Texas Instruments

  • Texas Instruments has an- nounced the new TI Marine Busi- ness System designed to give fleet managers a promising new home office tool for improving vessel oper- ating efficiency. Designed to utilize information logged by a TI 8000 Integrated Marine System installed on individual vessels, the system permits managers to download information to a Texas Instruments Professional Computer, and to apply advanced computer spreadsheet capabilities to the analysis of vessel operation.

    "With the TI Marine Business System interfaced to a Texas Instruments PC equipped with Lotus 1-2-3 software, fleet managers can use a variety of spreadsheet techniques to study a broad spectrum of vessel operating parameters—from speed and fuel efficiency to engine life and crew performance," said Gary Howe, marketing manager for Texas Instruments Marine Products.

    The company reports the system was created to help vessel owners and managers make the most of the information logged by their TI 8000 Integrated Marine System. It provides a complete, easy-to-use system for monitoring and maximizing vessel operating efficiency, particularly with regard to fuel efficiency.

    Mr. Howe also reported recent studies for some major fleet operators indicate a fuel savings of up to 25 percent.

    Information can be analyzed and correlated in a variety of ways—by vessel, by captain, or by trip. Totals and averages can be calculated for each category. With the addition of word processing and file management software, the user can generate files, reports, charts, and graphs for further study.

    The new system consists of TI Marine Business System software, a TI 8010 Command Module, a power supply, cables, and operating manual.

    A Tl Professional Computer with appropriate software and peripherals is also required.

    For free literature describing the new TI Marine Business System, Circle 36 on Reader Service Card

  • Texas Instruments has developed a platinum-clad niobium material that has been demonstrated to provide excellent protection for steel structures exposed to corrosive conditions such as underwater (both sea and fresh water) or underground environments. The material works in an impressed current

  • a Furuno FR-711 radar; two radiotelephones, a Stephens SEA-122 SSB radio, and a Texas Instruments 2100 VHF radio; a TI 9000 A Loran by Texas Instruments ; a Raytheon F 720 D Depth Sounder, and a Danforth compass. The 120-foot craft has a 10-foot depth with a 9-foot appendage draft loaded

  • The production of the TI3000 HF SSB Radiotelephone, a fully synthesized worldwide radiotelephone, was announced recently by Texas Instruments Incorporated, Dallas, Texas. Offering continuous coverage from 1.605 to 25.1 megahertz, the TI3000 has a unique design which combines the final amplifier and

  • Richardson. Mr. Heitman f o r m e r l y was manager of marine engineering for Geophysical Service Inc., petroleum exploration subsidiary of Texas Instruments Incorporated, of Dallas. Other principals of the company are Bruce C. Toal and Robert E. Bredehoft, vice presidents, and Terry McDonald

  • . In addition to the Wesmar line, AAT also supplies and services marine communications and navigation equipment manufactured by Texas Instruments, Raytheon, JRC, Redifon, EPSCO, C.A.I., Motorola, General Electric, Hewlett Packard and other companies. AAT maintains other offices in Bloomfiel

  • , "is flexibility. Secondarily, the PC provides tighter control of centrifuge in certain key operations," according to Mr. Bauer. De Laval uses Texas Instruments programmable control systems in many of their centrifuge lines. For more information and free literature on De Laval's centrifuges with

  • in 1969 as manager of product advertising and sales promotion. Earlier, he held similar positions at Veeder-Root, Inc., Hartford, Conn., and at Texas Instruments, Attleboro, Mass., and American Optical Co., Southbridge, Mass. Mr. Fortier received a B.S. degree in business administration from Syracuse

  • The Marina S., a passenger/ supply vessel built for Dinko's Marine Service of Aransas Pass, Texas, has been completed by Mississippi Marine Towboat Corporation of Greenville, Miss. The new vessel will be available for contract work in Gulf waters from Brownsville, Texas, to Key West, Fla. Marina S.

  • in 6-foot 10-inch Kort nozzles. Generators will be Caterpillar 6-360, 135 kw. Electronics include Harris SSB, Sperry gyrocompass, Texas Instruments Loran C, Raytheon radar, Decca gyroautopilot, Raytheon Fathometers and VHM-FM. One vessel is 90 percent complete and can be fully operational

  • Engine Company of Harvey. The entire electronics array was replaced with new equipment. This includes two Anritsu ARM112A radars, Furuno LC-80 and Texas Instrument TI900 Loran C, Magnavox satellite navigation system, Simrad depth sounder, Sperry gyrocompass and autopilot, Ritchie magnetic compass

  • Texas Instruments recently introduced the TI 9900 II Loran C navigator, a complete Loran Cbased navigation system with the performance, features, and accuracy of the popular TI 9900, plus an exceptional array of additional capabilities. The TI 9900 II features 100 waypoints that can be entered

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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 92

    Construction Oversight for TxDOT Ferry In 2017, The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI) was award- ed a ? ve-year Inde? nite Deliverable contract with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). TSGI was tasked to provide the detail design of a double-ended diesel-electric ferry with energy storage, providing

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    , TOTE ordered the three gas tanks on board, it is the frst cruise ship in the world that barge Clean Jacksonville from Conrad Orange Shipyard in Texas, can be powered at port and at sea with liquefed natural gas. with gas trials undertaken in Port Fourchon, LA. The vessel, with Earlier this year

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    using gas that would have otherwise been fared. Ea- through a Mobile Transfer Unit with ongoing simultaneous op- gle LNG Partners is based in Houston, Texas. erations, including gantry crane operation and container move- For its part, Eagle LNG Partners is involved in several different ment forward, and

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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Tech Files Research Vessel Tech Images: Sonardyne Sonardyne selected for Flagship Brazilian RV Science equipment and underwater vehicles deployed from 21-strong science team to precisely track their instruments Brazil’s ? agship oceanographic research vessel, Alpha Crucis, and sensors to beyond 7 km.

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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 67

    Blockchain Autoship Systems Corporation (ASC) is a marine software developer of load planning software, loading instrument software and integrated CAD/CAM programs. For over 35 years ASC has continued to provide innovative software solutions that save clients valuable time and money on each project they

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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 55

    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION An Innovative Double-Ended Ferry Design for Texas. Credit: Bristol Harbor Group Inc. Credit: Bristol Harbor Group, Inc. to Create” and Marine Engineers (SNAME) conference in 1993, land, as its headquarters, as the original plan was to be- because no one was really building these

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    that has helped provide edu- cated their corporate headquarters to cational opportunities to 362 children trator Mark. H. Buzby. “They are a Galveston, Texas. The new location, at of employees across the HII enterprise. key component to national security and our economic viability as a whole; 320 77th

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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 42

    COLUMN AUTONOMOUS CYBER RISK “In 2013, a team of researchers from the University of Texas demonstrated that by using a $3,000 GPS spoofer, a small antenna and a laptop, an $80 million private yacht could be steered off course. The ship turned, but the chart display and the crew saw only a straight

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    remote control tion systems for marine vessels. Johnson earned a marine products on the market and have grown to a team of 35 engineering degree from Texas A&M University before with of? ces in Boston, MA and Hamburg, Germany. I now starting a career focused on complex projects in offshore oil hear

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    MBA Technology in Finland. He is experi- sional engineer in Washington and from Case Western Reserve University. enced in Marine Engineering and Na- Texas, and he received a BS in Naval val Architecture. Architecture and Marine Engineering Sherwin-Williams’ Schultz from the University of New Orleans

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    VESSELS Next Generation of Z-Tech Tugs Arrive dered by Bay Houston Towing Company through its op- erator G & H Towing Company in Galveston, Texas. The Z-Tech 30-80 tug Mark E. Kuebler evolved from the pre- vious design for the same owner. A main feature of this lat- est Z-Tech incorporates Robert Allan Ltd.

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    planning phase. North American shale producers siphon more natural gas Fully 68% of the total is foreign direct investment or from vast reserves in West Texas and elsewhere. includes a foreign partner. Project types include new The U.S. is now expected to add 27.9 million ton of facilities and capacity

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    I INSIGHTS: CONTROL & BRIDGE AUTOMATION mittee is working to address the rapid technology will go from assisting crew at which the cycle progresses will vary went from sail, to steam, to diesel. We development of MASS and initiated a operations and situational awareness to widely based on the type of

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    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 76

    MTR 100 DOER Marine Alameda, Calif. President/CEO: Liz Taylor No. of Employees: Less than 25 www.doermarine.com SubCTech In the past 12 months, SubCtech DOER has increasingly been engaged in discus- Kiel, Germany sions around deep sea President/CEO: Stefan Marx mining. While many millions have been