Satellite Tv

  • KVH Industries, Inc. introduced the TracVision TV8 maritime satellite TV antenna system. TracVision TV8 is designed to provide the tracking, reception and extended coverage area needed for yachts and merchant vessels calling on ports around the world. It is compatible with nearly all Ku-band services around the globe, and it also supports such services as DIRECTV, DISH Network and DISH HD, and Bell TV in North America, and TrueVisions, Astro, and Sky TV in the Asia-Pacific region.
    The 81 cm (32 in.) diameter TracVision TV8 enables yacht owners to enjoy satellite TV programming while on the water; the system also makes it possible for commercial maritime operators to ensure their crew has access to the recreational entertainment services that are now recommended by international regulations such as the Maritime Labor Convention (MLC) 2006.
    Features of the new system include the streamlined IP-enabled TV-Hub delivering easy setup and operation. For advanced functionality and performance, the TracVision TV8 includes single coaxial cable for power, data and video for easy installations and retrofits; high-performance tracking for crystal-clear television picture in heavy seas; IP-enabled antenna control unit with Ethernet connection and built-in Wi-Fi interface for access to system information from any Wi-Fi device; advanced inertial-based stabilized search for fast satellite acquisition; exclusive RingFire antenna technology for stronger signals, wider geographic coverage and better reception; DVB-S2 technology for compatibility with current and future Ku-band satellites; and IP AutoSwitch option for multiple receiver installations enabling simple automatic satellite switching on DISH Pro and DiSEqC compatible services.
    www.kvh.com

     

    (As published in the May 2015 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeReporter)
     

  • services they rely on in their homes and offices.   The Case: KVH Industries, Inc., is an innovator and provider of broadband connectivity and satellite TV antenna systems for vessels around the world. KVH has manufactured more than 190,000 mobile satellite antennas, and its mini-VSAT Broadband service

  • . There is a surround sound theater system for each deck with large plasmascreen TV monitors connected to 13 cameras throughout the vessel and a satellite TV dish to monitor machinery, passengers and whale watching activity. This equipment will facilitate the onboard naturalist with nature viewing to

  • broadband effectiveness in serving the needs of seafarers. Tom Mulligan reports. Based in Middletown, RI, KVH Industries is a provider of in-motion satellite TV and communications systems, designing, manufacturing, and supplying mobile satellite antennas for applications on vessels, vehicles, and aircraft

  • . “Today we have a full library that we made ourselves; I have a full gym, we have a media and movie room; we have email that we run daily, we get satellite TV and satellite radio on the coasts.”   But while the comfort level on board has improved dramatically, Bernhard senses a loss of camaraderie along

  • access as fast as 1 Mbps (ship to shore) and 2 Mbps (shore to ship). Cost: Harvey Gulf is putting KVH VSAT (TracPhone V7-IP or V11-IP) plus KVH satellite TV (TracVision M5) on all of its vessels. Having acquired as many as 50 vessels in the past year, every vessel in the fleet, including several highly

  • The Ninth Annual Satellite Communications Symposium will be held November 7-9, 1983, at the Hyatt Regency-Atlanta Hotel located in the Peachtree Center complex in downtown Atlanta, Ga. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc., sponsors the annual symposium as a service to communications managers and technical

  • decks are equipped with business travel amenities such as restaurants. bars, two movie theatres, and a variety of seating arrangements as well as satellite TV and Internet access. Market Opportunities According to a survey conducted by the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center in Cambridge,

  • (IES), including sales and service of marine communications and navigation equipment, installation and maintenance of surveillance systems and satellite communications systems, and video tape duplicating services for business using audiovisuals for training and communication. Prior to the appointment

  • —Literature Available Regency Electronics, Inc., Indianapolis, Ind., recently announced the Polaris TVS-100/TVS-AMP marine television FM stereo antenna and amplifier. The Polaris TVS-100 is a compact outdoor marine antenna that receives UHF-VHF television and FM radio receptions. It features a

  • extinguishers; pre-engineered systems; and large-scale, custom-engineered systems for major applications such as refineries, pipelines, tankers, satellite tracking stations, and energy storage facilities. Kidde also supplies the full spectrum of modern fire-fighting agents in the systems, including

  • , Calif., for the use of compression data modem equipment; • Sea Tel of Martinez, Calif., for the use of the receive-only TVRO antenna; • Shipboard Satellite Network of Northvale, N.J., for the programming skills and materials; • International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) for the use

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    on the do- The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) (Sandy) Thomson has been award- mestic waterfront impacted many ed the global transportation sector’s Satellite Division presented Dr. San- aspects of the nation’s maritime tiago Perea Diaz with its Bradford W. most distinguished accolade, the El- industry

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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS The percentage of savings achieved cess satellite communications when theless, says Wahid, “We are unique is determined by several factors. First, needed and limits the ongoing charge and we believe superior. Our software this might depend on the amount of to an access fee.

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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS “If the Agile 4Marine does not f nd any other connection than satellite, only then will it select satellite. But, if a cellular connection is found, it will re- evaluate and switch over from satellite back to cellular.” – Sheryar Wahid, Agile’s Co-Founder and Chief Technical

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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS costs and keep a vessel or ? eet in touch without a hitch. over from satellite back to cellular.” Agile Marine touts a system that facilitates built-in Initially, Agile identi? ed the yacht space ? rst as a natural GPS and seamless “smart routing” between cellular and progression

  • MN Nov-19#30  the same time, the cost of satellite connections still (argu-
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    The standard cellular connection won’t cut it any longer. remote monitoring systems that watch over even the most At the same time, the cost of satellite connections still (argu- obscure minutia on board far ? ung 1,000 foot ocean lin- ably) remains out of reach for many operators; especially the ers

  • MN Nov-19#2  communications and reduced satellite costs.  
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    ocean systems is the munity to address energy challenges only realistic approach; they comple- of sustained ocean observing systems. ment surface satellite observations and The innovation discussions con- provide a critical third dimension over tinued over the course of the day. the global ocean.

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    of marine cybernetics to heading and speed in a busy seaway. foster a new UAV industry or launch So, while preserving Norway’s ship- the ? rst mini-satellites (like the ? rst ping and petro-strength is at the heart launches by NTNU’s AMOS UAV of so much R&D in Norway, SINTEF lab, akin to the 60 mini

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    the data for later analysis. The system EOMAP Wins Funding for analytics, which EOMAP patented can be ? tted with a 25cm2 T-bar, Next-Gen Satellite-Derived for SDB in 2017, will signi? cantly 50cm2 T-bar, or 50cm2 Ball, depend- Bathymetry EOMAP has been awarded by the improve the accuracy

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    Volvo D6 330hp diesel inboards Garmin/NMEA electronics package supplemented with a paired with Aquamatic outdrives and Volvo hydraulic pow- Furuno SC70 satellite compass. During Nanuq’s maiden er steering. An aft deck second station and Side Power 8” 11-day voyage, the boat performed beyond the scientists’

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munication infrastructure (satellite or terrestrial wireless))
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    INLAND NAVIGATION & ELECTRONICS nnect box outputs the data to the vessel’s existing com- VDRs serve a very important role in safety at sea – just munication infrastructure (satellite or terrestrial wireless) like the

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  • MR Sep-19#43  the vessel and available satellites, which 
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