Integrated Software Solutions

  • CARIS is a well known commodity in subsea circles, an international organization leading the development of marine GIS software. CARIS offers a complete Ping-to-Chart solution. CARIS products continue to adapt with the needs of its clients and the advancement of technology including support for Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) data, as well as the exploration of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) onboard data processing and near real-time product creation.
    For more than 35 years, CARIS has been a leading developer of geospatial software designed to cater to the marine GIS community and is built on decades of hydrographic experience. The CARIS Ping-to-Chart solution is designed to deliver an integrated and seamless solution for the complete workflow of hydrographic information from processing the echo-sounder ping to the production and distribution of the chart. This integrated software solution provides our clients with resource optimization and a true operational advantage.
    The CARIS Ping-to-Chart product line is designed to deliver an integrated software solution for the entire workflow of hydrographic information from processing the echo-sounder ping to the production and distribution of charts. CARIS software enables the processing and visualization of large bathymetric datasets, geospatial data management, spatial analysis, paper, ENC and military chart production, calculating maritime limits and boundaries based on United Nations guidelines, port and waterway engineering and Web mapping and discovery.
    Through liaisons with the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) CARIS has been involved in the development of industry data standards and has worked on various consulting and development projects.  CARIS is a member of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and utilizes open standards for geographic data exchange and management including the ISO standards.
     

    (As published in the July/Aug 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

  • designed to cater the marine GIS community and is built on decades of hydrographic experience. The CARIS Ping-to-Chart solution is designed to deliver an integrated and seamless solution for the entire workflow of hydrographic information from processing the echo-sounder ping to the production and distribution

  • , port and waterway authorities, oil and gas companies and academic institutions worldwide. The CARIS Ping-to-Chart solution is designed to deliver an integrated and seamless solution for the entire workflow of hydrographic information from processing the echo-sounder ping to the production and distribution

  • Boatracs BTConnect AIS (Automatic Identification System) extends the functionality of BTConnect, the most widely used vessel tracking and fleet management software in the U.S. commercial maritime market, by integrating real time messaging and vessel tracking with AIS data on a single display. The AIS Man

  • , shipping companies are often adopting technologies in a piecemeal approach – electing for ‘add-on’s to small problems rather than a comprehensive, integrated solution built for their business and operations.    Bridging the Divide This makes the integration of digital solutions with their existing platforms

  • or by social media; and to capture and store contact details from an incoming email. The outdated handset is digital but the smartphone is digitally-integrated – and that’s important.   As people, we have become digital beings; expected to navigate our daily lives in a digitized, and digitally-integrated

  • gas and liquids rich shale reservoirs and is based on the Baker Hughes JewelEarth software platform, which has a strong track record of delivering integrated, data-driven workflows for optimizing these types of plays.The new platform will complement Shell’s existing applications, including GeoSigns, Shell’s

  • .S. Government facilities, science and academic institutions, and end users. Its strength stems from a team of engineers with extensive experience with integrated underwater navigation systems and advanced vehicle control.  Backed by this team, Greensea offers commercially available products as well as custom

  • offshore communities. In short, Greensea develops software to make offshore operations more efficient, productive, and reliable. The automation, integrated workspace, and precision navigation capabilities provided by the openSEA technology and the commercial products Balefire and Endal, enable unprecedented

  • Boatracs BTConnect AIS extends the functionality of BTConnect by integrating real time messaging and vessel tracking with AIS data on a single display. The AIS Man Overboard (MOB) Alarm Notification System, a joint solution development effort between Boatracs and Orolia sister company McMurdo, is a safety

  • of implementing the Kalmar OneTerminal approach, with fully automated container handling operations.   In a nutshell, Kalmar OneTerminal provides an integrated automation solution, delivered by one team, bringing together Kalmar and Navis software systems, equipment and services for a seamless deployment

  • navies to optimize unmanned underwater vehicle operations. SeeByte’s software aims to provide UMS operators with high quality data by generating a single integrated picture of events from multiple sensors and platforms. Run through SeeTrack, Neptune forms SeeByte’s autonomy engine. Neptune is an adaptive planning

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    P PRODUCTS MARINE ELECTRONICS Ship IoT Tech: Enabling Proactive Approach to Navigation Safety The airline industry has long employed ? ight data to monitor navigational and operational practices for evaluation and feedback to pilots using a system called Flight Operations Quality Assurance (FOQA).

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    world yearbook “If consolidation was the solution to all that ails shipping, then container liner companies would be super pro? table. They are not. In ‘commoditized’ sectors of the shipping industry, which by now includes pretty much everything apart from very small niche markets, there is hardly any

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