the Australian Open tournament will be postponed indefinitely and if played will not be held until early 2021 Golf Australia said Tuesday that the Australian Open tournament will be postponed indefinitely and if played will not be held until early 2021.The tournament was scheduled for Kingston Heath Golf Club in Melbourne, which has been in lockdown due to a large increase in COVID-19 deaths and infections over the past two months. The 105th edition of the tournament was set to be played in November, but no firm dates had been set.Golf Australia operations manager Simon Brookhouse said he was hopeful that the national championship will still be played later in the Australian summer, likely in January, February or March of next year.”These are very challenging times for all Australians and the uncertainty the global pandemic has caused makes it very difficult to be definitive in relation to future dates at this time,” Brookhouse said.”Unfortunately, it is not a simple matter of whether or not we could co-ordinate any international stars to visit. The uncertainty of the quarantine requirements for any players coming from outside Australia needed to be considered.” Australian Matt Jones held off South African Louis Oosthuizen by one stroke to win his second Australian Open title last year at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney. Image credits: AP 1 month ago Australian warships encounter Chinese naval vessels in South China Sea, situation diffused First Published: 28th July, 2020 10:05 IST 1 month ago Australian govt sets up aged care response centre in Victoria amid surging COVID-19 cases COMMENT FOLLOW UScenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND WATCH US LIVE 1 month ago COVID-19: Australian man travels inside giant plastic bubble to protect himself from virus LIVE TV 1 month ago Australian watchdog accuses Google of privacy breaches 1 month ago 2021 Australian Open: Smaller crowds, player bio-securitylast_img read more

#5 West Sioux Hosts #7 Treynor In 1A

first_imgAudio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/jefftrey1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.That’s Cardinal’s head Coach Jeff Casey. Treynor will need to slow down a West Sioux offense led by the state’s all-time leading passer in Hunter Dekkers.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/jefftrey2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Casey says the offense will need to do its part.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/jefftrey3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.West Sioux coach Ryan Schwiesow says the key for his defense will be Treynor quarterback Jake Fisher.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/ryanwest1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Schwiesow says they need to slow down Treynor’s run game.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/ryanwest2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Schiewsow says Treynor has a solid defense.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/ryanwest3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Kick off is at 7 pm in Hawarden. Hawarden, Iowa — Fifth ranked West Sioux will host number seven Treynor in the quarterfinal round of the class 1A playoffs on Friday night. These teams met in the opening round a year ago and West Sioux claimed a 49-14 win.last_img read more