Gps

  • —Free Literature Available— Sperry Marine Inc., Charlottesville, Va., is now shipping its GPS Core Module and the 501 TR/GPS Navigator to a growing number of commercial shipowners worldwide, according to Sperry project manager Bruce Angus.

    The GPS Core Module is a singlechannel, sequenced, C/A code receiver which has been designed specifically for the professional marine user. Simplicity of hardware, reliability and availability of parts and unit ruggedness have been the design criteria for the GPS Core Module— all without compromising high performance accuracy.

    Mr. Angus described the GPS Core Module receiver as automatically integrating all current and future operational satellites so that current buyers enjoy the early advantage of GPS with the assurance that the receiver will be performing optimally up to and after the full deployment of GPS satellites. Additionally, Sperry Marine offers a free satellite advisory software diskette to assist in predicting the interim GPS coverage on a given time and date.

    The new GPS equipment features two RS232 ports which provide Lat, Long and Time updates every two to three seconds with a positional accuracy of 30 meters 2dRMS. The data format is flexible to configure and complies with SC104 format (the data message for differential corrections). Other formats such as NMEA0183 are available and, in addition, the unit has very low power consumption.

    The Sperry Marine 501TR/GPS Navigator aids mariners wishing to specify the accuracy and continuity of GPS fixes. The 501TR/GPS uses an integrated transit receiver which fills the coverage gaps that will exist up to the time when all GPS satellites are deployed.

    According to Mr. Angus, no other system available offers this combined transit/GPS capability with a common, complete single page navigation display. The operator is able to quickly become familiar with the screen location of essential navigation data and always knows whether the data is based on transit or GPS fixes.

    Mr. Angus indicated that owners of existing Sperry Marine transit receivers will be able to easily upgrade their systems during a short onboard service call to full transit/ GPS receivers. These owners would then receive the full advantage of GPS technology at a minimum cost.

    For free literature detailing Sperry Marine's GPS Core Module and 501TR/GPS Navigator, Circle 12 on Reader Service Card

  • Four new satellite navigation receivers from Magnavox offer both GPS (Global Positioning System) and Transit capabilities in the same unit. Called the MX 1100-GPS series, these navigators combine GPS and Transit satellite data to generate position information. Further, speed and heading sensors are

  • Suppose the Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers used for your vessel, offshore oil platform, or port facility could not generate position data needed for your operations. How would your crew or staff respond? Initial troubleshooting efforts may indicate equipment failures, antenna masking, or possibly

  • The latest in Magnavox's growing line of GPS products is the MX 5400R, a "black-box" navigation receiver that provides GPS data outputs to a Magnavox MX 4102 OR MX 5102 transit satellite navigation receiver. The MX 5400R is a two-channel C/A-Code GPS receiver that receives and processes signals

  • Sperry Corporation of Charlottesville, Va., has recently made available literature on the Sperry GPS Core Module the company has designed and manufactured specifically for the marine environment. The Sperry GPS Core Module is a single-channel, C/A Code, sequenced receiver, with position calculation a

  • Magnavox has announced the introduction of an integrated GPS/ Transit satellite navigation system for the commercial marine market. The new MX 4102GPS is a complete dual navigation system, allowing users to make use of both the existing Transit navigation system and the as-yet-unfinished Global Posit

  • VectorNav Technologies introduced the VN-300 Dual Antenna GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System (GPS/INS). The follow-on product to the VN-100 IMU/AHRS and VN-200 GPS/INS, the miniature VN-300 enables a wider range of applications through the incorporation of GPS compassing techniques. The VN-300 can be

  • Standard Horizon announced the new GX2200 Matrix AIS/GPS, now with Class D DSC Fixed Mount VHF with integrated AIS and GPS, 30W PA/Hailer and RAM mic option, available starting January 2014. According to the manufacturer, key features include Integrated AIS and GPS, 4800 and 38400 baud rate selections

  • Trimble Navigation, Sunnyvale, Calif., has introduced another innovative GPS product: integrated GPS receiver and antenna in one unit. The Acutis® GPS is a complete three-channel GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver and antenna, integrated into a rugged, weatherproof case that mounts like

  • credit card account.  Most spoofing has a financial object, but that is not always the case. It is now possible to spoof Global Positioning System (GPS) and other space-based positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) services.  To date (as far as can be determined), intentional GPS spoofing has been

  • The new MX 4400 GPS Positioning and Navigation System from Magnavox is accurate, compact and housed in a sealed enclosure. The MX 4400 is designed to a wide variety of today's commercial GPS positioning and navigation requirements. Magnavox reports the MX 4400 is a full-featured two-channel C/A code

  • Magnavox recently received orders from the U.S. Coast Guard for differential GPS (DGPS) equipment which will be used to provide enhanced navigational accuracy for ships and boats in U.S. coastal waters and harbors. The Magnavox system uses the signals from marine radiobeacons to broadcast differentia

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    information collected by sen- the plates were moving and interacting. Using a Wave Glider sor networks on land and in space. To understand our planet with GPS acoustic sensors they were able to measure the seis- and to solve some of the grand challenges before us such mic activity with precision resolution

  • MT Apr-19#47   Magnetometers & Streamers 
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    Navy Research Institutions Underwater Lights & Cameras Comms, Telemetry & Data Processing USV Platforms Buoyancy Technology Magnetometers & Streamers GPS, Gyro Compasses & MEMS Motion Scientific Deck Machinery / LARS Beacons, Flashers & Tracking Systems Tracking Interconnect: Underwater Cables and

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    Navy Research Institutions Underwater Lights & Cameras Comms, Telemetry & Data Processing USV Platforms Buoyancy Technology Magnetometers & Streamers GPS, Gyro Compasses & MEMS Motion Scientific Deck Machinery / LARS Beacons, Flashers & Tracking Systems Tracking Interconnect: Underwater Cables and

  • MN May-19#64 ADVERTISER INDEX
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    will turn to tomated gates and appointment systems. Chassis owners can help alternatives like member-owned insurance captives and risk re- by installing GPS to better monitor its equipment location at the tention groups, which can put the brakes on premium costs. ports and on the road. Other initiatives

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    electronics package with Gar- 200 hp outboard motors, and its estimat- toggles. Lake Assault Boats are custom 7.8 now features ? re suppression ca- min GPS, FLIR stabilized camera, loud ed top speed is 40 knots. The hull and engineered in Superior, Wisconson. The pabilities with a forward position ?

  • MN Apr-19#64 ADVERTISER INDEX
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    ADVERTISER INDEX Page Company Website Phone# 21 ABS Americas www.eagle.org (281) 877-6774 41 Ahead Sanitation www.aheadsanitationsystems.com (337) 330-4407 33 All American Marine www.AllAmericanMarine.com (360) 647-7602 C2 Aqseptence Group, Inc. www.aqseptence.com (574) 223-3980 27 Bay

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    subsidence monitoring in the US Gulf of Mexico. AMTs and their frames following recovery after more than ? ve years deployment. Images: Sonardyne box-in (GPS-A) and then perform wireless data retrieval us- achieve close to 1cm/year measurement sensitivity. ing unmanned surface vessels, such as Wave Gliders

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    Image: Sonardyne German research vessel Sonne and a Wave Glider unmanned surface vessel (USV) were used to harvest data from AMTs. USVs can now also perform GPS-Acoustic measurements. n the recent downturn, one of the measures oil companies During drilling and production activity, sea? oor monitoring took

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    accurate pro? les in conjunction with an Advanced Navigation GNSS compass mounted on the vessel, which provides navigation and head- ing data based on GPS. “Without this essential data, as well as the veri? cation of the mathematical model, the design and construction of ports and offshore developments

  • MT Jan-19#55  Level Variation Study:  GPS and Ice Pro?  ling Sonar
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    New Tech Dexterous Maritime Manipulation System ASL Sea Level Variation Study: GPS and Ice Pro? ling Sonar Photo: H. Henriksen RE2 Arctic FoxTail on MS Polarsyssel riksen’s standard Foxtail vertical adhe- ized version features an integrated trans- the measurements. A shore-mounted sion band (VAB) skimmer

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    suite of navigation large pilot transfer platform was engi- 21 knots on sea trials and pilot boat, improving safety for crews electronics includes GPS, radar, depth neered into the vessel’s foredeck, with a is anticipated to show a 20 while enhancing service to operators and sounder, and AIS, which

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    prehensive review of the processes and throwable personal fotation devise on the Marine Safety Center all information to that currently provided by GPS (49 resources used by the Coast Guard to rafts that are 16 feet or more overall in necessary for such person to exercise USC 312). The system must

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    in non-authorized ocean disposal sites. The system itself As a starter, FY18 funding was better than FY17. What is comprised of a small computer and a GPS receiver that is does the coming year look like in that regard? connected to the scow controls. The Scow Geofence System We are encouraged, engaged

  • MN Jan-19#64 ADVERTISER INDEX
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    ADVERTISER INDEX Page Company Website Phone# 27 Ahead Sanitation www.aheadsanitationsystems.com (337) 330-4407 41 All American Marine www.AllAmericanMarine.com (360) 647-7602 5 BAE Systems - HybriDrive Solutions www.hybridrive.com (607) 770-2083 23 Boland Marine & Industrial LLC www.

  • MT Nov-18#53  vessels  use of targets and GPS. hard Schulte Offshore)
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    2017) to increase safety shore wind turbine, independent of the SOV Windea La Cour owned by Bern- on board service operation vessels use of targets and GPS. hard Schulte Offshore. The vessel is ? t- The ? rst SceneScan Monopole was de- ted with other Wärtsilä sensor solutions, (SOVs), since vessel positioning

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    System (INS) sen- sors. “The accuracy of low-power sensors degrades over time and AUVs consequently often have to surface to reinitialize with a GPS

  • MN Dec-18#48  cal- activity Mode, and live GPS location. More detailed)
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    FUEL MONITORING & COMPLIANCE taxes to the inland waterways maintenance fund, these cal- activity Mode, and live GPS location. More detailed raw culations are critical to the health of their bottom lines. data is then transferred once per day to give a complete Separately, and for offshore operators moving

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    package with dual 22 foot x 8 foot 6 inches Bullfrog 22. ing for the US Army Core in the Marshal higher speeds. Gladding-Hearn’s all-alu- Garmin GPS displays, radar, and VHF. Powered by a 250hp Honda engine and Islands and Foss Maritime employs six minum pilot boats, which range from 40- Powered

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    by Incat Crowther and built at cally optimizes the ferry’s trim, list and the Gulf Craft shipyard in Franklin, La. heel angles, using inputs from GPS, gyro The catamaran is powered by four MTU and accelerometers to measure 3D rates Tier 3 diesels with waterjet drives. The of turn and acceleration