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  • Standard Horizon announced the new GX2200 Matrix AIS/GPS, now with Class D DSC Fixed Mount VHF with integrated AIS and GPS, 30W PA/Hailer and RAM mic option, available starting January 2014. According to the manufacturer, key features include Integrated AIS and GPS, 4800 and 38400 baud rate selections (Allows connection to GPS Chart Plotter with 1 NMEA IN/OUT), selectable True and Magnetic readings for AIS target and PA/FOG simultaneous operation with AIS display and GPS status page. Minimum Advertised Price: $399.99.
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    (As published in the January 2014 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - www.marinelink.com)

  • Robert J. Fortier has been appointed director-corporate advertising and marketing communications at Combustion Engineering, Inc., it was announced by William J. Connolly, corporate vice president, marketing and communications. Mr. Fortier formerly was manager of corporate advertising at C-E. In

  • Industrial Engineering & Equipment Company (INDEECO), St. Louis, Mo., recently announced that Katina R. Truman has joined its operation as advertising manager. From the St. Louis office, Mrs. Truman will implement advertising programs to support INDEE- CO's extensive electric heating line. Mrs

  • Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., has established an Office of Advertising & Publishing Relations, and named A.J. Rizzo director. In making the announcement, Harold P. Halter, president, Halter Marine Services, Inc., said the new office was created to consolidate and coordinate the

  • with the Lykes organization. Larry Guerin was named assistant vice president-public relations and will continue to direct the public relations and advertising efforts of the company. Mr. Koch is a retired Brigadier General of the U.S. Army, and joined the Lykes staff in 1975 at the close of a 28-year

  • new destroyer envisioned for the future. John H. Berger was promoted to director of quality assurance and George Baldwin was named BIW's director of advertising. The appointment of Mr. Baldwin and the promotions of the three others were announced by James M. Blenkhorn, senior vice president of business

  • Donahue, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations has expanded its professional staff with the addition of Laurence F. Daspit, who will represent the firm in Houston and throughout the Southwest. The announcement of this appointment was made by James C. Donahue, president of Donahue, Inc. As a member of

  • marketing services manager. She assumes responsibility for all facets of marketing communications planning, budgeting and implementation, including advertising, public relations, sales promotion, distribution, direct mail, technical literature and trade shows, for the full Magnavox line of satellite

  • announced it has purchased new and larger world headquarters offices in New York City. The new location will house the executive, editorial and advertising staff responsible for worldwide publishing operations in the commercial marine and naval sectors. The publishers reported the acquisition

  • Services, based in New Orleans, has been organized to provide the Gulf Coast maritime industry with public relations, communications, marketing and advertising services. Albert W. Spindler, a veteran of more than a quarter century in the aerospace, maritime, offshore drilling and oil and gas industries

  • . "In his newly established position, John will work closely with top management in setting marketing strategies and tactically implementing our advertising, direct response, and collateral programs," Mr. Sotir said. "In addition, he will be responsible for analyzing our schedules and pricing policies

  • and the worldwide network of shipyards and marine service companies represented by the Wheeler organization. He will also oversee the company's advertising and sales promotion programs, related activities, as well as provide his expertise to the firm's clients. Wheeler Associates is exclusive U

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    come one of the principal innovators in the subsea imaging and measure- ment industry. It is headquartered is in BIRNS, Inc. Kildare, Ireland with of? ces in the U.S., BIRNS started out in the subsea the U.K., China and Australia. industry creating underwater cam- Currently the company is building

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    fter four years spent developing an autonomous HAUV will return to its dock on completion of the work scope underwater vehicle (AUV)/remotely operated un- and will wait to be recovered at a convenient time. “For ex- derwater vehicle (ROV) hybrid (HAUV) based on ample, if you have engaged a vessel to

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 59

    enable long battery life. The EPLF-553 being designed to meet operational re- navigation. The frequencies allocated is perfect for recovery of AUVs after quirements for an ultra-deep-water sub- are in the range of 283.5 - 325.0 KHz. mission duration has elapsed. mersible beacon. A LED ? asher and

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers Beacons, Flashers & Trackers: Products to Promote Safety at Sea By Tom Mulligan L3 Technologies, together with So- tracking and communications with up to The Oculus M750d is a general-pur- nardyne, will offer 6G-enabled capabil- 10 AUVs at the same time. pose dual-freque

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    Tech Comms, Telemetry, Data Processing and IMU). Since 2012, the Norway- tion, including choice of output unit, and custom engineering. Two of the based company has been under the sampling frequency, ? lter settings and company’s most recent innovations ownership of a Switzerland-based in- RS422

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 40

    SurfWEC & the quest for ef cient wave-generated power enewable energy production is of? cially ‘hot’, as a Wave-generated power could be number of engineering advances and government subsidies have conspired to help deploy, test, and considered the Rodney Danger- Rprove in real-world conditions the

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 29

    Image: Sonardyne An L3ASV C-Worker unmanned surface ve- hicle and the National Oceanography Center’s ALR working together in In shallow waters, their use is limited by compromise containing ultraviolet (UV) recent trials demonstrat- interference from sunlight (which as we and some visible violet light

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    Image: Nekton Oxford Deep Ocean Research Institute One of Sonarydne’s BlueComm units attached to one of the messages is not so simple, as the way the data is ble blue light because at that wavelength (450nm) Nekton mission modulated, and perhaps compressed, needs to be un- light travels furthest

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 27

    Technology that has helped to achieve world ? rsts in ocean exploration broadcasting could also provide the answer for covert operations in the defense realm, where communications need to go unheard. By Ioseba Tena, Global Business Mgr. - Defense & Robotics, Sonardyne Traditionally, wireless subsea

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

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    of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and ser- vices. A listing is provided, at no cost for one year in all issues, only to companies with continuing advertising programs in this publication, whether an advertise- BUYER’S DIRECTORY ment appears in every issue or not. Because it is an editorial service, unpaid

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 82

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