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The Marine Communications Edition
Supertankers entering POLB use ABB Marine Software
Supertankers entering the Port of Long Beach (POLB) will use ABB’s marine software to produce real-time data of the keel-to-seabed clearance. Sensors ? tted to Tesoro vessels will send information to a Portable
Surveyor Box (PSB), carried by the pilot, which will verify their route to the dock. In this speci? c case, the system is used to continuously validate (and improve) pre-calculated motions from the online decision support system PROTIDE, which is used to calculate safe transit time windows for large oil tankers to en- ter the port. The information provided by the PSB validates the PROTIDE outcome, which enables deeper draft ships to enter the port safely. This means that fewer tankers need to lighten their load to enter the
NEW PRODUCTS harbor or to wait for the appropriate time window. http://new.abb.com/marine
Danelec Debuts Remote Management Tools
Danelec Marine helps to bring the Internet of
Things (IoT) to the shipping industry with new re- mote management tools; Hanseaticsoft is one of the ? rst third-party developers to use DanelecCon- nect platform’s intelligent universal data gateway.
The second-generation DanelecConnect telemat- ics platform is now fully available and the ? rst ship installations are currently underway.
The company is working with third-party software application providers to use the DanelecConnect
Photo: Danelec application programming interface (API) tool to capture data from shipboard systems and sensors into their specialized software packages. One of the ? rst is Hamburg-based Hanseaticsoft, which is integrating the DanelecConnect API into its suite of Cloud Fleet Manager applications for shipping companies. The API permits shipboard data to feed seamlessly from the DanelecConnect on-shore server automatically capturing a large array of data into Hanseaticsoft’s analytics platform.
SYNAPSIS NAVAL: A Software-De? ned System
Raytheon Anschütz launched its naval navigation and bridge system SYNAPSIS NAVAL. The new technology leverages Raytheon Anschütz’s SYNAPSIS Integrated Navigation System and integrates various military system capabilities including: radar video merging and other tactical radar features, integrated situational awareness, ship self-defense capabilities, military surveillance radars, and cyber security solutions. SYNAPSIS NAVAL is a software-de? ned system built on commercial off the shelf (COTS) technology and open system architecture to simplify maintenance and logistics and to support upgrades and future capability needs. SYNAPSIS NAVAL features an advanced sensor degradation and data distribution management, which provides the base for scalability of system functions and integration with other onboard systems like automation or combat management. www.raytheon-anschuetz.com
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