Ethernet

  • SubC Imaging, located in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, creates some of the most advanced underwater imaging systems in the world, including state-of-the-art cameras, lights, lasers and DVR Overlay solutions for media management. Since its founding in 2010 SubC has developed an international clientele in the offshore energy, ocean sciences and aerospace and defense sectors with clients in over 20 countries.

     
    SubC focuses on enabling its clients to more easily acquire high quality visual data using their platform of choice and helping them better manage and use that information for improved decision making. SubC also currently has two products under late stage development and soon to be available for field testing. 
     
    The first, the Rayfin Autonomous Machine Vision System, is designed for use on all platforms with special attention paid to the unique requirements of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) which are becoming more widely used for underwater inspections, monitoring and surveys. Built with this platform in mind, the Rayfin has the ability to synchronize AUV data with camera data and is fully programmable to trigger based on commands or events such as altitude, depth, time, etc. Additional features under development include image mosaic and object recognition.
     
    The automated stitching of bottom mosaics will be done using a combination of feature mapping and navigation data (dead reckoning) with the internal IMU of the camera and other data (gyro, depth, altimeter) fed in from the system over serial or Ethernet. All data will be logged with their respective images and along with the World File created for each image used to assist in the image stitching process.
     
    The Rayfin will feature the following High Level Specifications.
     
    LiquidOptics water-corrected imaging:
    •Video Transmission models
    * HDE: HD over Ethernet, SD over Composite
    * HDC: HD over Coax and Ethernet
    * HDF: HD over Fiber and Ethernet
    •Internal 4K UHD recording and 12.3 megapixel digital stills
    •Hybrid LED strobe/lamp and external laser sync direct from camera
    •Dive interval programming (automated stills, recording, hibernate)
    •Control via Ethernet, RS232 and RS485
    •Live video and image file transfer over Ethernet
    •Built in sensors: accelerometer, gyro, compass and (optional) depth
    •Video, stills and data storage in SubC Dive Log format
    •1TB or optional (2TB or 4TB) of solid state storage for video, stills and data. 
     
    The second, the VisionSphere System, provides a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) pilot full visual coverage of a vehicle’s environment by strategically mounting cameras with ultra-wide (UltraOptics) overlapping fields of view (FOV) around the vehicle. The enhanced situational awareness helps mitigate the risk of collision with subsea assets and the potentially costly repairs that can result. The system can also improve efficiency with more of the subsea environment being captured in a shorter period of time and also allows for better multi-tasking since the pilot can focus on flying the ROV while the co-pilot focuses on the inspection. In its current configuration all camera feeds would be recorded and viewed simultaneously on separate separate monitors. SubC has patents pending around the viewing medium, involving stitching the videos together, to create a 360 spherical view around the ROV. Multiple clients can simultaneously digitally pan, tilt and zoom within the spherical view.
     
     
    (As published in the January/February edition of Marine Technology Reporter)
  • Kongsberg Maritime added an Ethernet control interface and a new graphical user interface to its high resolution digital stills camera the OE14-408. The OE14-408 with its 1/1.7-in. CCD sensor, 5x optical zoom and achromatic doublet lens has the ability to capture stills images up to a 10 megapixel resolution

  • storage and retrieval, its manufacturer SIDUS Solutions said. The camera features full 1080i high definition ensures crisp and pristine images. Power over Ethernet (POE) allows for immediate installation, and the onboard memory card slot for recording can save bandwidth and add data handling versatility. This

  • Imenco’s new HD over Ethernet subsea camera, the SubVIS Orca, was scheduled to launch globally in early April 2015. Essentially a smart phone with a commercial subsea lens and housing rated to 400m, the camera will be apps driven and will be capable of communication with all sensors installed on ROVs.

  • 1742, are space saving, yet packed with innovative features. Designed to suit myriad of vessels, the 1702C series is part of the new NavNet series of Ethernet networked products. NavNet allows flexibility to create various bridge configurations, including single, dual and tri or quad-stations - utilizing an

  • sensors deployed in wide area networks on the ocean floor in deep water.  These science instruments are powered through dry-mate submersible to wet-mate Ethernet transmission jumpers that allow for the wet configuration that enables high bandwidth data transfer and unlimited reconfiguration, upgrades, and modular

  • in ports worldwide have a variety of wired and wireless network technologies ranging from UHF and VHF, over wireless sensor networks (WSN) and LPWA, to Ethernet, meshed wireless and Wi-Fi — each supporting a different application of the terminal. With today’s 4G/LTE networks and the coming of 5G, it is now

  • its product line to incorporate internet protocol (IP) communication by offering the Seafloor Observer System (pictured) which is controlled via a single Ethernet cable and the IP Digital Color Video Camera (SS429).    The MTR100 is Marine Technology Reporter's Annual report on 100 leading companies in the

  • considerable ramifications in the way the subsea industry carries out inspection tasks. The solution, and all of Imenco’s future systems, will be run with Ethernet using the latest TCP/IP Standard. With the ‘PC’ inside the camera rather than on the surface, customers will be able to tailor how they use the subsea

  • ULF (200Hz-2KHz) and HF (8KHz-23KHz). A direct A/D input is available for the FSI Bubble Gun or other seismic systems, and it has an industry-standard Ethernet interface for data and control signals. The HMS-622 CHIRPceiver rounds out the FSI sub-bottom system product line which includes the Bubble Gun Family

  • Sea View offers a 720 kHz operating frequency which gives it a range setting availability from 100m down to 0.2m. It also provides AUV designers with an Ethernet over power option that enables connectivity to be established using just a two core cable. With a sonar head measuring 228mm x 130mm x 70mm the Dolphin

  • optical fibre via CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing). As a frequently selected option, the multiplexer comes with integrated (P)ECL and 10/100 Ethernet cards. The NEXUS MK VI multiplexer is designed and built to be a rugged, efficient and versatile HD solution for interfacing a wealth of different

  • MT Oct-19#61  in the Midas Bathypack were ethernet enabled to of-
fer precision)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 61

    closely with Oceaneering’s engineering team to meet challenges in communication and connector requirements. The sen- sors in the Midas Bathypack were ethernet enabled to of- fer precision sound velocity, conductivity, temperature, depth and altimeter data, which is used to enhance the operational capability

  • MN Oct-19#36  vessels, is based on latest ethernet 
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 36

    NW6000 VDR system, which has a global install base Holland in its offering) offer such capabilities. of more than 6,000 vessels, is based on latest ethernet October 2019 36 M

  • MT Jul-19#79  in real-time
Overlay4K & Ethernet  6 video Blackbox
compatible)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 79

    , WA SubC DVRO: 2?VKRUHvideo and data streaming - View operations from anywhere in the world - Make critical decisions in real-time Overlay4K & Ethernet 6 video Blackbox compatible channels www.subcimaging.com Take Marine Technology Reporter with you anywhere! ...well almost anywhere. Marine TechNews

  • MT Jul-19#68  connected via USB, serial or Ethernet connectors and can  GeoSpectru)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 68

    gas, satile, modular 0.2 W, 23 mm diameter icListen Kayak can and environmental services. As well as standard products, be connected via USB, serial or Ethernet connectors and can GeoSpectrum can also provide customized products and is be custom-integrated or mounted on users’ vehicles or plat- particularly

  • MT Jul-19#63 , and  ded metadata Live Ethernet transfer of 
video and)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 63

    high-performance to the Surf zone, to offshore environ- case solutions and advanced portable ments. Sea? oor designs, develops, and ded metadata Live Ethernet transfer of video and stills continuous 21MP pho- lighting systems, with great experience manufacturers hydrographic survey so- tos up to 4Hz 4K

  • MT Jul-19#46  assisting in the safe deploy- Ethernet and power. 
tinue to)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 46

    about seabed topology and ocean ports that provide serial communication, and mature, and customer needs con- currents, and assisting in the safe deploy- Ethernet and power. tinue to evolve, particular focus has been ment of the two manned submersibles. These ports can be used for ? eld-swap- placed on integrating

  • MT Jul-19#25  other ROV’s on the 
market. Ethernet interfacing allows for)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 25

    to all Forum XLe ob- servation class vehicles enables superior connectivity and expansion capabilities when compared with other ROV’s on the market. Ethernet interfacing allows for seamless integration with other industry sensors using common IP architecture and ease of remote data transfer. “As the

  • MT Sep-19#8  for software develop-
ethernet enabled to offer precision)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    down a Cooperative Research and Develop- sensors in the Midas Bathypack were to over 4000m. The scientists of the ment contract for software develop- ethernet enabled to offer precision Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI)/Max ment on this project. September 2019 8 MTR MTR #7 (1-17).indd 8 9/9/2019 8:56:08 A

  • MP Q3-19#47 rently being run over Ethernet in terms of reliability)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 47

    rently being run over Ethernet in terms of reliability, security and bust, mission-critical communications system to connect mo- capacity with far greater ability to scale, handle extreme low la- bile devices, sensors and actuators. This allows the creation of tency applications and generally support

  • MP Q3-19#46  placed on govern-
vantages of Ethernet and Wi-Fi as compared)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 46

    TECH FOR TERMINALS Figure 1 presents a summary of the advantages and disad- At the same time, widespread pressure placed on govern- vantages of Ethernet and Wi-Fi as compared to a private LTE ments has freed up spectrum for use by enterprises in indus- network. There are additional features with the

  • MP Q3-19#44  ow coordination.
and LPWA, to Ethernet, meshed wireless and)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 44

    straddle carriers. This is mostly used for from UHF and VHF, over wireless sensor networks (WSN) job allocation and work? ow coordination. and LPWA, to Ethernet, meshed wireless and Wi-Fi — each Voice communications are usually handled by TETRA or supporting a different application of the terminal. With

  • MR Jun-19#15   Dome’s team used the local Ethernet  supplier Totem Plus)
    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    respond to the threat is bridge systems trade will have far reaching consequenc- sel’s position at a critical point during an Dome’s team used the local Ethernet supplier Totem Plus. Under an agree- es.” There have already been well docu- intended voyage, during night-time pas- Switch Interface – which connects

  • MT Jun-19#63  in real-time
Overlay4K & Ethernet  6 video Blackbox
compatible)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 63

    , WA SubC DVRO: 2?VKRUHvideo and data streaming - View operations from anywhere in the world - Make critical decisions in real-time Overlay4K & Ethernet 6 video Blackbox compatible channels www.subcimaging.com Take Marine Technology Reporter with you anywhere! ...well almost anywhere. Marine TechNews

  • MT May-19#57  and built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet. 
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ing)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 57

    .com The MVP comes in three versions, the mBox network management software, www.sensonor.com MVP30/30-350 for ef? ciently survey- and built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet. www.sonardyne.com ing of coastal waters on a typical 25-foot Another feature of the TracPhone www.amloceanographic.com www.kvh.com launch; the

  • MR Mar-19#52  to the processor via Ethernet connection. The result)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

    FAR22X8BB series signal processing begins directly in the gearbox, where the analog signal is converted and digitally transmitted to the processor via Ethernet connection. The result is less noise and higher sensitivity. Brush- less motors spin the antenna which, depending on the model, can be anywhere from

  • MT Jan-19#48 . 
cable manipulation tasks.   Ethernet interfacing allows for)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 48

    ment packages in addition to performing the more delicate capabilities when compared with other ROV’s on the market. cable manipulation tasks. Ethernet interfacing allows for seamless integration with other The ? nal project of the year saw the deep water system de- industry sensors using common

  • MR Feb-19#3  are available
• Simple Ethernet connection to FAR2xx7)
    February 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    virus risk • Fully compliant IMO systems (19” & 23.1” LCD) or Black Box ECDIS with user supplied wide glass bridge monitors are available • Simple Ethernet connection to FAR2xx7 Radars, saving thousands over complex interface kits • Fast redraw & intuitive route creation • Easy auto-load function greatly

  • MR Jan-19#7  are available
• Simple Ethernet connection to FAR2xx7)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    virus risk • Fully compliant IMO systems (19” & 23.1” LCD) or Black Box ECDIS with user supplied wide glass bridge monitors are available • Simple Ethernet connection to FAR2xx7 Radars, saving thousands over complex interface kits • Fast redraw & intuitive route creation • Easy auto-load function greatly

  • MN Nov-18#66 , providing high performance Ethernet/ Repeat Customer, Critical)
    November 2018 - Marine News page: 66

    boom/mic adjustment and transmit capability. Master Station, hard-wired to the Wireless Gateway, is the heart of the system, providing high performance Ethernet/ Repeat Customer, Critical Component IP versatility and offering a modular approach to system MetalCraft Marine has specialized in world-class, high- inte

  • MT Sep-18#31  SZC allows access to ar- ming Ethernet port, two guest Ethernet)
    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 31

    Li-ion ate in mixed environments is unique, • Ports: charging port, program- 0XOWLEHDP,PDJLQJ6RQDUV whereas the SZC allows access to ar- ming Ethernet port, two guest Ethernet 6LQJOHDQG'XDO)UHTXHQF\WRN+] eas that surface craft, swimmers or hu- ports man based techniques could not. The The Sea Otter

  • MT Jul-18#60 , and multibeam sonars,  Ethernet communications. The newest)
    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    version (300 m depth rated), the Model 882-GS, available with serial or include a variety of mechanical scan- ning, sidescan, and multibeam sonars, Ethernet communications. The newest HydroComp, Inc. model, the 852-GS, is an ultra-miniature as well as echo sounders/altimeters. Durham, NH Each system

  • MT Jul-18#36  transfer. Both have the same Ethernet 
Equinor (previously)
    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 36

    MTR 10 0 sea docking station technology, with support from Norway’s DC, 250 Watt power transfer. Both have the same Ethernet Equinor (previously known as Statoil). and serial data transfer as Torden. Stinger designs and produces solutions focusing on light- WiSub’s connectors use high-frequency microwave

  • MT Jul-18#23  
RF, laser, video, fast ethernet and complex ? ber optic)
    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    , and down- hole systems. Technology advances are demanding interconnect solutions that accommodate higher power, higher frequency RF, laser, video, fast ethernet and complex ? ber optic signals. AMETEK SCP, located in Westerly, Rhode Island is a global supplier of custom electrical and optical connectors,

  • MT Jun-18#51  
raw or processed data over 
Ethernet and long range 
WiFi)
    June 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    recorders on the market. The Porpoise’s 2 TB of SD storage provides ample memory, and like the RS-Orca it can stream raw or processed data over Ethernet and long range WiFi. The Porpoise is also capable of stream- ing audio in real time at higher bandwidths than other recorders, making it suited