Rugged Computer

The Duramond compact, fanless marine computer meets the requirements of IEC 60945 and is ABS Type Approved. It is designed for high-performance, low power processing, using an Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile CPU with speeds up to 2.2GHz.     It features multiple I/O ports, 2 PCI expansion slots, solid state flash storage and 110/220VAC or 24VDC input power options. With no moving peripherals, the DuraMobile Type Approved marine computer is developed for applications such as AIS, ECDIS navigation and ship systems monitoring.     (read more)
2009-08-18 03:42:37

Sea Vision

For most of my naval career, senior colleagues bemoaned the curse of sea blindness, a perception that increased in volume around the time of government reviews of defence and the inevitable scrutiny of naval budgets and resources. We thought ourselves to be ‘out of sight, out of mind’, with few of the general public aware of or caring about the value of our service and our contribution to the national well-being. And, indeed, it was challenging to build a picture of what was happening in our vicinity; using radars, helicopters and good old binoculars we would persistently monitor fishing vessels... (read more)
2017-01-26 01:46:09

Rugged Marine Computer

Built to perform in the harsh conditions at sea, MarineNav's Leviathan 13 marine computer system is a cost-effective solution for managing navigation software, vessel monitoring, charts, music and video. The LEV 13 can be customised to meet the user’s requirements. Available in either a rack-mount case or a compact surface-mount design, Leviathan computer systems feature the latest multi-layer vibration dampening and anti-shock technology. (read more)
2015-06-18 02:58:29

ECDIS Computer-based Training

Transas Marine has launched its ECDIS Computer-based Training course certified by Germanischer Lloyd. With ECDIS becoming a significant part of maritime navigation, it is vital that crew has appropriate knowledge in the use of navigational equipment and charts. Transas ECDIS CBT is based on IMO Model Course 1.27 considering the requirements for ECDIS training in accordance with the Manila Amendments of STCW.  The course provides knowledge and skills necessary to utilise all-important ECDIS features. Completing the course gives an understanding of both the benefits and limitations of ECDIS, together with an understanding of how it can be used for navigation,... (read more)
2010-12-01 10:32:22

Computer Vision-based Detection of Fish from Acoustic Backscatter Time Series

ASL Environmental Sciences has announced the awarding of a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Engage Grant for the development of new automated or semi-automated analysis tools for Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP) data with the University of Victoria and ASL. This collaboration will be led by Dr Alexandra Branzan Albu's research group from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Victoria along with ASL acoustic and remote sensing specialists. Additionally, AZFP data will be provided by Dr Stéphane Gauthier of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, who will also bring expertise in the areas... (read more)
2019-02-19 10:01:51

SeaZone – a Shared Vision

The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and Metoc plc are delighted to announce the formation of SeaZone Solutions Limited. SeaZone is a joint venture between Metoc and Admiralty Holdings Limited (AHL) - a company wholly owned by the Secretary of State for Defence and operated on his behalf by the UKHO. SeaZone will deliver UKHO Hydrospatial and other UK and overseas agencies’ data to the worldwide Geographical Information (GI) market. In addition, SeaZone will provide enabling tools, consultancy and training services to support the use of coastal and offshore environmental data in Geographical Information Systems (GIS), CAD and other systems. The... (read more)
2004-07-15 12:00:00

UKHO's Digital Future Vision

UK Hydrographic Office Chief Executive Mike Robinson has outlined a digital future for his organisation by reaffirming the UKHO's intention to launch a new global vector chart service next year. He also highlighted that the UKHO is determined to remain a commercial success in this digital future.   Speaking at the Institute of Marine Engineering Science & Technology (IMarEST) President's Day Forum on 16th October 2007 in London, Mr. Robinson said the world of marine navigation was changing from paper based to digital products.   Mr. Robinson said UKHO are about to start trials of a new global vector service... (read more)
2007-11-07 10:01:18

Aqua Vision Representatives Network

Due to the increase in demand for data acquisition and presentation software, Aqua Vision is in the process of establishing a worldwide representative network. In the last couple of months, contracts were signed with leading suppliers in the Hydrograph and Oceanographic community.       In 2003, Aqua Vision BV released the Plume Detection toolbox as part of their ViSea software product line. This sophisticated, real-time software package is built around the ADCP from Teledyne RD Instruments and calculates suspended solids (mg/l) based on a combination of complementary measuring techniques. The package is especially designed to monitor dredge activities and... (read more)
2008-12-05 10:05:48

Valeport Vision for Success

As UK manufacturer of oceanographic and hydrometric instrumentation, Valeport has come a long way since its humble beginnings in Dartmouth, Devon (UK) some 38 years ago. Innovation and quality has always kept the company one step ahead. Originally established by Jim Stevens in 1969, Valeport’s first product was a simple impeller-type device called the ‘Braystoke Flow Meter’, used in the feasibility study for the Thames Barrier project in London. Building on the popularity of that first product, a range of flow meters and accessories quickly followed. When Oceonics purchased Valeport as a strategic acquisition prior to its flotation in 1981... (read more)
2007-07-13 12:00:00

B&G Wireless Remote Vision

Brookes & Gatehouse (B&G) have launched their wireless B&G Remote Vision. RemoteVision is smaller than a palm PC and features a full LCD graphical screen and simple 4-button control. It utilises wireless technology to instantly send and receive signals from B&G's h2000 Hercules and Hydra pilots and instruments. All readings from the instruments can be viewed on the RemoteVision anywhere on a vessel. In addition to receiving all possible data, RemoteVision can be used to change parameters and data viewed on the instruments at the helm and other positions. This approach allows experienced skippers to be sure that crew are... (read more)
2004-07-23 12:00:00
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