• INAUGURATION OF NEW AFM MARITIME HARDWARE

    This upgrade is intended to improve the surveillance capabilities of Protector Class Patrol Boats P51 and P52 during routine maritime law enforcement operations, particularly their capability to intercept and investigate boats and vessels crossing the Mediterranean Sea under the responsibility of the Armed Forces of Malta. The project consisted in the procurement of the following equipment : i. Two (2) Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIBs) - one for each Patrol Boat including a spare parts package ii. Two (2) Electro-optical/infra red (EO/IR) cameras - one for each Patrol Boat iii. Three (3) multiband radios (one for each RHIB and one spare). The sum required for this project was that of 1.7 million 80 % of which was financed by the European Union's External Border Fund and the remaining ...

    published: 25 Jul 2013
  • Marine Caulking~ Which One Do I Use?

    www.boatworkstoday.com There are a lot of different caulks that you can use on your boat, however using the right one can make the difference between your efforts paying off, or just getting pi$$ed off :-) This episode goes over the types of caulking I use most often, where I use them, and why.

    published: 26 Jun 2012
  • African Maritime Services pt.2

    About Us AFRICAN MARITIME SERVICES (AMS) was established in South Africa in 1995 by partners Alf Wallace and Rob Whitehead. Originally mainly a trawl gear supplier to the Southern African deep sea fishing fleets, the company has expanded its range of services into the general lifting, marine and offshore industries as these have developed in the region during the last decade. The company now operates in two centers - namely Cape Town and Walvis Bay - with customers throughout the Southern African region as far north as Equatorial Guinea on the west coast and Kenya on the east coast of Africa as well as to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. Over the years strong alliances have been formed with some of the worlds leading manufacturers of lifting, marine and offshore equipment and...

    published: 15 Sep 2016
  • Meet our Experts: Lars Larsson – Maritime ICT Cloud

    With 30 years’ experience working in ICT with Ericsson, Lars Larsson brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to lead the team providing end-to-end solutions to the maritime industry. View Larsson’s full Meet our Experts profile, and discover more about what drives the men and women behind Maritime ICT Cloud.

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Arrival of P62- The new Flagship of the AFM's Maritime Squadron

    The AFM’s new flagship, the P62, was welcomed at Haywharf Base early this morning after a week-long voyage from the pork of Cork in Ireland. Over the past few weeks, AFM personnel prepared the largest AFM Offshore Patrol Vessel for its longest voyage so far under the Maltese flag to it new home port – Valletta. The 41 crew on board were enthusiastically welcomed this morning by family members and loved ones. The P62 will now assume its duties as an Offshore Patrol Vessel alleviating the P61 which now requires several maintenance procedures following years of exploitation. The P62 will address the intermediary exigencies required in the AFM’s Offshore operations with the current Offshore Patrol P61 and a new Offshore Patrol Vessel which is being purchased by the AFM. The vessel was comm...

    published: 28 Nov 2015
  • DEFCON 19: Build your own Synthetic Aperture Radar

    Speaker: Michael Scarito Radar is used extensively by the military, police, weather, air travel, and maritime industries - why not you? Come learn how to build a radar imaging system on the cheap! This talk will explain the basics of how radar works as well as how to measure range and velocity of your chosen targets. You will learn how to use synthetic aperture techniques to generate a two- or even three-dimensional image. The hardware and software design will be totally opened up so you can go home and build your own system. The talk will try to run through the basics pretty fast, so some knowledge of electronics or basic physics might help, but is not required! Regardless of your background, you will see the capabilities of a modern home-built radar system and hopefully get some ideas ...

    published: 29 Oct 2011
  • Skybrokers Maritime Internet Access Solutions

    Skybrokers (http://www.sky-brokers.com) can support their Maritime clients with their internet Access on Oil-rigs, Cruise Ships, Commercial Fishing vessels, Private Yachts and Transportation vessels with a cost-effective solution. We can offer full services including installation of the hardware on your ship anywhere in the world. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any inquiry for satellite related equipment. We provide new and used satellite equipment for the Maritime sector, Teleports, Satellite Providers, Telecom Operators, Broadcasters and SNG Operators etc. We can provide de- and re-installation services as well as relocation, maintenance and repair/refurbishment of your earth station antennas where ever you are located. Music: Illusions - Thomas Bergersen (rights owned by A...

    published: 30 Sep 2013
  • Companies show off military hardware in Singapore

    Companies show off military hardware in Singapore The companies that arm the world’s naval forces have been showing off their new military hardware in Singapore. Asia is expected to drive future demand for the latest maritime technology, accounting for nearly one-third of global defence budgets. Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Singapore. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 18 May 2017
  • THE 5 MOST LETHAL MARINE CORPS WEAPONS || WARTHOG 2017

    While the Marine Corps prides itself on being a strategically mobile medium-weight force, there are times when it needs the brute force of heavy armor. That brute force is provided by the General Dynamics M1A1 Abrams. The Abrams, and four others, round out a key list of the Marines most deadly weapons of war. The U.S. Marine Corps prides itself on being America’s 911 force—a fire brigade that the president can call upon to fight the nation’s battles in an emergency. Though the Marines have largely been treated as a de facto second land army over the past dozen years, the service is an integral component of the Department of the Navy and is primarily a maritime force. Therefore, the Marines—as a specialized amphibious force—argue that they need unique hardware to conduct their unique missi...

    published: 31 Jan 2017
  • How Singapore became a global military industry hub

    How Singapore became a global military industry hub Companies arming the world's navies have been displaying their latest technology in a major maritime defence show in Singapore. The Asia-Pacific region accounts for a third of global defence spending, and demand for new military hardware is likely to grow. Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports on how Singapore became a major hub for the global military industry. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 18 May 2017
  • TimeZero Coastal Monitoring: Radar Target Auto-Acquisition and Camera Tracking

    Visit our website for more information: http://www.coastalmonitoring.com/ TimeZero Coastal Monitoring is a full software-hardware solution for maritime surveillance. This video shows just one of the many powerful functions available: Radar target auto-acquisition and camera tracking. Watch how the software intelligently identifies a target that enters a surveillance zone, and triggers the camera to "lock on" the target and track its movements. Learn more about TimeZero Coastal Monitoring at www.coastalmonitoring.com

    published: 13 Apr 2015
  • Marine Cybernetics - 2013

    This is a profile film made for Marine Cybernetics. Its main focus is to explain their technology. Introduction of Marine Cybernetics Hardware-In-the-Loop(HIL) testing is used in most industries that depend on advanced control systems in safety critical operations. A small modification in the control system software on an offshore vessel or rig can have significant and detrimental effects like blackouts, drive-offs and drift-offs under critical conditions. HIL testing is a verification of the control system´s functions in a virtual (simulated) environment. This is generally performed before the control system is used in operations. HIL testing generally pays for itself before a vessel leaves the shipyard, by eliminating software problems in control systems and hence avoiding costly dow...

    published: 03 Jan 2013
  • OTEN Maritime Simulator

    OTEN Marine Bridge Simulator The OTEN marine bridge simulator will assist in equipping students with a higher level of competence than was previously possible in the technical and practical skills required for all levels in the maritime industry from Deck Hand to Ship's Captain on vessels of different shapes, sizes and classes. The training facility is able to simulate any port in the world and provides a "real time" experience on the helm and in a bridge environment for individuals and teams alike. The software provided with the facility recreates actual vessels, including their manoeuvring characteristics, in a range of virtual environments. These virtual environments are reconstructions of harbours and coastal areas with the full gamut of sea, visibility and weather conditions. The...

    published: 22 May 2012
  • Autonomous exploration by the use of lidar on a marine surface vessel

    As a part of a master’s thesis, a 2D-lidar (laser scanner) has been installed on a surface vessel CS-Saucer in one of the Laboratories at NTNU, with the purpose of performing autonomous exploration. The video demonstrates the resulting system and shows how the vessel successfully explores the basin, set up with hinders. The exploration is performed autonomously, and the system has no prior information about the environment it is exploring. During operations, the system can utilize the generated map, and plan path's to any location within it. The completion of the system involved the development of a suitable control system that merges exploration strategies, path planners, a motion controller, and a strategy for generating controller setpoints, and simultaneous localization and mapping...

    published: 13 May 2016
  • ESA Euronews: Maritime security

    The ongoing migrant crisis in the Mediterranean shows how indispensable satellite technology has become to those involved in saving lives at sea. But it's not just about search and rescue; space hardware plays a crucial role in all aspects of maritime security, including anti-terrorism, anti-piracy and anti-drugs operation, as well as environmental and fisheries protection and a host of miscellaneous missions. In this edition of Space Jeremy Wilks goes behind the scenes with the Italian coastguard to see how they use satellite technology everyday. He also visits the European Maritime Safety Agency in Lisbon to find out how the job of processing so much data from so many sources is done. This video is also available in the following languages: French https://youtu.be/eTABvBMVmMM German...

    published: 25 Sep 2015
  • Multi-Application Platform for Port Management and Maritime Traffic Operation

    GMV is a leading company in developing and implanting systems and solutions based on Communications and Information Technologies for the maritime sector. Shiplocus® covers the needs of harbor authorities and port operators in different areas and services. It enables ships to be managed in real time and improving port planning effectiveness. It also helps in the integration of intermodal transport, port facilities and operations management, the running of marinas and the monitoring and control of navigation aids. The offered solutions are ready to operate involving the whole project developing, from the analysis and design until its installation and put into operation, including proprietary hardware and software.

    published: 24 Feb 2015
INAUGURATION OF NEW AFM MARITIME HARDWARE

INAUGURATION OF NEW AFM MARITIME HARDWARE

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2013
  • views: 4433
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This upgrade is intended to improve the surveillance capabilities of Protector Class Patrol Boats P51 and P52 during routine maritime law enforcement operations, particularly their capability to intercept and investigate boats and vessels crossing the Mediterranean Sea under the responsibility of the Armed Forces of Malta. The project consisted in the procurement of the following equipment : i. Two (2) Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIBs) - one for each Patrol Boat including a spare parts package ii. Two (2) Electro-optical/infra red (EO/IR) cameras - one for each Patrol Boat iii. Three (3) multiband radios (one for each RHIB and one spare). The sum required for this project was that of 1.7 million 80 % of which was financed by the European Union's External Border Fund and the remaining 20 % was financed by the government of Malta.The Honourable minister Dr Manuel Mallia and the parliamentary secretary for the EU presidency and EU funds, Dr Ian Borg were toured around the new equipment at Maritime squadron.
https://wn.com/Inauguration_Of_New_Afm_Maritime_Hardware
Marine Caulking~ Which One Do I Use?

Marine Caulking~ Which One Do I Use?

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2012
  • views: 55316
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www.boatworkstoday.com There are a lot of different caulks that you can use on your boat, however using the right one can make the difference between your efforts paying off, or just getting pi$$ed off :-) This episode goes over the types of caulking I use most often, where I use them, and why.
https://wn.com/Marine_Caulking~_Which_One_Do_I_Use
African Maritime Services pt.2

African Maritime Services pt.2

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2016
  • views: 30
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About Us AFRICAN MARITIME SERVICES (AMS) was established in South Africa in 1995 by partners Alf Wallace and Rob Whitehead. Originally mainly a trawl gear supplier to the Southern African deep sea fishing fleets, the company has expanded its range of services into the general lifting, marine and offshore industries as these have developed in the region during the last decade. The company now operates in two centers - namely Cape Town and Walvis Bay - with customers throughout the Southern African region as far north as Equatorial Guinea on the west coast and Kenya on the east coast of Africa as well as to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. Over the years strong alliances have been formed with some of the worlds leading manufacturers of lifting, marine and offshore equipment and we are proud to associate ourselves with the following companies and products for which we act as exclusive stockists and distributors in the region: Recently we have concluded exclusive distribution agreements with the following internationally respected gear manufacturers: Crosby - chain & lifting components ScanRope Marine - advanced fibre ropes and Tonsberg mooring links These supply agreements are in addition to our existing arrangements with: the Lankhorst Euronete Group - netting, twines & ropes, Bridon - steel wire and fibre ropes, Markussens (The Blue Line) - blocks and general marine hardware, Gaylin International - specialized wire rope applications, Castro - floats, buoys and fenders. Additionally, our experienced staff are able to offer support for a range of services including: Hand & mechanical splicing of wire and fibre ropes, Socketing of wire rope terminations, Wire rope handling (spooling on and off winches), International sourcing of general marine equipment and supply into West, East and Southern Africa. "DEEP DOWN YOU CAN DEPEND ON US"
https://wn.com/African_Maritime_Services_Pt.2
Meet our Experts: Lars Larsson – Maritime ICT Cloud

Meet our Experts: Lars Larsson – Maritime ICT Cloud

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2015
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With 30 years’ experience working in ICT with Ericsson, Lars Larsson brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to lead the team providing end-to-end solutions to the maritime industry. View Larsson’s full Meet our Experts profile, and discover more about what drives the men and women behind Maritime ICT Cloud.
https://wn.com/Meet_Our_Experts_Lars_Larsson_–_Maritime_Ict_Cloud
Arrival of P62-  The new Flagship of the AFM's Maritime Squadron

Arrival of P62- The new Flagship of the AFM's Maritime Squadron

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2015
  • views: 3032
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The AFM’s new flagship, the P62, was welcomed at Haywharf Base early this morning after a week-long voyage from the pork of Cork in Ireland. Over the past few weeks, AFM personnel prepared the largest AFM Offshore Patrol Vessel for its longest voyage so far under the Maltese flag to it new home port – Valletta. The 41 crew on board were enthusiastically welcomed this morning by family members and loved ones. The P62 will now assume its duties as an Offshore Patrol Vessel alleviating the P61 which now requires several maintenance procedures following years of exploitation. The P62 will address the intermediary exigencies required in the AFM’s Offshore operations with the current Offshore Patrol P61 and a new Offshore Patrol Vessel which is being purchased by the AFM. The vessel was commanded by Major Grixti whilst Major David Aquilina was the project manager that together with a team technicians from the Maritime Squadron made the necessary works for the vessel to be operational.
https://wn.com/Arrival_Of_P62_The_New_Flagship_Of_The_Afm's_Maritime_Squadron
DEFCON 19: Build your own Synthetic Aperture Radar

DEFCON 19: Build your own Synthetic Aperture Radar

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  • Duration: 45:45
  • Updated: 29 Oct 2011
  • views: 178549
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Speaker: Michael Scarito Radar is used extensively by the military, police, weather, air travel, and maritime industries - why not you? Come learn how to build a radar imaging system on the cheap! This talk will explain the basics of how radar works as well as how to measure range and velocity of your chosen targets. You will learn how to use synthetic aperture techniques to generate a two- or even three-dimensional image. The hardware and software design will be totally opened up so you can go home and build your own system. The talk will try to run through the basics pretty fast, so some knowledge of electronics or basic physics might help, but is not required! Regardless of your background, you will see the capabilities of a modern home-built radar system and hopefully get some ideas for your own uses. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/defcon19_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/defcon19_videos Playlist Defcon 19: http://bit.ly/defcon19_playlist
https://wn.com/Defcon_19_Build_Your_Own_Synthetic_Aperture_Radar
Skybrokers Maritime Internet Access Solutions

Skybrokers Maritime Internet Access Solutions

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  • Duration: 4:11
  • Updated: 30 Sep 2013
  • views: 376
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Skybrokers (http://www.sky-brokers.com) can support their Maritime clients with their internet Access on Oil-rigs, Cruise Ships, Commercial Fishing vessels, Private Yachts and Transportation vessels with a cost-effective solution. We can offer full services including installation of the hardware on your ship anywhere in the world. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any inquiry for satellite related equipment. We provide new and used satellite equipment for the Maritime sector, Teleports, Satellite Providers, Telecom Operators, Broadcasters and SNG Operators etc. We can provide de- and re-installation services as well as relocation, maintenance and repair/refurbishment of your earth station antennas where ever you are located. Music: Illusions - Thomas Bergersen (rights owned by AdRev) We do not own any rights of this track nor do we have the intention to make profit out of this track that can be purchased on iTunes.
https://wn.com/Skybrokers_Maritime_Internet_Access_Solutions
Companies show off military hardware in Singapore

Companies show off military hardware in Singapore

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  • Duration: 2:29
  • Updated: 18 May 2017
  • views: 3604
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Companies show off military hardware in Singapore The companies that arm the world’s naval forces have been showing off their new military hardware in Singapore. Asia is expected to drive future demand for the latest maritime technology, accounting for nearly one-third of global defence budgets. Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Singapore. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
https://wn.com/Companies_Show_Off_Military_Hardware_In_Singapore
THE 5 MOST LETHAL MARINE CORPS WEAPONS || WARTHOG 2017

THE 5 MOST LETHAL MARINE CORPS WEAPONS || WARTHOG 2017

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  • Duration: 7:32
  • Updated: 31 Jan 2017
  • views: 3507
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While the Marine Corps prides itself on being a strategically mobile medium-weight force, there are times when it needs the brute force of heavy armor. That brute force is provided by the General Dynamics M1A1 Abrams. The Abrams, and four others, round out a key list of the Marines most deadly weapons of war. The U.S. Marine Corps prides itself on being America’s 911 force—a fire brigade that the president can call upon to fight the nation’s battles in an emergency. Though the Marines have largely been treated as a de facto second land army over the past dozen years, the service is an integral component of the Department of the Navy and is primarily a maritime force. Therefore, the Marines—as a specialized amphibious force—argue that they need unique hardware to conduct their unique missions. While the service has many different types of weapons, here is a selection of their five key systems:
https://wn.com/The_5_Most_Lethal_Marine_Corps_Weapons_||_Warthog_2017
How Singapore became a global military industry hub

How Singapore became a global military industry hub

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  • Duration: 2:00
  • Updated: 18 May 2017
  • views: 9875
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How Singapore became a global military industry hub Companies arming the world's navies have been displaying their latest technology in a major maritime defence show in Singapore. The Asia-Pacific region accounts for a third of global defence spending, and demand for new military hardware is likely to grow. Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports on how Singapore became a major hub for the global military industry. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
https://wn.com/How_Singapore_Became_A_Global_Military_Industry_Hub
TimeZero Coastal Monitoring: Radar Target Auto-Acquisition and Camera Tracking

TimeZero Coastal Monitoring: Radar Target Auto-Acquisition and Camera Tracking

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  • Duration: 1:27
  • Updated: 13 Apr 2015
  • views: 1244
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Visit our website for more information: http://www.coastalmonitoring.com/ TimeZero Coastal Monitoring is a full software-hardware solution for maritime surveillance. This video shows just one of the many powerful functions available: Radar target auto-acquisition and camera tracking. Watch how the software intelligently identifies a target that enters a surveillance zone, and triggers the camera to "lock on" the target and track its movements. Learn more about TimeZero Coastal Monitoring at www.coastalmonitoring.com
https://wn.com/Timezero_Coastal_Monitoring_Radar_Target_Auto_Acquisition_And_Camera_Tracking
Marine Cybernetics - 2013

Marine Cybernetics - 2013

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  • Updated: 03 Jan 2013
  • views: 2833
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This is a profile film made for Marine Cybernetics. Its main focus is to explain their technology. Introduction of Marine Cybernetics Hardware-In-the-Loop(HIL) testing is used in most industries that depend on advanced control systems in safety critical operations. A small modification in the control system software on an offshore vessel or rig can have significant and detrimental effects like blackouts, drive-offs and drift-offs under critical conditions. HIL testing is a verification of the control system´s functions in a virtual (simulated) environment. This is generally performed before the control system is used in operations. HIL testing generally pays for itself before a vessel leaves the shipyard, by eliminating software problems in control systems and hence avoiding costly downtime due to unnecessary troubleshooting during commissioning or operation. Marine Cybernetics is the first company to offer HIL testing to the offshore industry. HIL testing has proven to eliminate problems in control system like Dynamic Positioning systems (DP), Power Management Systems (PMS), Steering, Propulsion and Thruster control systems (SPT), Emergency Shut-Down systems (ESD), Vessel Management Systems (VMS), Drilling Control Systems (DCS) and BOP control systems (yellow pod and blue pod).
https://wn.com/Marine_Cybernetics_2013
OTEN Maritime Simulator

OTEN Maritime Simulator

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  • Duration: 3:06
  • Updated: 22 May 2012
  • views: 4354
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OTEN Marine Bridge Simulator The OTEN marine bridge simulator will assist in equipping students with a higher level of competence than was previously possible in the technical and practical skills required for all levels in the maritime industry from Deck Hand to Ship's Captain on vessels of different shapes, sizes and classes. The training facility is able to simulate any port in the world and provides a "real time" experience on the helm and in a bridge environment for individuals and teams alike. The software provided with the facility recreates actual vessels, including their manoeuvring characteristics, in a range of virtual environments. These virtual environments are reconstructions of harbours and coastal areas with the full gamut of sea, visibility and weather conditions. The hardware components provide a 3D physical environment to simulate that of a working ship, complete with audio visual effects. OTEN works closely with The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and industry partners to ensure maritime qualifications meet rigorous contemporary industry requirements. As a distance education provider, OTEN is uniquely positioned to also provide educational opportunities for mariners to study anywhere at any time, at home, and on board their vessels anywhere in the world.
https://wn.com/Oten_Maritime_Simulator
Autonomous exploration by the use of lidar on a marine surface vessel

Autonomous exploration by the use of lidar on a marine surface vessel

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  • Duration: 4:40
  • Updated: 13 May 2016
  • views: 529
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As a part of a master’s thesis, a 2D-lidar (laser scanner) has been installed on a surface vessel CS-Saucer in one of the Laboratories at NTNU, with the purpose of performing autonomous exploration. The video demonstrates the resulting system and shows how the vessel successfully explores the basin, set up with hinders. The exploration is performed autonomously, and the system has no prior information about the environment it is exploring. During operations, the system can utilize the generated map, and plan path's to any location within it. The completion of the system involved the development of a suitable control system that merges exploration strategies, path planners, a motion controller, and a strategy for generating controller setpoints, and simultaneous localization and mapping. The system is installed on the Robot Operating System (ROS), a flexible platform with a large open-source community. This platform has made it possible to implement tools familiar within the robotics community such as algorithms for performing simultaneous localization and mapping. For more information on the project seen in the video, see http://hdl.handle.net/11250/2409507 . A new Master’s thesis further investigating the possibilities of this setup is currently being conducted. -System is run on the Robot Operating System. -Mapping and SLAM by the use of the ROS node Hector Slam -Finding setpoint from chosen path, changing speed, controlsystem and more performed by seperate ROS-nodes. -Map is imported from Hector Slam to MATLAB, and processed by a SimuLink node. Planning and pathgeneration is performed in MATLAB -Exploration strategy: Frontier based exploration -Path generation: A Star path algorithm. (With multiple goal nodes and node connection distance of 4 ) Hardware: RPLidar, RaspberryPi 2, Arduino Mega, 3 Torpedo 800 motors, 3 Graupner thrusters. 3 Marine 30 ESC (motorcontrollers), 3 Graupner Servos, Battery Project performed at Department of Marine Technology ,Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
https://wn.com/Autonomous_Exploration_By_The_Use_Of_Lidar_On_A_Marine_Surface_Vessel
ESA Euronews: Maritime security

ESA Euronews: Maritime security

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  • Duration: 8:46
  • Updated: 25 Sep 2015
  • views: 1594
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The ongoing migrant crisis in the Mediterranean shows how indispensable satellite technology has become to those involved in saving lives at sea. But it's not just about search and rescue; space hardware plays a crucial role in all aspects of maritime security, including anti-terrorism, anti-piracy and anti-drugs operation, as well as environmental and fisheries protection and a host of miscellaneous missions. In this edition of Space Jeremy Wilks goes behind the scenes with the Italian coastguard to see how they use satellite technology everyday. He also visits the European Maritime Safety Agency in Lisbon to find out how the job of processing so much data from so many sources is done. This video is also available in the following languages: French https://youtu.be/eTABvBMVmMM German https://youtu.be/bg6jCDAvhtU Italian https://youtu.be/Xni3Jh_FDQw Spanish https://youtu.be/_8-_pjIJa8A Portuguese https://youtu.be/wqgDXLtdLDc Hungarian https://youtu.be/-f14fQFxWgI Greek https://youtu.be/PCJum1sUX3I
https://wn.com/Esa_Euronews_Maritime_Security
Multi-Application Platform for Port Management and Maritime Traffic Operation

Multi-Application Platform for Port Management and Maritime Traffic Operation

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  • Duration: 5:21
  • Updated: 24 Feb 2015
  • views: 408
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GMV is a leading company in developing and implanting systems and solutions based on Communications and Information Technologies for the maritime sector. Shiplocus® covers the needs of harbor authorities and port operators in different areas and services. It enables ships to be managed in real time and improving port planning effectiveness. It also helps in the integration of intermodal transport, port facilities and operations management, the running of marinas and the monitoring and control of navigation aids. The offered solutions are ready to operate involving the whole project developing, from the analysis and design until its installation and put into operation, including proprietary hardware and software.
https://wn.com/Multi_Application_Platform_For_Port_Management_And_Maritime_Traffic_Operation
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