Decision Support System

  • GreenSteam, a developer of marine fuel efficiency and optimization systems, showcased its fuel saving GreenSteam Optimizer, an onboard adaptive, data-driven decision support system. Consisting of two small radars installed in the bridge wings and a touch screen console which connects to wind and flow meter sensors, trim and the radars, the system continually optimizing the trim and draft of the vessel based on conditions such as load, waves, wind, water depth for maximum fuel efficiency.
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  • Applied Weather Technology, Inc. has introduced the latest version of its fully customizable fleet management system with the release of Fleet Decision Support System (FleetDSS) Version 2.0. Suitable for use within a company’s IT network, FleetDSS has new tools, including an ETA confidence tool and a comparative

  • GreenSteam Optimizer is an onboard decision support system that is an adaptive, data-driven solution, helping the master to make the right decisions. Achieving maximum fuel efficiency means operating at the most efficient speed using as little fuel as possible. The optimal settings and parameters such as

  • executives to simplify the process of risk management – and reduce the time and cost associated with those tasks – are now on the market. A Decision Support System (DSS) can be defined as “a computer-based information system that supports business or organizational decision-making activities.” These so-called

  • Applied Weather Technology, Inc. (AWT) offers the latest version of its customizable fleet management system with the release of Fleet Decision Support System (FleetDSS) Version 2.0. In addition to being suitable for use within a company’s IT network, FleetDSS has new tools, including an ETA confidence

  • . The same 3-D model used to design the ship in the NAPA system can be utilised in the Onboard-NAPA loading computer, software and in the decision support system onboard the ship. in the fuel economy Onboard-NAPA Tanker Onboard-NAPA can be tailored for virtually any ship type. The version available

  • phase.   For a long time the use of weapons and platform systems have relied on a high degree of integrated, multi-sensor data processing and decision support systems. These systems are embedded in a concept of operation (CONOPS) and encompass an appropriate command and control structure, effective communication

  • development of the system for reefer vessels was started together with Cool Carriers, nowadays LauritzenCool, in 1998. After extensive demo testing, a decision was taken to proceed with full-scale test during three voyages on board the reefer vessel M/V Ivory Dawn. The test was carried out in the first

  • is currently underway in order to obtain additional insight into the incremental benefits which can be expected from the use of an expert decision support system. The report may be obtained from the National Technical Information Service, 285 Port Royal Rd., Springfield, Va. 22161; (703) 487-4650

  • . Its core competencies of systems engineering, software development, and information technology, aligned to four technical areas: Automated Decision Support Systems, High Availability Software Intensive Systems, Human Centered System designs, and Information Management System Environments. Its Automated

  • the surface by using new emerging robotic technologies is bridging the gap between existing traditional technologies (modelling and satellites) as decision support system for decision makers. Underwater oil plumes can come from bottom leaks or from surface patches forming subsurface plumes as recently been demonstrat

  • such an approach could have broad-sweeping applications in naval battle command and control. The paper then illustrates a generic AIbased decision support system. The second part of the paper is directed toward examining a specific application of decision support system technology, using Tomahawk missio

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    SMART SUBSEA SOLUTIONS S2C TECHNOLOGY: COMMUNICATION AND TRACKING COMBINED - time, space and cost - saving solutions - low power consumption for autonomous operations - advanced data delivery algorithms, addressing and networking, remotely con? gurable settings - extendable platform with multiple con?

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  • MT Nov-19#60 2020 Editorial Calendar
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    2020 Editorial Calendar Ad Close: Dec 21 Ad Close: Jan 22 Ad Close: Feb 21 JAN/FEB FEBRUARY MARCH Underwater Vehicle Annual Oceanographic Instrumentation: Measurement, Process & Analysis Subsea Defense Tech Oceanology International New Tech MTR White Papers: Manipulator Arms and Tools Gallery

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    THE #1 MARINE TECH ABOUT MARINE MARINE TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOG REPORTER REPO May 2019 www.marinetechno Marine Technology Reporter is the industry’s largest circulating magazine dedicated to the underwater technology and ocean science markets. From the

  • MT Nov-19#54 Exhibitions Ocean’s 2019 in Pictures
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    Exhibitions Ocean’s 2019 in Pictures Oceans 2019 in Seattle ceans 2019 was recently held in Seattle, Washing- Kozlowski and Greg Trauthwein were in Seattle for Marine ton, and the event attracted a predictable, high- Technology Reporter, and on the following pages are a select quality attendance for three

  • MT Nov-19#53 Image: Trendsetter Vulcan Offshore
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    Image: Trendsetter Vulcan Offshore An artist’s rendering shows a typical tethered BOP installation. The Wellhead Fatigue Mitigation System uses four anchors sequent time work is done on the well and then translate that to provide foundations for the tensioner units, tensioners that to fatigue damage

  • MT Nov-19#52 Tech Files
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    Tech Files Prolonging Wellhead Fatigue Life By Jennifer Pallanich hen oil and gas operators need to carry out much the BOP moved. “It’s hard to reconstruct a well history workovers or plug and abandon a deepwater and convert it into fatigue life,” Chell says. well, a primary concern is how much fatigue

  • MT Nov-19#50  community safe from shal- decision-support systems, as well)
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    vessel and structure fatigue as- Sonar technology, FarSounder has kept sessments, provide input to bridge and the yachting community safe from shal- decision-support systems, as well as to lows and in-water obstacles since 2005. marine, crane and loading operations, In introducing the Argos 350 to this

  • MT Nov-19#49 Robotic Hull Cleaning
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    Robotic Hull Cleaning The robotic hull cleaning system re- factor for ports that are increasingly ily concerning air quality, noise and the cently received a big boost to its busi- concerned that heavy metals and micro- natural environment and biodiversity ness when the Dutch national regulatory plastics

  • MT Nov-19#48 Tech Files
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    Tech Files he Sea Ox and the smaller Sea Otter, both de- veloped by C-2 Innovations, have a maximum depth of 100m and can operate autonomously Tor under remote control. The rugged Sea Ox, which recently survived 6ft surf and 2kn tidal stream in Californian user trials, has a wet range of 10NM, a dry

  • MT Nov-19#45 ure, geophysical impacts on water qual- were helpful in)
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    ure, geophysical impacts on water qual- were helpful in understanding thermal els developed by the USGS, U.S. Army ity and ? sh habitat, and stream bed evo- dynamics, tracking pollutants, trac- Corps of Engineers and U.S. Bureau of lution. ing nutrient drift patterns and follow- Reclamation. ing the

  • MT Nov-19#44 Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration
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    Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration A layered view of high-resolution topobathymetric LiDAR models of the Kootenai River project. A. Li- DAR point cloud with orthoimagery drape. B. Hyperspectral Analysis. Image: Quantum Spatial Inc. C. LiDAR-derived bare-earth and bathymetric elevation model. time

  • MT Nov-19#42 Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration
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    Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration for the ? ight team because they needed grated 29MPixel Prosilica GT6600 digi- for topographic surfaces, and at least 2 to collect three disparate types of data tal camera, and an ITRES CASI 1500H pulses/m2 for bathymetric surfaces. The within the same timeframe.

  • MT Nov-19#41 oat-mounted sonar has long  these technologies are changing)
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    oat-mounted sonar has long these technologies are changing the humans all rely on the Kootenai River, it been the technology of choice ways rivers and inland waterways are has become a hotbed of research on ? u- for gathering bathymetry data modeled, and delivering valuable new vial processes

  • MT Nov-19#39 strument also provides ethernet connectivity, helpful in)
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    strument also provides ethernet connectivity, helpful in today’s ever more sophisticated undersea vehicles. Meanwhile at Sonardyne, the Syrinx DVL has been incorporat- ed in an innovative solution - the hybrid acoustic-inertial naviga- tor SPRINT-Nav. Here, the DVL transducers, the inertial motion unit

  • MT Nov-19#37 LEFT: An inline DVL on the Fusion vehicle 
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    LEFT: An inline DVL on the Fusion vehicle have brought creative developments to the ? eld. Teledyne RDI, the successor to the ? rst company to commercialize the ADCP, continues to deliver key technologies, especially DVLs, for un- dersea vehicles. One of the most common unmanned undersea vehicles in

  • MT Nov-19#33 Photo: Hydromea
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    Photo: Hydromea The LUMA modem has been used to transmit gyro data via an ROV to the sur- face, to aid subsea crane operations. Hydromea’s LUMA modem was used to transmit data from Ashtead’s AMS+ system. Photo: Hydromea www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 33 MTR #9 (18-33).

  • MT Nov-19#32 2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends
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    2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends Photo: Hydromea Hydromea’s LUMA modem. enough thrusters, batteries for endurance, and small what’s happening subsea. acoustic modems. In addition, they were asked by Ger- A LUMA modem was deployed by Rever Offshore at many’s Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) to expand their a

  • MT Nov-19#30 2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends
Birdview’s drone concept.)
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    2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends Birdview’s drone concept. Artist Illustration: Birdview four receivers and a locator on a mobile technology to create small, power-ef- done before,” says Skisland. object, such as a vehicle. It’s been in- ? cient and cost-effective products. We At the Tau event, Water Linked’s

  • MT Nov-19#29 During a drone demonstration event in Tau, near Stavanger)
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    During a drone demonstration event in Tau, near Stavanger, Norway, Bird View demonstrated its ideas. about a year, says Malik, mostly fo- drone so ? sherman know faster where have the bandwidth to receive new mis- cused towards the ? shing sector. This ? sh are. sions, without direct control. has

  • MT Nov-19#28 2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends
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    2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends NotiloPlus’ Seasam AUV has been operating around the world. Photo: NotiloPlus Photo: Birger Haraldseid Lyon, has been shipping Seasam sys- Mohibb Malik, a Project engineer at Birdview tems since March this year and 300 are Not all subsea operations have to Birdview, says the

  • MT Nov-19#27 Miniaturization
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    Miniaturization “Just think what has happened to comput- ers the last 20 years. Very little of this has found its way into subsea technology. The growth of small ROVs and the cost levels is one important driver for miniaturiaation. Small ROVs are not able to physically carry large devices and the

  • MT Nov-19#26 2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends
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    2020 & Beyond: Tech Trends The March of M NotiloPlus’ Seasam AUV during a demonstration. Photo: NotiloPlus By Elaine Maslin growing battalion of small, in turn driving smaller technologies that manned systems in the offshore space, compact systems is march- support them. The result is a few new held by

  • MT Nov-19#25 ties in the EEZs and also the Flag State  the marine)
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    ties in the EEZs and also the Flag State the marine environment. To this end, mineral resources from the deep ocean authority of the Mining support vessel. ABS has Rules and Guides which aid ? oor has always seemed just out of All of these will enforce speci? c safety not only Owners and Regulators