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  • At SMM Raytheon Anschütz launched the newly developed NautoScan NX network radar transceivers, the centerpiece of its next generation Synapsis Radar system. The new NautoScan NX transceivers generate raw radar video, which is distributed via Gigabit LAN. Raw video distribution without any analogue losses enables optimized performance with high-fidelity radar data processing through the individual end-user applications on the bridge. An unlimited number of workstations and applications can be linked to the LAN to receive the radar video. A star-based network approach offers highest scalability and flexibility for a wide range of applications and requirements without need for special cabling or conversion hardware. As part of the complete system redesign, critical parts such as the drive unit have been optimized to provide customers with maintenance-free operation and an extended life. Features such as automatic performance monitoring or a Magnetron sleep mode for longer maintenance intervals are now integrated in the system.  The Synapsis Radar is built on the new Synapsis NX system architecture. The Synapsis Radar task is part of the Synapsis NX multifunctional workstations, which integrates all navigational data, tasks and services to enable users full data control with a single action only. The workstations are based on a new standardized, ultra-compact Small Marine Computer with fan-less design and solid-state disk, and feature streamlined sensor collection and distribution to combine high reliability and smooth operation.
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  • the alarm and which camera selections the alarm event has selected. Further development of the interface may be to interconnect the systems on LAN and adding a simple window for camera control. Circle 34 on Reader Service Card www.maritimereporterinfo.co

  • has designed six different VME modules: a high-performance CPU or main processor board; a serial I/O module; a memory board; a Local Area Network (LAN) board; CRT graphic controller board; and TDAC board. TANO, a controller systems supplier, designed the family of VME modules for its own use and

  • has gained exclusive rights as North American distributor of Netverk's MarStar software. The product is a communications interface that allows PCs or LANs in mobile or remote locations to connect with other computer networks and software applications via satellites and mobile network systems, in addition

  • System. It consists of a totally integrated, thoroughly distributed process control and data acquisition system, based on a proven hardware and LAN, with built-in simulation facilities and field configuration tool. Main functions are automatic power management; fluid management (including stability

  • parts, stores, consumables, etc., for UTD's fleet of eight tankships and two warehouses. The system is installed on a local area microcomputer network (LAN) so that the integrated database can be accessed and used as required by purchasing, engineering and accounting departments. The "NTC Ship Manager"

  • The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) is currently studying plans for the revision and expansion of the NMEA 0183 (1.1) Interface Standard for Marine Electronics. This Standard is a uniform data communications protocol providing a common "language" that permits information to be exchanged

  • the most advanced MacArtney telemetry system to date. Power switching is software controlled via PC software or using a tablet which is online via LAN or WiFi. Sensor power status, telemetry link, leak alarm etc. is also continuously monitored by the software. Advanced features include programmable

  • one of the most significant maritime voyages ever. After observing the transit of Venus across the sun in the Pacific, they headed southwest to New Zealand, traveling up the east coast of Australia, then on to the Dutch East Indies (Jakarta and Indonesia). Contrary to popular belief, Cook didn't discover

  • to WinCE or other customized operating systems that can take advantage of the Intel X-Scale technology. Software updates can be made through the USB, LAN or regular serial port. "We have retained the familiar manmachine interface (MMI) software features that were pioneered by Leica in the popular

  • the work done immediately in order to avoid a late departure on its next voyage. Milcom Systems, a marine contractor specializing in C4I, HVAC and LAN installations, was tasked with performing a sizable portion the work. During a dry docking period of the USNS Impeccable, it was determined that

  • used through- out the Crowley system for a variety of jobs, including the ocean towing of the company's triple-deck RoRo barges between the U.S. mainland and Puerto Rico and specialized contract services. Crowley's multi-million-dollar invest- ment includes the rebuilding of the tugs' main engines

  • MR Nov-19#14  transaction may speak the 
same language, the legal language)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    risk of drafting error is higher for Europeans looking to contract with American companies. While all the par- ties to the transaction may speak the same language, the legal language (and precedent) is vastly different from Eu- rope to the United States. What follows are ? ve common mistakes I see in mari- time

  • MR Sep-19#43 , content ?  lters, separated lans etc).
What is Marlink)
    September 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 43

    driving the next generation of maritime trade’, co-authored by Nick Chubb and Leonardo Zangrando, ers (? rewall, anti-virus, content ? lters, separated lans etc). What is Marlink doing to address the locates the maritime sector at an in- ? ection point; open to big data, block- concerns around cyber security

  • MP Q3-19#46 .
tain than a standard LAN or Wi-Fi mesh network.)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 46

    video or low the technology that are no more dif? cult to install and main- latency for automated or remotely controlled operations. tain than a standard LAN or Wi-Fi mesh network. The result Over the coming ? ve years, 4G/LTE is designed to evolve is that port authorities and terminal operators now have

  • MP Q3-19#44  communications. An Ethernet LAN typi-
4G/LTE networks and)
    Jul/Aug 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 44

    are usually handled by TETRA or supporting a different application of the terminal. With today’s VHF radio for staff communications. An Ethernet LAN typi- 4G/LTE networks and the coming of 5G, it is now possible to cally backhauls the Wi-Fi access points and connects cameras consider consolidating

  • MR Aug-19#15  STEMs 
dedicated to History, or Language, or  at large. Only)
    August 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    STEMS with- today a liberal arts degree can be wholly good of each individual, and humanity out a solid grounding in PHLA, STEMs dedicated to History, or Language, or at large. Only STEMPHLA can draw rush to increase their skills and knowl- For each column I write, Mari- Philosophy or Art, without a serious

  • MN Aug-19#55  
2012. She is published in nine lan-
guages for some the world’s)
    August 2019 - Marine News page: 55

    do now has an as- of Boating Writers Int’l from 2007- ment failures doesn’t just happen sessment,” said Schwab. “It’s not 2012. She is published in nine lan- guages for some the world’s leading yachting titles. by osmosis. It’s a result of continual about dulling the sword, but about Additionally, she

  • MN Jul-19#54 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Johnson Allan Toma Garner Tadros 
commercial)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Johnson Allan Toma Garner Tadros commercial marine space by pioneer- Merchant Marine Academy, George’s Huibers to Chair NMMA Engine ing autonomous control and advanced maritime roots run deep. He previous- Manufacturers Division perception systems that make surface ly held the

  • MN Jul-19#8  is an award-
Tom Ewing is a freelance  winning marine journalist)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 8

    at the company’s cal Affairs at National Ocean In- UK of? ces in Nottingham. dustries Association (NOIA). Lisa Overing is an award- Tom Ewing is a freelance winning marine journalist and writer specializing in energy copywriter. Lisa served on the and environmental issues. board of directors of Boating

  • MN Apr-19#51  Harbor. Designed by Robert Allan Ltd, these 
two signi?)
    April 2019 - Marine News page: 51

    VESSELS RAstar 3200 Tugs Dazzle at Blessing Ceremony (SST Canada) were the toasts of a blessing ceremony in Vancouver Harbor. Designed by Robert Allan Ltd, these two signi? cant additions to the ? eet were showcased at a February blessing event in Vancouver. The tugs are notable for their responsive

  • MR Mar-19#9  by the U.S. Coast Guard is 
Folan wound up his Day One remarks)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 9

    fear of Success Stories Guard Districts, shows slow progress to- only have until July to get at least part getting bitten by the U.S. Coast Guard is Folan wound up his Day One remarks wards the ? nish line, with almost 75% of it done. One member of the audience NOT why you should have a SMS. Fear

  • MR Mar-19#8  of  rying all sorts of miscellaneous extra  There are myriad)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    accustomed to car- was already becoming an issue. Some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve and a regulatory mission that many of rying all sorts of miscellaneous extra There are myriad kinks to work out of ever seen. I’ll de? nitely be back. But, their inspectors are still sifting through, personnel

  • MR Dec-18#47  Towing appointed Alan 
Ginsberg, currently the)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    Service effective April 29, 2019. He is currently the CFO of Svitzer Australia. McAllister Towing Appoints Ginsberg CFO McAllister Towing appointed Alan Ginsberg, currently the Treasurer of the Seaman’s Church Institute, as CFO. Eric McAllister, former CFO, RMK Expands will remain as Treasurer. Tugboat

  • MR Dec-18#40   Systems, Sound Powered Phones, LAN 
service in 2018. named)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    ing built at VT Halter, scheduled to enter Construction of El Coquí, which is soles, and ancillary electronic systems Systems, Sound Powered Phones, LAN service in 2018. named for the popular indigenous frog on onboard El Coquí and sister-ship Taíno. (local-area-network), and a UHF Radio The new

  • MR Sep-18#36  KVH MegaPOP, applica-
backup plans designed to get their)
    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    risk. They need to build tel “Cybersecurity at Sea’ training video restrial networks, the company provides walls in each KVH MegaPOP, applica- backup plans designed to get their facili- for subscribers to its mini-VSAT broad- a mix of tools from infrastructure safe- tion-level traf? c shapers, multiple

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    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 11

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  • MP Q3-18#16  users of  America’s inland waterways transportation)
    Jul/Aug 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 16

    25 navigation projects over a 20-year Nation is enjoying an energy renaissance. period. Under this current partnership, commercial users of America’s inland waterways transportation system is com- the inland waterway system contribute substantial tax reve- posed of 12,000 miles of navigable waterways in

  • MN Aug-18#63 , charts, and hard- wired LAN. It translates data between)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 63

    . Offering best-in-class marine er networked devices over a wireless or vices and hardware. Continual product navigation software, charts, and hard- wired LAN. It translates data between improvements and updates based on ware, Rose Point products are used by NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183 easily feedback from

  • MN Jun-18#57 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
NOIA ABS
Nolan McCague Lee Poole Gellert)
    June 2018 - Marine News page: 57

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS NOIA ABS Nolan McCague Lee Poole Gellert Wiernicki Clark Smith Luthi Fireman he presided for 20 years as owner. lert as Chairman and Richard Clark Of? ce. McCague, who has been Finn has served in various executive as Vice Chairman for the upcoming serving as an advisor to JAXPORT’s

  • MR Mar-18#50   of the production is planned for 2021. ergy to modify)
    March 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    on the Rebound Jim McCaul – IMA/World Energy Reports ifteen production ? oaters were con- year lease to supply an FPSO to Petrobras of the production is planned for 2021. ergy to modify and redeploy the Aoka tracted in 2017 – 11 FPSOs, 2 pro- for use on the Sepia ? eld in Santos Basin. Mizu for use as

  • MT Nov-17#8  Vessel (FRV) 7417 for the Ango-
lan Ministry of Fisheries.)
    November 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    Boats FRV 7417 In November Damen Shipyards Galati launched Baía Farta, a new Fishery Re- search Vessel (FRV) 7417 for the Ango- lan Ministry of Fisheries. The vessel’s sponsor was Dra. Isabel Cristóvão, di- rector of Gabinete de Estudos, Planea- mento e Estatística. The FRV 7417 is suited to various

  • MN Nov-17#97  contract for three of 
Robert Allan Ltd.’s BRAvo 2500 Pollution)
    November 2017 - Marine News page: 97

    knots. BRAvo 2500 Pollution Response Vessel Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WC- MRC) has awarded a construction contract for three of Robert Allan Ltd.’s BRAvo 2500 Pollution Response Vessels designed to protect Canada’s West Coast. With WCMRC’s aim to increase their offshore spill response capability

  • MR Oct-17#71  expanded to include; marine lan-
terns, high-precision)
    October 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 71

    , but eventually started to rapidly expand its product and service offering, and today its range of navigation aids has expanded to include; marine lan- terns, high-precision sector lights, lead- ing lights, bridge lighting, rotationally- molded buoy products, power-systems, and products to provide

  • MR Aug-17#56  anything energy-centric would lan-
                     )
    August 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    vs. Export Tment of energy in and out While the general assumption may be dominates the port’s history and future. that anything energy-centric would lan- Inbound Outbound John P. LaRue, Executive Director, Port guish today given the three-plus

  • MN Jun-17#42  and American Patriot Holdings Plan New Container Port-Vessel)
    June 2017 - Marine News page: 42

    PROMISES PUBLIC-PRIVATE PROJECT PROMISES TO REVIVE AMERICA’S MARINE HIGHWAYTO REVIVE AMERICA’S MARINE HIGHWAY Plaquemines and American Patriot Holdings Plan New Container Port-Vessel System. By Tom Ewing lans are underway for a new 4200-acre intermodal con- will be facile – assist tugs will not be needed