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For safety and effi- ciency of navigation of Deepsea vessels,
Furuno offers a range of innovative ' radiocommunica- tions and radionavi- gation equipment complying with the IMO, IEC, ISO and other rele- vant standards. The equipment and systems are designed with state-of- the-art technologies, software exper- tise and sensor engineering.
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Systems (KMSS) combines develops marine electronic systems with over 100 years of experience in design, engineering and commissioning ship systems and simulators. KMSS delivers the industry's first integrat- ed ship control, on board training systems and satellite enabled fleet management software tools.
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Systems provides specialized and integrated AIS
Solutions. In the brochure, The
Solution, MDS overviews the fol- lowing products: AIMS Mill, KDU (Key Display Unit), ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and
Information System), ECS, AIMS
Utility Software and VTMIS.
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MaxSea naviga- tion software products are designed for all boaters, from the recreational sailor or motor boater, to the professional racer and the commer- cial fisherman. MaxSea provides
TrueView seamless chart technology for optimum viewing and brings point and click simplicity.
Circle No. 104 — Raytheon
BridfieCuntrol | Raytheon's
Bridge System is a modern, flexible design and can be used for all ship's bridges commercial and military and meets all conceivable ship's operating requirements. The user-friendly technology is designed for One Man Bridge Operation and to reduce workload and stress.
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Skanti j m Skanti has intro- —J IT duced the Skanti
Skanti Scansat F77 uses Inmarsat's recently launched Fleet 77 services and enables online access via MPDS (Mobile Packet Data Service).
MPDS allows the vessels, to be online at no charge, and only the tranfer of data will be charged per megabite. This allows the vessels to be online with shore systems.
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I gjl Consilium
J87 Selesmar ^^f / Consilium Selesmar recently launched the new SeLux TFT
Display. The flexi- ble modular radar display follows a new design that can work with both integrated in an IBS and as a stand- alone radar. It has full ARPA con- figuration exceeding IMO recom- mendations and can track up to 100 targets simultaneously.
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NDI offers the elec- tronic data products and services required by the shipping industry. Official
ENC and EC data with updating services will help ensure safe and efficient navigation in Canadian and international waterways. Digital Ocean
Professional electronic charts are the only officially released CHS vector charts on the market.
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Sailor Fleet 77, the
Tl"' new maritime high- speed satellite com- munications termi- nal was recently launched. It enables ship owners to optimize business oportunities and minimize costs by integration of the entire fleet into a corporate network. Each vessel can stay online constantly at no charge from Inmarsat. Sailor
Fleet77 offers high speed and cost effective data communication.
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Electronics has launched it's new
UAIS DEBEG 3400, which has accorded the
European Type Approval last
October by the German Maritime and Hydrographic Agency. The
DEBEG 3400 is designed to fit into STN ATLAS Marine
Electronics'navigation equipment as well as stand alone system.
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NautiCast AG is an
AlS-Systems spe- cialist, catering for the maritime and inland waterway industries. They are launching their
AIS-Transponder, the X-Pack DS, and will enhance their AIS offering with base, and repeater stations by spring 2003. NautiCast production is ISO 9001 certified and outsourced to Siemens AG Austria. .Circle No. Ill
Raymarine provides ^^SH the complete marine
Hgp| electronics package, including instrumen- tation, autopilots, radar, chartplotters, fishfinders, communications and PC charting software available through a global network of dealers and distrib- utors. Raymarine's headquarters are in Portsmouth, U.K. with key offices in Nashua, New Hampshire, and Ft.
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Alstom is a global special- ist in energy and transport infrastructure.
They serve the energy market through its activities in power gener- ation and power transmission and distribution, and transport through its activities in rail and marine. /V
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Technologies has introduced the 958
The all new 958 integrates a Chart Plotter, Radar, and
Fish Finder on a single display. The system was unveiled at the NMEA
Annual Convention. It combines radar and fish finder operation with
Northstar's GPS and Chart Plotting, resulting in a user-friendly combo.
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L-3 Communications is a merchant supplier of defense electronics and a growing provider of commer- cial communications and transportation products. They supply high technol- ogy, proprietary products to the
Department of Defense, prime con- tractors, international customers,
OEMs and to the space and telecom- munications markets. ^Circle No. 117
Inc. (BTI) has been a provider and installer of fixed bal- last materials since 1983. The compa- ny's product and service known as
Perma Ballast, is widely acknowl edged to be the quickest and most cost-effective method of ballast installation today.
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Uni-Safe electron- ics introduces a new, modified ver- sion of its the Salinometer SL6000, called SL6005. The new model
SL6005 features a new type of built- in display with separate readings on both alarm set and ppm. Both ver- sions have the DNV approval, indi- cating that the salinometer has been tested according to the requirements from e.g. Lloyds, Germanischer
Lloyds, ABS and Bureau Veritas.
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Electronics designs, manu- factures, and installs closed- circuit television systems for virtu- ally any high-temperature applica- tion. Diamond's extensive line of high-temperature camera equipment and accessories is custom configured to your requirements.
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The ChartCo system, which is widely fitted onboard SOLAS ves- sels to ensure the prompt receipt of criti- cal navigation and weather data, can also be used to receive daily and weekly news. Using the Inmarsat
Point to Multipoint Service, satellite broadcast provides an efficient methof of providing ships crews with to date news while at sea.
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As a supplier of Vessel
Traffic Management &
Information Systems (VTMIS), Norcontrol IT has more than 120 systems operating in some of the world's largest ports, major offshore oil and gas fields, and coastal areas. Norcontrol IT Vessel
Traffic Management & Information
Systems (VTMIS) provide the opera- tor with a concise picture of vessels' movements and interactions in the surveillance area.
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Fleet F77 combines the quality and speed of a 64kbit/s
Mobile ISDN ser- vice with the world's first global, high- speed, maritime Mobile Packet Data service via satellite, to deliver e-mail, secure Internet and intranet access and voice, plus a choice of two fax services, making it possible to have a truly mobile office at sea.
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Incorporated has an inventory that includes a wide variety of makes and models of winches and deck equipment. The
Cross Equipment Inventory includes:
Winches, Levelwinds, Diesel HPU,
Spooling Units, Deck Equipment,
Hose /Umbilical Reels, Fairleads,
Sheaves and Blocks.
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S a t C o m
Distribution has launched a maritime exter- nal antenna and docking station for the Thuraya GSM/satellite phone.
It will enable users to send and receive calls, faxes and data without requiring direct line of sight to the
Thuraya satellite. The system pro- vides users with voice, fax, data,
SMS and GPS services to 99 coun- tries.
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The Rutter VDR- 100 is designed to meet recording requirements of the marine industry. A modularized approach allows the unit to be configured to meet the needs of individual ship owners, while the playback system makes data easily accessible for investigation or training purposes. It is fully type approved and IMO compliant.
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Systems is a member of the Thales Group.
With over 50 years experience in under- sea warfare, they are a leader in supplying sonar and asso- ciated systems for navies and air forces as well as civil seismic applica- tions. Thales Underwater Systems has operating units in the U.K.,
France, and Autralia.
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