Network Protocols

  • EvoLogics extended its ranges of underwater acoustic modems (S2CR series) and combined positioning and communication devices (S2CR USBL series), with new products - the S2CR 42/65 and S2CR 42/65 USBL, high-speed devices with hemispherical beam patterns for transmissions in vertical, slant and horizontal channels. Both devices rely on the EvoLogics patented S2C (Sweep-Spread Carrier) broadband communication technology.
    • The SiNAPS (S2C intelligent Navigation and Positioning Software) was designed to control the EvoLogics USBL (ultrashort baseline) underwater positioning systems and provides display features for tracking of multiple targets, supports interfacing with external instruments and offers advanced data management tools. After releasing the SiNAPS software in 2012, EvoLogics updated it to a newer version in March 2013.
    • The S2C acoustic modem emulator is EvoLogics’ new tool for underwater network protocol developers and end-users of EvoLogics devices. A network of virtual underwater acoustic modems, configured and run on EvoLogics server, can be accessed remotely and provides framework for development and end-user training.
    • The underwater acoustic modem emulator extends the EvoLogics developer solutions range that already includes the WiSE (White Line Science Edition) line of underwater acoustic modems with an embedded network protocol development platform, providing a flexible framework for designing new network protocols on real hardware.
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  • maritime industry is particularly susceptible to cyber attack. Ships transfer millions of dollars of cargo and often utilize antiquated communications and network hardware. The frequent rotation of ships’ crews also magnifies the risk of an insider providing malicious access to the network for financial gain

  • instrumentation for underwater measurements of Hydro Acoustic, Electro-Optical, Electro-Chemical, Pressure, Temperature, Meteorological data in observing networks and self-contained instrumentation. At the core of the system is the CANBus based AiCaP protocol, which enables self-detection of connected sensors

  • for underwater and atmospheric measurements of Hydro Acoustic, Electro-Optical, Electro-Chemical, Pressure, Temperature, Meteorological data in observing networks and self-contained instrumentation. At the core of the system is the CANBus based AiCaP protocol, which enables self-detection of connected sensors

  • Evaluation Facility in Hundested, Denmark and shipboard testing was completed on board the Training Ship Golden Bear (TSGB) – both are now part of DNV’s network of subcontractors approved by the USCG for testing BWT systems. Tested and approved to the lowest UV transmittance value (poor water quality) in

  • ." The upgrade program for NMEA 0183 is aimed at expanding the format so that multiple pieces of equipment can be tied together in a local area network (LAN). Currently the NMEA 0183 Standard only permits data to be sent from one "talker" to multiple "listeners." The new format will allow interrogation

  • for hosting up to 256 fire detection devices on all Commercial and Recreational Marine applications.  These control panels can also be expanded and networked to become part of larger systems.  Elite RSM Control Panels are simple and easy to understand for installers, commissioning personnel and vessel

  • 10/100 Base-T connection. The camera supports both static and DHCP address protocols. Images can also be transferred by USB or over an ad-hoc wireless network. www.km.kongsberg.com   (As published in the September 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine

  • The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has forwarded to its field surveyors worldwide survey instructions relating to the enforcement provisions of the 1978 Protocol to the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). Copies of these instructions also have been given to

  • On 31 July, the US Coast Guard published a notice in the Federal Register stating that it is seeking comments on a draft policy letter that, if adopted, would establish the Coast Guard’s policy for acceptance of type-approval testing protocols for ballast water management systems (BWMSs) that render

  • drug dealers hacked the Port of Antwerp IT system to arrange pickups of drugs hidden in shipping containers.Agreeing to connect to an unknown network can also result in the unwitting downloading of malware.  Once that malware is on a device with access to another network, such as that of a shipping

  • that should concern cyber-conscious shipowners and operators:  Operational control systems and technology; Information technology and the networking that connects everything (such as public Internet or private intranets); and  Human processes (this is the area most frequently neglected)

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    . them as a ‘hard-to-reach’ population covers a number of different subjects, can result in huge costs that involve the AP Companies’ global network of group. And, the vulnerability of these but it is not that detailed in terms of deviation or delay of the vessel. medical providers (hospitals

  • MR Nov-19#74  Wärtsilä’s global service network. The main 
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    in co- Elektra will be a hybrid canal push boat powered with nozzle (200 kW each) and a Schottel steering operation with Wärtsilä’s global service network. The main by a combination of fuel cells, batteries and an elec- and control system. A minimum service speed of target sectors include tankers,

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    TECHNOLOGY “... there are still maritime companies out there still working within a traditional framework of manual processes which are becoming less relevant, practicable and competitive with every passing day. As the industry moves inexorably towards integration and automation in everything from supply

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    ecosystems in the world, but it Custard the Alaska Maritime Prevention and is also experiencing increasing military, maritime industry, Response Network, we’ve seen these and other commercial activity. Recent changes in climate evolving changes ? rst-hand as we assist vessel owners with have focused

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    Development Director at AP Companies Care Arranged by Trusted Contract Provider Arranging Care ‘in house’ or via Local Agent Extensive medical provider network in Port of call Expensive treatment Original invoice from provider attached to every claim No control over utilization Accumulating volume of cases

  • MP Q3-19#45  for a  AP Companies’ global network of medical providers)
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  • MP Q3-19#42 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
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    ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW “We’re like a giant test bed. We’re very concerned about impacts on customers, but we need to continue to clear the air. We’ve met goals in the past and costs started high. But they’ve dropped and we see that (decline) continuing as we keep working at it.” – Matt Arms, Acting

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    Management Systems launching a Denial of Service (DoS) type of attack fooding its (ISM Code), no later than the frst annual verifcation of the com- networks with bogus data. pany’s Document of Compliance after January 1, 2021. It should Also, an important relationship is between the ship owner or be

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  • MT Oct-19#41 By Edward Lundquist
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    By Edward Lundquist NATO’s 3,100-ton, 305-foot research vessel NRV Alliance has been a lead- ing platform for underwater acoustics research to the bene? t of NATO navies. The ship operated with a civilian crew under the German ? ag for many years for the NATO SACLANT Center, later re- named the NATO

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    Breaking ambassadors to answer questions and sectors to evolve sensors and platforms, Waves, Breaking Barriers. This event inspire discussion during a networking better integrate observations, revolu- was sponsored by Schmidt Marine reception. tionize information products about the Technology Partners

  • MT Oct-19#35  Ocean- Technologies and Networks, connect 
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    Lewis at OceanObs’19. lenges of ocean observing systems and Information Systems and Observing led to concrete actions. Notably Ocean- Technologies and Networks, connect Obs’99 emphasized the need to invest and integrate across the themes. The in an international Argo autonomous end result was a program