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  • Martek Marine’s one-of-a-kind iECDIS integrates a GSM modem, offering automatic download and installation of charts, updates and notices to mariners, reducing administrative burdens associated with CD updates. The GSM modem uses mobile network signals to keep iECDIS up to date anywhere with mobile signal, downloading the most recent piracy warnings and weather forecasts which can be instantly overlaid on the chart display itself.
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    (As published in the March 2014 edition of Marine News - www.marinelink.com)

  • Martek Marine released its unique ECDIS offering to the market: iECDIS, which the company claims is the first model to integrate a GSM modem, offering automatic download and installation of charts, updates and notices to mariners. The GSM modem uses a mobile network signal to keep iECDIS up to date anywhere

  • Geolink, a forerunner in the satellite communication sector, has successfully developed Oceancell, the first GSM solution aboard ships. With Oceancell, passengers on cruise liners or car ferries, can transmit and receive calls on their GSM, when the vessel is outside the local network coverage zone.

  • poor countries, it is very common to have a wired public phone system that is very old, overloaded, and not readily available at the dockside. However. GSM cellular service is generally available in the port area, so finding a way to use that cellular service has been a must for Mercy Ships. In their

  • reception offshore. The proposed Twitter solution proved the best as it was available for both web based users and also SMS text message services over GSM, the 140 character message being easily understood and including basic information such as instrument location and data age. The measurements are based

  • for under $1500. Arriving in January is the SeaWave Integrator (pictured), a full service marine communications system that incorporates satellite, GSM, HF and Internet technology. SeaWave Communicator 3.0 is Windows-based software that comes bundled with the SeaWave integrator hardware device. Least

  • decision has been made to install CommBox on 16 vessels. "We have tested CommBox on vessels with Inmarsat A. Inmarsat B, Inmarsat Fleet 77 and via GSM. CommBox has proven to us that it is a reliable and flexible solution" said Holtekjolen. "We have reduced our data communication cost with 65 to

  • in the rugged protective deployment frame underneath the float. The hard anodized marine grade aluminum hull incorporates buoyancy, telemetry equipment (GSM/GPRS/3G), electronics (including data logger) and battery in a fully marinized and compact package. The buoy, once installed, can be left reporting

  • allows vessel managers to identify abnormal or wasteful behavior patterns. The firm has 15 employees.   The Case: Using dual band technology with both GSM and Iridium satellite networks, GPLink is an invaluable tool designed to help keep the world’s commercial boats on the water longer and increase their

  • data for one boat or an entire fleet in near real-time from any computer or internet-connected device. The Case: Using dual band technology with both GSM and Iridium satellite networks, gplink is an invaluable tool that keeps shallow draft workboats on the water longer and increases their bottom lines

  • e-mail and download forecast information so it is waiting on a PC, much like a land-based system. Available in any combination of Satellite. Cellular GSM and HF. externally, SeaWave Integrator 3.0 can support Inmarsat B, Fleet 77 & 55. with others slated to be supported shortly. SeaWave Integrator

  • front wheels, which enabled the user to get more use (up to 400 percent additional wear) from the tires. This unit also includes an on-board mounted Modem/GSM system for remote assistance in real time, anywhere the machine is working. It has even the possibility of being interfaced with the Customer software

  • MR Mar-19#49  in production to  for onboard GSM services for passen-
try)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    carrier services bined solution thereby offers a lower en- as young people starting their careers at adventure cruise ships in production to for onboard GSM services for passen- try barrier for shipping companies look- sea demand modern essentials such as provide its quality Sealink services on ger voice

  • MP Q3-17#61  monitoring with cellular GSM connectivity will be 
Double-han)
    Jul/Aug 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 61

    Company earlier this year also announced that Hyster Tracker consuming maneuver. Hyster eliminates that requirement. wireless monitoring with cellular GSM connectivity will be Double-handling is not a widely spread practice in the North standard on all Hyster Big Trucks and container handlers in American

  • MN Aug-16#30  vessels or across  both GSM and Iridium satellite net-
entir)
    August 2016 - Marine News page: 30

    overhead, and simplify fuel track- Using dual band technology with the commercial marine vessel market. ing for individual vessels or across both GSM and Iridium satellite net- entire commercial ? eets. FloScan’s works, GPLink is an invaluable tool T C :HE ASE FloNET systems has Geo-Fencing ca-

  • MR Oct-15#39  in August 
offshore rigs where GSM nor Wi?   is suit- given)
    October 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    ships and ship to shore data communication and has DNV GL has also been working with the seminar of MUNIN, arranged in August offshore rigs where GSM nor Wi? is suit- given the opportunity to combine differ- US Coast Guard on building a regulatory in Hamburg Germany, project man- able. The goggles

  • MT Apr-15#60  buoyancy, 
telemetry equipment (GSM/GPRS/3G), electron-
ics)
    April 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    in the rugged protective deployment frame underneath the ? oat. The hard anodized ma- rine grade aluminum hull incorporates buoyancy, telemetry equipment (GSM/GPRS/3G), electron- ics (including data logger) and battery in a fully marinized and compact package. The buoy, once installed, can be left reporting

  • MR Feb-15#41  signi?  cant 
ready operates a GSM (2G) service on  price)
    February 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    is satellite services,” he continues, “which quick to impart, stating that the ? rm al- is the current standard, it’s a signi? cant ready operates a GSM (2G) service on price reduction… just a fraction of the the NCS, connecting offshore vessels cost. for ? rms such as Subsea7, Gulf Offshore That

  • MR Feb-15#40  the world
• Currently has 16 GSM (2G) installa-
tions in)
    February 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    al- ready well-established in cruise and ferry segments, providing services to over 170 vessels and maritime as- sets across the world • Currently has 16 GSM (2G) installa- tions in the North Sea • MCP’s CellAtSea network recorded 16 million users in 2013 • In the same year data traf? c over the network

  • MN Dec-14#38  uses data services on the AT&T GSM Cellular  network and/or)
    December 2014 - Marine News page: 38

    50 hours a month creating reports that could be made available with three clicks.? Communicating the Good News gplink uses data services on the AT&T GSM Cellular network and/or its GSM roaming partners as the primary channel and defaults to Iridium if GSM is not available. Through these connections

  • MR Nov-14#42  to switch 
automatically to GSM services when in 
range)
    November 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    the system is in use and pre-purchases credits for trans- mitting tracking positions. An optional module enables RockFLEET to switch automatically to GSM services when in range, providing further cost savings. The system obtains a position us- ing the GPS satellite network and then transmits that

  • MR Aug-14#57  and IP acceleration ? Voice and GSM network, and ? Crew services)
    August 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 57

    comprises:? FleetBroadband 250 or 500 terminal? Satellite gateway? Network router? Integrated ship and shore Þ rewall? Web and IP acceleration ? Voice and GSM network, and ? Crew services.Inmarsat iFUSION provides shipping companies and operators with the ability to conÞ gure and control all onboard voice

  • MN Aug-14#23  dual band technology with both GSM and Irid-
ium satellite)
    August 2014 - Marine News page: 23

    data for one boat or an entire fl eet in near real- time from any computer or internet-connected device. The Case: Using dual band technology with both GSM and Irid- ium satellite networks, gplink is an invaluable tool that keeps shallow draft workboats on the water longer and increases their bottom

  • MN May-14#50  
band cellular technology with GSM communications, as 
well)
    May 2014 - Marine News page: 50

    impor- tantly, operates independently from other communication systems aboard the vessel. Through the utilization of dual band cellular technology with GSM communications, as well as the Iridium satellite system, gplink is able to pro- vide vessel coverage on a global basis. Monitoring both diagnostics

  • MR May-14#55  the fi rst model to integrate a GSM modem, offer-
ing automatic)
    May 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 55

    ECDIS Martek Marine released its unique ECDIS offering to the market: iECDIS, which the company claims is the fi rst model to integrate a GSM modem, offer- ing automatic download and installation of charts, updates and notices to mariners. The GSM modem uses a mobile network signal to

  • MN May-14#50  
band cellular technology with GSM communications, as 
well)
    May 2014 - Marine News page: 50

    impor- tantly, operates independently from other communication systems aboard the vessel. Through the utilization of dual band cellular technology with GSM communications, as well as the Iridium satellite system, gplink is able to pro- vide vessel coverage on a global basis. Monitoring both diagnostics

  • MN Mar-14#56  
iECDIS integrates a GSM modem, 
offering automatic)
    March 2014 - Marine News page: 56

    data to the mariner during passage planning. www.jargoon.co.uk Martek’s Network- Connected ECDIS Martek Marine’s one-of-a-kind iECDIS integrates a GSM modem, offering automatic download and installation of charts, updates and notices to mariners, reducing ad- ministrative burdens associated

  • MR Feb-01#48  by GEOLINK: 
The First GSM Solution 
Via Satellite)
    February 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    fax '.pall.com Visit us at Circle 299 on Reader Service Card 6-8 March 2001 Miami, USA Stand No. 795 Oceancell by GEOLINK: The First GSM Solution Via Satellite Aboard Ships Geolink, a forerunner in the satellite communication sector, has successfully developed Oceancell, the first

  • MR May-01#60  
phone numbers and 
GSM-like functions 
(phone)
    May 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    9900 MK II The Innovative Inmarsat-B Ship Earth Station Features Telephony - up to 5 smart handsets with individual phone numbers and GSM-like functions (phone book etc.) Integrated distress key in the handset holder External distress key (optional) Fax, CCITT group 3 (9600

  • MR May-01#29  
DISCOUER THE PLEASURE OF GSm, EUEI1 in THE H1IDDLE OF)
    May 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

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  • MR Jul-01#2nd Cover  card. In addition, 
authorized GSM subscribers* can send an)
    July 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2nd Cover

    thinking about them while at sea? With Eik SMS you can do this anytime at less than it would cost you to buy a greeting card. In addition, authorized GSM subscribers* can send an SMS directly from their telephone to an Inmarsat-C terminal. in 1/1 Ili Gasy to USE Sending an SMS message directly

  • MR Aug-01#51  an on-board mounted Modem/GSM system for remote assistance)
    August 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    wheels, which enabled the user to get more use (up to 400 percent additional wear) from the tires. This unit also includes an on-board mounted Modem/GSM system for remote assistance in real time, anywhere the machine is working. It has even the possibility of being interfaced with the Customer software

  • MR Oct-02#54 . Optionally, also cel-
lular GSM can be received and transmitted)
    October 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 54

    43 mm diameter. The new MAS1 can receive Navtex, DGPS, AM/FM radio, SSB, Weatherfax and VHF, as well as transmit on VHF. Optionally, also cel- lular GSM can be received and transmitted. Circle No. 102 www.maritimereporterinfo.com Consultants (Naval ShipTech ShipTech Marine Architects & Marine

  • MR Dec-02#36  station for 
the Thuraya GSM/satellite phone. 
It will)
    December 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    and Blocks. Circle No. 124 ^ Thuraya S a t C o m Distribution has launched a maritime exter- nal antenna and docking station for the Thuraya GSM/satellite phone. It will enable users to send and receive calls, faxes and data without requiring direct line of sight to the Thuraya satellite

  • MR Jan-03#19  that incorporates satel-
lite, GSM, HF and Internet technology)
    January 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    for under $1500. Arriving in January is the SeaWave Integrator (pictured), a full service marine communications system that incorporates satel- lite, GSM, HF and Internet technology. SeaWave Communicator 3.0 is Windows-based software that comes bundled with the SeaWave integrator hardware device.

  • MR Jan-03#18  landlines, as well as most 
GSM systems. 
Circle 166 on)
    January 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    Network is suitable for operation on: Inmarsat A, B. B-HSD, M, Mini-M, GAN/M4, Fleet ISDN, Iridium, ISDN and PSTN landlines, as well as most GSM systems. Circle 166 on Reader Service Card www.maritimereporterinfo.com Sailor Fleet77 Launched Sailor introduced the new satellite communications