Plug And Play

  • Oceanic Imaging Consultants, Inc. (OIC), of Honolulu, Hawaii, introduced the first Stand-Alone Mosaicking Module (SAMM) for forward-look sonar (FLS). SAMM is a plug-and-play add-on to forward look sonar systems that automatically creates mosaics in real time from FLS data. SAMM’s Data Acquisition Features Include: stand-alone module, seamlessly compatible with an existing FLS system; simultaneous mosaicking and logging of broadcast data; interactive control of track layering, processing and sensor offsets; background display of air photos, satellite imagery, raster and vector charts; and Pan, zoom, target marking and vessel track.
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    (As published in the November/December 2013 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - www.seadiscovery.com)

  • valuable shipboard data and eliminates in-port delays for repairs,” said Hans Ottosen, Danelec CEO. Danelec designed the VDR data acquisition unit for easy plug-and-play replacement, with all system programming and configurations stored on a hot-swappable memory card.   www.danelec-marine.com (As published

  • Full type approval has been granted to the new generation ‘plug and play’ L01 control lever, opening the way for widespread uptake of the integrated electronic shaft system technology Norwegian supplier Lilaas believes will change the ship control sector. The all-electric L01 has secured type approval from

  • by advantage in the construction, delivery prides itself on and installation of prefabricated cabins for cruise ships. Bringing the saying "plug and play" to an entirely new level, the company coordinates nearly 150 subcontractors to design, build and deliver on-time, on-budget - up to 6,000 complete

  • keyboard to the limited space available in ships bridges today. The X- Pack DS not only promises to spare precious space once installed, its plug and play design ensures that installation times are kept down to a minimum. The X- Pack DS interfaces with existing NMEA compatible equipment and sensors

  • of equipment and systems, from both a payload and cost stance, so testing currently being carried out focuses on, for lack of a better term, "plug and play" capabilities of smaller, faster ships into a network, operating on a squadron concept. While the technology inherent in providing a vessel

  • deployment and handling requirements, make the LUXUS Dropplate an extremely flexible and cost effective solution. The LUXUS Dropplate can be supplied as a plug-and-play solution complete with cameras, lights, controller, cable and winch system. www.macartney.com   (As published in the June 2014 edition

  • data has been used within numerous military & security exercises, surveys and operations. SeeTrack CoPilot is the world’s most advanced, easy-to-use, plug-and play software that makes piloting any ROV a much simpler task. Through a straightforward and intuitive point and click interface, SeeTrack CoPilot

  • sensor data has been used within numerous military & security exercises, surveys and operations. SeeTrack CoPilot is the world’s most advanced, easy-to-use, plug-and play software that makes piloting any ROV a much simpler task. Through a straightforward and intuitive point and click interface, SeeTrack CoPilot

  • . The Nera F55 features voice communication and high quality ISDN connections through a compact unit with low power consumption. It is designed as a plug-and-play solution, tailored to the communication needs of medium-sized vessels. Nera F55 employs the latest Inmarsat Fleet satellite platform with

  • systems, metal thickness gauges, cathodic protection, water quality and radiation measuring devices, and many other underwater tools and sensors. The ROVs’ plug-and-play technology allows users to quickly attach sensors and accessories in the field.   VideoRay’s new Mission Specialist Series features modular

  • solutions. The marine electronics community has used this trend to steadily build complete bridge systems which are increasingly integrated "plug and play" units. A high level of corporate consolidations has significantly aided this trend. An example of complete integration is the Integrated Nautical

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  • MR Nov-19#27 Equinor has earmarked around 15 to 20% of its total annual)
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    Equinor has earmarked around 15 to 20% of its total annual investment for the development of new energy solution until 2030. Much of these resources are pegged for innovative projects, such as deepwater offshore wind energy farms, placed on barges. geted at clean energy projects. Present- ly, Equinor has

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    Increasingly, European vessel operators are adopting practices throughout the maritime sector, advanced cost-effective advanced monitoring systems that plug di- monitoring has seen limited uptake in the U.S. by rectly into on-board sensors and equipment, providing the D operators of smaller vessels such

  • MN Nov-19#22 COLUMN OP/ED
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  • MP Q3-19#29 companies to demonstrate more commitment to training)
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  • MP Q3-19#22 INSIGHTS
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  • MT Oct-19#10 Offshore Energy & Politics
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    Offshore Energy & Politics Democrats & Energy A Closer Look As the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 heats up, MTR political insider Tom Ewing takes a closer look at each of the 10 remaining candidates and their stance on the advent and future of Offshore Wind Energy. By Tom

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