Security Applications

  • MR recently sought some safety insights from Jim Ligotti is Vice President, Maritime Solutions, Ingersoll-Rand Security and Safety Solutions, Ingersoll- Rand Company Limited (IR).

    Q: What does ISPS mean for ports and vessels?

    A: All of the more than 300 coastal and interwaterway ports in the U.S., and the thousands of vessels that dock at them each year, were required to define their security plans by December 31, 2003.

    Other "contracting" countries of the IMO were required to fulfill similar requirements.

    Once the security plans are established, the ISPS requires that all port and vessels implement the necessary security measures outlined in the plan by July 1, 2004. Because of the ISPS, maritime facilities will have to make significant, unprecedented changes in their security and safety operations.

    Q: What makes maritime security applications challenging?

    A: In the complex world of maritime trade, hundreds or even thousands of crew members, drivers, maintenance workers, administrators and longshoremen, employed by unaffiliated companies and agencies, work together to move goods in and out of a port. A security system that relies on paper and people to track, manage and monitor vulnerable assets is simply unreliable and inefficient when used in such a demanding environment. Unfortunately, for most ports today, conventional methods continue to act as the backbone for securing people and assets.

    Q: What are the basic principles involved with IR's approach to security and safety?

    A: The primary goal of Ingersoll-Rand's approach is to integrate the security and safety requirements for every element of, and activity that takes place, at a maritime facility. The basic elements are categorized as people, openings, and assets. For example, a ship's "openings" include the engine control room, electrical control/equipment room, cargo storage area, bridge, and steering gear room.

    A port's "people" include longshoremen, crew, administrators, maintenance workers, and truck drivers. Assets for both a port and vessel may include the vessels themselves, as well as equipment, vehicles, containers and cargo.

    Q: How are the people, openings and assets integrated?

    A: Ingersoll-Rand's methodology integrates people, openings and assets together through a connected information- technology infrastructure based on an expandable, open information technology (IT) architecture. Data is generated through the power of electronics — access cards with electronic codes or biometric identifiers replace or supplement paper forms of I.D., reducing significantly the number of security personnel required for security screening.

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  • sensor packages for deployments on AUV, gliders and other autonomous platforms; and customized measurement solutions for science, engineering, and security applications. The vertical profilers come in a variety of sizes that can be deployed in a range of environments, from lakes and coastal zones to deep ocean

  • sensor packages for  deployments on AUV, gliders and other autonomous platforms; and customized measurement solutions for science, engineering, and security applications. The MTR100 is Marine Technology Reporter's Annual report on 100 leading companies in the subsea industry, published in the July/August 2015

  • technologies up to 4,000 meters deep. LBC – Little Benthic Crawler – a revolutionary system approach to ship hull inspections and other maritime security applications - includes a patented crawler attachment with unique vortex attractor for stability. SeaLift  – Four additional powerful vectored thrusters

  • of state-of-the-art compact acoustic underwater measurement and imaging solutions for defense, energy, civil engineering, transportation, and port security applications worldwide. BlueView’s advanced sonar systems have been adopted by leading manufacturers and service providers to support mission critical underwater

  • of security personnel required for security screening. Because the architecture is open, the system eas- ily accommodates the addition of new security applications (i.e., a remotemonitoring system) as modules to a shared database. The result is a highly reliable system that coordinates remotemonitoring

  • security and other defense and homeland security initiatives. •    BIOSwimmer is a biologically-inspired UUV with broad commercial and homeland security applications that include inspecting ships, securing ports, and conducting marine maintenance operations. Globe Composite Solutions Globe Composite

  • financial, environmental and operational decisions to use fewer ships and more boats to secure their coastlines and waterways. For military and security applications, the next generation of RHIBs and HSC will need to be larger, faster, multi-role craft with the same navigation, communication and information

  • office, using a web-based application, approves or modifies the communication and directs it to a supplier. This process, which uses government- level security PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) — is a two-key encryption- decryption system that guarantees the integrity as well as the security of the data

  • Last month U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta announced the award of $92.3 million in grants to 51 ports to enhance the security of ports and other facilities. (See full listing below). "Protecting seaports and port facilities against the threat of terrorism is imperative," said

  • The U.S. maritime world is rapidly changing direction as security becomes an ever larger and more important issue to the federal government. We have seen the Department of Homeland Security created, the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 become law, and the International Maritime Organizatio

  • and to scheduled needed maintenance service. Shipowners and oil companies develop their integrated energy management systems. The risks for data security violations are increasing, requiring focused countermeasures including actions by all parties. Potential cyber security threats for shipping and offshore

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