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  • MTN Adds Flex To Communications In maritime satellite communications, continuous, uninterrupted service is paramount. In development at this time is a revolutionary stabilized antenna system that will simultaneously transmit on C and Ku band and in both linear and circular polarity. The big advantage for MTN customers with the new system is flexibility. Designated the 106M4S3, the system under development is a 2.7- m. stabilized satellite maritime system.

    The breakthrough technology deployed combines the ability to operate on two diverse frequencies that represent (but are not limited to) C and Ku satellite bands, and to transmit and receive signals that are modulated in both linear and circular polarity from the same compact antenna system. Antenna control, configuration, and mode selection are all quickly and efficiently handled from below deck. Dual system configurations are available for diverse antenna placement to eliminate satellite blockage.

    Circle 163 on Reader Service Card New Ops Center for Globe Wireless Globe Wireless has expanded operations with the addition of a new network operations center in Liverpool, U.K.

    The new center provides a mirrored site for the company's main operations center in Half Moon Bay, Calif.

    Circle 162 on Reader Service Card INVSAT Captures First Cruise Contract Invsat Limited, a subsidiary of Inmarsat Holdings Ltd., has installed and commissioned a new 2.4 m C-Band marine communications antenna on The Aurora, P&O's new $350 million cruise liner. Aurora becomes the first cruise ship to be fitted with Invsat's new generation of marine stabilized systems.

    Circle 161 on Reader Service Card Royal Navy Seeks SatCom Suppliers The U.K. MoD are in the closing stages of a Private Finance Initiative (PFI) tender, under the terms of which, the successful bidders will assume responsibility for all existing ship's satcom equipment and airtime requirements, and will provide a complete technology refresh to cover operational requirements for at least the next five years. Kelvin Hughes Limited are competing for this contract. They will provide the project management and the ongoing field support of the user equipment, on a global basis, supported by Stratos, who, as an Inmarsat LESO (Land Earth Station Operator), will be providing a comprehensive range of innovative airtime services, and Babcock Rosyth. who will be providing installation design and implementation services.

    Circle 160 on Reader Service Card Globalstar Offers Internet Via Sat Phone Globalstar recently carried out test transmissions of Internet data through the Globalstar satellite network via Qualcomm's Globalstar tri-mode telephone.

    The service will be offered as a commercial product later this year.

    This Internet demonstration, conducted by Globalstar and its technology partner, Qualcomm, is touted as proving that the Globalstar system — which already provides voice communications from virtually any point on earth — will also be able to support data and Internet connectivity as part of its overall range of services.

    The Globalstar system provides affordable satellite-based digital voice services to a broad range of subscribers.

    Globalstar meets the needs of cellular users as well as mobile subscribers outside cellular coverage, and residents without existing telephone service.

    Circle 159 on Reader Service Card GN Comtext, Stratos Expand Deal GN Comtext has enhanced its partnership with Stratos with the introduction of a new range of worldwide communication services, a range constituting a total package for the maritime industry under the Ocean -Connect brand. Stratos will focus on selling the portfolio to the Americas, while GN Comtext will serve the rest of the world through its network of offices in the world's leading maritime centers. Ocean-Connect brings together store-and-forward and real time, satellite and terrestrial services from a single supplier, enabling customers to benefit from a 'one-stop shop' for maritime communications and a single point of contact.

    The new range of OCEAN-Connect services has now been extended to offer a complete range of realtime and storeand- forward mobile maritime communications services. OCEAN-Connect now offers a range of realtime services via Inmarsat through Stratos, serving Inmarsat A, B, C, M and mini-M users.

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  • William N. Johnston, former chairman and president of the American Bureau of Shipping and the ABS Group of companies died on September 7, 1989. He lived in Short Hills, N.J., and had retired on October 1, 1987, following 36 years with this 127-year-old international ship classification society. Mr.

  • In the aftermath of the grounding of the Exxon Valdez and the ensuing oil spill in Prince William Sound, there has been considerable interest in resources available for pilot and deck officer training in such environmentally sensitive areas. In response to requests from TV and other news media

  • William C. O'Malley has been elected executive vice president of Sonat Inc., effective immediately. Ronald L. Kuehn Jr., Sonat's chairman, president and chief executive officer, said Mr. O'Malley would have corporate-level responsibility for three of the company's oil services businesses, which

  • William E. Law, president of Allied Marine Industries, Inc. of Norfolk, Va., has been elected to the board of directors of Twin City Barge, Inc. of South St. Paul, Minn., John W. Lambert, chairman of the board and chief executive officer, announced recently. Twin City Barge and Allied previously

  • , with recommendations as to what can be done to enhance a naval architect's ability to predict maneuverability of vessels in the design stage. William J. Dorman, a 46-year member of the Society, was the honored guest at this meeting. An active member of SNAME, Mr. Dorman is a past member of Council

  • William J. Turner Jr. has been named by Ryan-Walsh Stevedoring Company, Inc. as vice president and managing director for its recently leased bulk terminal in New Orleans. He has extensive bulk handling experience reaching back several decades. Since 1977, he has been managing director of Ormet C o

  • and corporate expansion to Los Angeles and New Orleans. Mr. Black and the directors of Moran Transportation recently announced the appointment of William P. Black as president and chief operating officer. William Black most recently served as general manager of an ITT subsidiary company servicing

  • at Kings Point, N.Y., Captain McVay has specialized in tug/oil barge operations since he began at the helm of Moran's offshore tugs in 1964. William Anthony Watt will assist Captain McVay in the management of the Seaboard Shipping Company, according to the announcement. Mr. Watt was vice president

  • William H. Banks, vice president and general manager-operations, Chevron Shipping Company, San Francisco, Calif. 94105, has been elected president, effective August 1. He replaces Lawrence C. Ford, who is retiring after 40 years of service. Chevron Shipping Company, a subsidiary of Standard Oil

  • William B. Kelly has been named vice president for sales and marketing of United States Navigation, Inc., it was announced by president Donald F. Wierda. Mr. Kelly was previously managing director-Atlantic for American President Lines in New York, and has held similar positions for APL and Matson

  • William W. Crossman has been named assistant vice president- Marketing of Moore McCormack Bulk Transport, Inc., and assistant vice president-Marketing and Administration of Moore McCormack LNG Transport, Inc., it was announced by Capt. J.A.A. van Lier, president of both companies, which are subsidiar

  • MR Nov-19#6  and 
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    maritime sectors, with the convergence of sweeping environmental legislative clusion a ‘rosy’ picture, the story and Claudio Paschoa - Brazil William Stoichevski - Scandinavia mandate pushing ships and boats toward carbon neutrality, while digitalization and numbers that support it are perhaps

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    & CEO of Paci? c Green Technologies. Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and editor of MarineNews. Stoichevski William Stoichevski is MR’s correspondent in Norway. Member Knight F. Daniel Knight is a Shareholder at Chamberlain Hrdlicka in van Hemmen Houston, Texas

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    Puritis, was appointed Vice President al Institute presented its Connie Award as SVP of Business Development and of Academics. Chief Engineer Ray to William J. “Bill” Shea, CEO of Di- Innovations Learning Practice Lead Blanchet serves as the Vice President of rect ChassisLink. J. Christopher Lytle, and

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    and number of research undertakings are mostly targeted for industrial and national clients, but the results speak of wide-ranging societal impact. By William Stoichevski Credit: Screenshot of SINTEF video October 2019 MTR 28 MTR #8 (18-33).indd 28 10/8/2019 10:04:57 A

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    as much plastic into the basin as they were berates through the marine food web. before World War II. The research team included Scripps paleobiologist William The postwar period also showed a greater diversity of plas- Jones and biological oceanographer Mark Ohman. The sedi- tics including fragments of

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    on Offshore Wind could be Claudio Paschoa, Brazil instructive and interesting, if for no other reason, my own edi? cation. I posed the challenge William Stoichevski, Oslo to Tom Ewing, a veteran government reporter who contributes regularly on the maritime side of our ledger, as Tom is quite adept

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    on the Rise At Norway’s premier research body SINTEF the breadth and number of research undertakings speak of wide- 34 ranging societal impact. By William Stoichevski Ocean Observation 34 OceanOBS ‘19 Held once per decade, OceanObs’19 focused on Innovation Expanding Ocean Observations By Justin

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    - Brazil Peter Pospiech - Germany 80th Anniversary, which falls in tandem with this, our Marine Design Annual, I opening an of? ce in Houston to serve William Stoichevski - Scandinavia opted to take a different approach and discuss “what will be.” the Americas. As the headline states, Production In overstating

  • MR Oct-19#4  Learning Systems, maker of  William Stoichevski is MR’s correspond)
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    headquartered in Seattle, Wash. publications, print and electronic. Goldberg Stoichevski Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems, maker of William Stoichevski is MR’s correspondent in Norway. MarineLMS. van Hemmen Grasso Rik van Hemmen is the President of Martin & Ottaway, a marine Jeanne

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    in the tug and barge cal engineering from Auburn Univer- Permanent CEO sity and an MBA from the College of ? eet and later serving as a senior port William and Mary. Separately, Premo captain. He has a bachelor’s degree in The Massachusetts Port Authority marine transportation from the Mari- (Massport)

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    . In other words, the one were to venture west toward the historic Stokes Land- perfect venue for workboat newbuilding and repairs. ing made memorable by William Bartram in his 18th Cen- The customers of SJSB are about 70 percent American tury explorations, at the end of the road, he or she would owned. That’s

  • MN Oct-19#44  to TBT. As a result, Sherwin-Williams developed  linocket’s)
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    was entirely free of copper, which was a common biocide For added durability in the high-wear areas of the Mil- alternative to TBT. As a result, Sherwin-Williams developed linocket’s four waterjet tunnels, MSC selected Nova-Plate SeaVoyage Copper Free in 2008 as a solvent-based, copper- UHS Epoxy, an ultra-high-

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    COATINGS Copper-Free Antifouling Coating Copper-Free Antifouling Coating Credit: The Sherwin-Williams Company Keeps MSC Moving Full Speed Ahead USNS Millinocket Application Validates Effective Use on High-Speed Vessels By Michael Manetta and Mark Schultz nsuring that vessels maintain operational ef?

  • MN Oct-19#42  on  sign. Forbes contributor William Saito said it well when)
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    micro-seg- differentiator if cybersecurity is baked-in, part of the de- mentation and granular perimeter enforcement based on sign. Forbes contributor William Saito said it well when users, their locations and other data to determine whether he compared cybersecurity to the brakes of the very swift to

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    Director – Rail, Marine and ing Ltd provides strategic and Volume 30 Number 10 Power Generation for Sherwin- tactical support, including analyt- Williams Protective & Marine Coat- ics and communications, to busi- ings. He has 15 years of experi- nesses across the maritime spec- ence in the coatings

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    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. Wins Award of Merit PVA Announces New Emerging Leaders Committee Coast Guard Foundation Hires

  • MN Mar-19#53  and  master’s degree from William Paterson 
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    Service Award for her of South Carolina and was awarded a de Jordán is taking on expanded re- continual championing of ports and master’s degree from William Paterson sponsibility for all of Crowley’s sup- inland waterways. She was presented University in Communications. ply chain services throughout

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    to begin integration in 2015. make its way into the ? eet and is produc- same time,” said Dr. Erick Iezzi, senior thus far. Recently, Sherwin-Williams The pigment combinations underwent ing early, positive results. research chemist in the Center for Cor- won the Society for Protective Coat- testing

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    Brazil Peter Pospiech - Germany is special because for the ? rst time in my tenure, we have a father/son duo authoring one of which grace this month’s William Stoichevski - Scandinavia 2 articles, better known as DiRenzo . cover, is a compelling story, the real Production I have known the elder DiRenzo

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    , Hampshire, UK Broussard, Louisiana Fall River, Massachusetts President/CEO: William M. Brown No. of Employees: 50,000 www.l3harris.com L3Harris L3Harris Unmanned Maritime Systems division is helping to mission of over 14 hours in

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    such as surveying highly Solutions dense areas (bridges, buildings, etc) Hayle, U.K. or where only a single antenna can be President/CEO: James Williams used. This technology allows robust and No. of Employees: 4 consistent performance even in low dy- www.unmannedsurveysolutions.com namics survey

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    movement of phil- Tom Mulligan, Ireland anthropic oceanic investment. Philanthropy in this space is certainly now new, but Wendy Claudio Paschoa, Brazil William Stoichevski, Oslo and her husband Eric Schmidt have kicked this to a new plateau, led by Schmidt Ocean Institute’s mobile research platform Falkor

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    Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen Tom Mulligan, Ireland Minehunting UUV for Shallow Water Covert Littoral Expeditions (MUSCLE) experimen- Claudio Paschoa, Brazil William Stoichevski, Oslo tal platform. This story is followed by a one-on-one interview with Dr. Catherin Warner, Director of the NATO Center for Maritime