Mon, 18 Jun 2012 6:28p.m.
There are calls for navigational technology at New Zealand ports to be improved to reduce the risk of another environmental disaster like the Rena.
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20/06/2012 10:22:21 a.m.
The technology is there now and should be used. Every ship within NZ waters should have a GPS tracker on it. I include ocean going yachts and trawlers. That way their location and direction would be known at all times. Computer generated alarms could then be set up and search and rescues would be easier. Screen based maps now show every known danger and alarms can be set.
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