Wireless Telecommunications Protocols

  • Kongsberg Maritime added an Ethernet control interface and a new graphical user interface to its high resolution digital stills camera the OE14-408. The OE14-408 with its 1/1.7-in. CCD sensor, 5x optical zoom and achromatic doublet lens has the ability to capture stills images up to a 10 megapixel resolution while correcting for chromatic aberration, Kongsberg said. With the addition of an Ethernet interface the operator has the ability to control all camera functions remotely. Captured images, in either RAW or JPEG format, can be stored to the camera’s 16GB internal memory or downloaded as soon as they are taken through the 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.
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    (As published in the September 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

  • , the $49-million Sir Eric Sharp, was recently launched at Swan Hunter's Wallsend Yard, only 14 months after the order was placed by Cable and Wireless (Marine) Ltd. (CWM). Designed on computer, with the construction aligned by laser, the 377-foot-long Sir Eric Sharp is one of the most technologically

  • to preserve revenue and gain a competitive edge. MariTEL has started to solve these brown water challenges with the recent launch of its new Marine Wireless VHF Radiotelephone Network in the Gulf of Mexico and lower Mississippi River. The June 2001 launch is the first in the company's $300 million

  • while underway or stored on the back of the National Security Cutter fleet, the most important benchmark turn out to be the intallation of an effective wireless communication system that could enable effective crew-to-crew comms. The focus of the boat is accessibility and freedom of movement – therefore it

  • conjunction with Inmarsat, Stratos and Thrane & Thrane, and is designed to avoid onboard administration as well as easy installation. Globe Wireless offers a similar system, a system it says provides sailors with the benefits of e-mail with no cost to the vessel. GlobeCrew allows crew member

  • http://www.wfs-tech.com CEO/President: Brendan Hyland Number of Employees: 20 Annual Sales: $3,900,000.00 WFS is a leader in the delivery of subsea wireless instrumentation and control solutions to the Offshore Oil & Gas and Renewables industries worldwide. The company employs 20 staff, mainly in the Edinburgh

  • WFS Technologies launched Seatooth Video, the new edition of its subsea wireless video camera. Seatooth Video is an upgraded version of WFS’ previous Viewtooth product enhanced with the latest Seatooth S300 technology. The new subsea wireless video camera exceeds the underwater wireless video streaming

  • Better communication and hearing protection in the maritime environment through wireless headsets. Clear communication is essential for a safe, effective and productive workplace. Too often, however, excessive levels of background noise make communication difficult. An estimated 22 million Americans are

  • Multi-beam sonar manufacturer WASSP Ltd . debuts its latest system – now for super yacht applications. WASSP-Wireless has been designed to address one of super yacht captains biggest concerns; underwater obstacle avoidance. Ideally suited to use when navigating in unknown waters or where marine charts lack

  • of it latest Fleet F55 terminal because of the extremes it operates in. Replacing a mini-M that was already onboard, the Fleet F55 has enabled a wireless LAN (Local Area Network) to be set up on board the ves- sel. This means that a variety of laptops and VoIP (voice over internet protocol) phones

  • Utility, functionality, and safety all come together in David Clark’s wireless headset communication systems. For the soon-to-come North American Offshore Wind boom, there are lessons to be learned here, from across the great pond. When Mantsbrite became the sole U.K. distributor of the David Clark Marine

  • Reducing reservoir and well uncertainty via wireless intervention is one large step toward the “wireless reservoir” Not knowing how connected or compartmentalized a reservoir is when evaluating appraisal or development drilling is a major concern. So, too, is well integrity. Having a better understanding

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    Road, Castle Hill 2154 , Aussie Pumps, 7 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill 2154 , The Shearer Group, Inc, 3118 Harrisburg Blvd., Suite David Clark Company (Wireless Headset Australia , tel:+61 (2) 88653500, Australia , tel:+61 (2) 88653500, 100, Houston, TX , USA , tel:(281) 532-2080, Communication Systems)

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    I INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE Dennis L. Bryant Dennis Bryant is with Bryant’s Maritime Consulting, and a regular contributor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News as well as online at MaritimeLogisticsProfessional.com. dennis.l.bryant@gmail.com The Internet of Maritime Things he Internet of Maritime

  • MN Nov-19#100 PRODUCTS
HOLDFAST – Engineered with 
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    PRODUCTS HOLDFAST – Engineered with One Key Goal in Mind: Grip Holdfast utilizes HMPE and nylon ? ber to deliver a lightweight, high- strength, ? oating line that will grip on H-bitts and capstans much bet- ter than traditional 100% HMPE lines. Holdfast is coated with TEUFELBERGER’s proprietary

  • MN Nov-19#78 TECHNOLOGY
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 78

    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

  • MP Q3-19#45 MARINER WELFARE
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    MARINER WELFARE Member and this can brings signifcant challenges. For exam- are not allowed under any circumstances. ple, she says, “Not all the seafarers hold suffcient funds for a AP Companies’ global network of medical providers (hospi- reliable facility. And not all the seafarers are keen to get

  • MP Q3-19#42 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
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    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 42

    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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    C i s n e r o Think cybersecurity doesn’t apply to the s maritime industry? Think again. tries, cybersecurity in the maritime industry has not been taken ple, threat identifcation should seriously enough, and it has been within the scope of regulators include activists, disgruntled and industry stakehold

  • MT Oct-19#46  to shore through the three wireless links  to support the)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 46

    from the YSI sonde was logged on the ASV and simul- • Power and Speed: The SeaTrac ASV had plenty of power taneously sent back to shore through the three wireless links to support the sensor in this application, and the 3.25 kts of available: line of sight RF, cellular and Iridium, and saved to cruise was

  • MT Oct-19#41 By Edward Lundquist
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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 41

    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

  • MR Oct-19#74 ., Suite 
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    Road, Castle Hill 2154 , Aussie Pumps, 7 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill 2154 , The Shearer Group, Inc, 3118 Harrisburg Blvd., Suite David Clark Company (Wireless Headset Australia , tel:+61 (2) 88653500, Australia , tel:+61 (2) 88653500, 100, Houston, TX , USA , tel:(281) 532-2080, Communication Systems)

  • MR Oct-19#64  vessel which is  via a direct wireless PC-based user interface)
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    all onboard systems are commanded vessels that use LNG as a fuel source and also ship-to- to debut a new 29-ft. autonomous vessel which is via a direct wireless PC-based user interface. An in- shore transfers to small scale marine distribution infra- now being offered through Metal Shark’s “Shark- dustrialized

  • MN Sep-19#42 OFFSHORE WIND
territory. It appears there are no vessels)
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    OFFSHORE WIND territory. It appears there are no vessels in the U.S. ship- er’s VP of Operations. He was asked about plans for vessels yard construction queue, either. and equipment. Ideas include bringing in a heavy lift vessel There are vessels available on the world market, but the through the St.

  • MN Oct-19#39  (satellite or terrestrial wireless)  like the)
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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

  • MN Oct-19#14 . We started with developing wireless remote con-
trol, fumbled)
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    system. We bought a 25’ steel twin-screw azi- muth German tug and opened a shop in Boston Harbor Michael G. Johnson Shipyard. We started with developing wireless remote con- trol, fumbled with various types of low-level automation systems until we settled on Siemens PLCs. After trying vari- President & CEO

  • MN Mar-19#58  continuously monitors all 
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    to rap- idly attach to and secure a vessel at berth, AutoMoor reduces vessel mo- Dockmate’s Next-Generation tions and continuously monitors all Wireless Docking System Harrington Hoists’ Standard mooring loads acting on the vessel Duty Spreader Beam Dockmate allows boaters to eas- at

  • MN Mar-19#47 REGULATORY REVIEW
iner and his/her employer under scrutiny.)
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    REGULATORY REVIEW iner and his/her employer under scrutiny. For example, the like in 5 or 10 years. One thing will likely remain the same. Coast Guard not only regulates the marine industry. It also The process that’s been in place for over 25 years – the regulates the chemical testing industry – the

  • MN Mar-19#22 . 
the Port of Pittsburgh’s ‘wireless waterway.’ While that)
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    of schedule and Yours is a PA-based frm, and you are familiar with $330 million under the post-authorization change budget. the Port of Pittsburgh’s ‘wireless waterway.’ While that Benefts of $600 million/year were also realized four years didn’t work out as well as had been hoped, what’s the earlier

  • MR Sep-19#58 ., Suite 
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    Road, Castle Hill 2154 , Aussie Pumps, 7 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill 2154 , The Shearer Group, Inc, 3118 Harrisburg Blvd., Suite David Clark Company (Wireless Headset Australia , tel:+61 (2) 88653500, Australia , tel:+61 (2) 88653500, 100, Houston, TX , USA , tel:(281) 532-2080, Communication Systems)

  • MR Sep-19#11 I
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    I INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE the EPA and in coordination with the tions from the Coast Guard on this issue and the public. international consistency. Hopefully, Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force, is must be shared with all of the accepted The changes to the US ballast water the Coast Guard can

  • MR Sep-19#10 I
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    I INSIGHTS: GOVERNMENT UPDATE Dennis L. Bryant Dennis Bryant is with Bryant’s Maritime Consulting, and a regular contributor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News as well as online at MaritimeLogisticsProfessional.com. dennis.l.bryant@gmail.com USCG VIDA Policy Proposal n 31 July, the US Coast od

  • MT Jul-19#70  customized 
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    on-the water operations. of anodized aluminium and an ROV power tether. Optional Virtual Marine’s lifeboat simulators can be customized upgrades include wireless broadcasting in which the opera- to represent any model of lifeboat and include emergency tor can enable screen-sharing with other operatives and

  • MT Jul-19#67 tion across sectors to connect local and international)
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    tion across sectors to connect local and international com- Applied research and new marine tech The Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial Univer- panies in the ocean industry, its ? ve main areas of operation sity of Newfoundland, (the Marine Institute) in St John’s, being marine transportation

  • MT Jul-19#59  Video  Hydromea also offers wireless opti-
water-based environments)
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    a unique 3D quickly without special tools. ft for purpose cables for underwater or Subsea Survey Technology called Video Hydromea also offers wireless opti- water-based environments. Its technical cal nodes for through-water high-speed team can deal with increased workload, wireless communication

  • MT Jul-19#58 , 
cence & turbidity sensors  wireless connectivity, aug-
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    powerful and better equipped for extended periods of time. Providing multiple ? uores- ROV with auto-stabilization, cence & turbidity sensors wireless connectivity, aug- Deep Trekker for long term deployments mented recording capabilities enables studies of HABs, and 4K Ultra HD video resolution