Electronics & Communication – Page 23

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    Thrane & Thrane buys EuroCom

    2004-11-01T09:04:00Z

    Thrane & Thrane, the world''s leading manufacturer of equipment for mobile satellite communication, has acquired EuroCom Industries (Denmark). EuroCom Industries is a leading supplier of maritime communication equipment for all types of vessels. Its products are sold throughout the world under the two internationally recognized brands Sailor and Skanti.

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    Sailor launches new portable GMDS system

    2004-11-01T09:04:00Z

    Sailor has launched a new portable GMDSS VHF Sailor SP3300 on SMM in Hamburg.

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    New ways to chain traceability

    2004-10-01T15:37:00Z

    Maritech has showed for first time at Trondheim its new software application for chain traceability, the WisePortal. WisePortal is a module that allows Maritech''s users to give their customers access to view the specific information regarding the products they have purchased, via Internet.

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    Vikings see through Norselight

    2004-10-01T15:37:00Z

    Norselight has displayed at Trondheim its 6.4km-range, remote control, XS100 xenon searchlight.

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    Automated system to assemble hooks

    2004-10-01T15:37:00Z

    New Zealand''s company Prion has officially launched a new fish hook system, that consists in an automated process of assembling fish hooks onto monofilament nylon to make snoods. The new system enables a more effective replacement for traditional polyester rope systems.

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    New OrbBuoy from Orbimage

    2004-09-19T10:00:00Z

    The new super-stealth OrbBuoy RD/SD 1000 from ORBIMAGE allows to Locate and track the FAD or fishing gear as it drifts through different oceanographic conditions.

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    Wesmar launches two new 'innovative' sonars

    2004-09-19T10:00:00Z

    Wesmar has recently introduced two new sonars, the SS395 and the TCS335. The company says that its new launches combine good performance and innovative features with competitive pricing.

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    C-Map charts get ISO 19379

    2004-09-19T10:00:00Z

    Norway''s C-MAP says it is the first company to get ISO 19379 standard for its CM-93/3 electronic chart database. A statement said the standard specifies the requirements for Electronic Chart Systems (ECS) databases, especially as regards the elements relevant to safety of navigation, such as content, quality and updating.

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    France Telecom offers full, anti-piracy SSAS

    2004-09-19T10:00:00Z

    France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communications has upgraded its land earth station in Aussaguel, France, to ensure that its Inmarsat-C and Mini-C services are Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) compatible.

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    Pakistans exports boosted

    2004-09-19T10:00:00Z

    Improved fish landings and major efforts to tap into new markets, and enhance traditional ones in Pakistan gave the seafood export industry a strong boost, during the 2003-2004 fiscal period, FIS reports.

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    McMurdo launches new products to extend its safety equipment range

    2004-09-19T10:00:00Z

    McMurdo Ltd, the UK based manufacturer of marine safety, communications and Navtex equipment, will be launching its new M-2 Automatic Identification System at SMM 2004 Exhibition at Hamburg. This new product compliments the company''s range of McMurdo, ICS and Pains Wessex branded products which are designed to meet ...

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    France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communications announces full availability of the Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) on Inmarsat-C and Mini-C

    2004-07-26T14:25:00Z

    France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communications has upgraded its land earth station in Aussaguel, France to ensure that its Inmarsat-C and Mini-C services are SSAS-compatible. The SSAS heightens security on board ship in the event of attack enabling captain or crew to send out a ‘covert’ alert and rapidly obtain assistance. ...

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    New satellite communication systems from Simrad

    2004-07-02T11:26:00Z

    Simrad has launched two sophisticated new satellite communication systems based on the Inmarsat Fleet satellite platform.

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    Marport's all-ship zapping wireless

    2004-06-01T16:57:00Z

    Marport of Iceland used the Glasgow Fishing 2004 to announce its latest wireless monitoring system to improve control and efficiency in single and twin rig trawling.

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    CP's double lane slicer P4000

    2004-05-01T11:27:00Z

    Denmark''s CP Food Machinery is introducing its P4000 system into the market which it says is a complete solution for the efficient production of sliced salmon and similar fish species in party packs for retail.

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    New SkyFile C system aims to cut prices

    2004-05-01T11:27:00Z

    Sending e-mails, SMS, faxes and telexes via Inmarsat-C (1) has never been so simple and cost-effective: France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communications has developed SkyFile C, a new e-service for Inmarsat-C which optimizes message transmission and reduces costs, particularly for messages sent to fleets of vessels.

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    Latest Piscatus has world's bathymetry built in

    2004-05-01T11:27:00Z

    Seabed Mapping of New Zealand, is about to release Version 3 of their seafloor mapping package - Piscatus 3D. Version 3 includes a host of new features that greatly enhance Piscatus 3D''s effectiveness at putting fish in the hold.

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    More happy sattime

    2004-05-01T11:27:00Z

    Xantic increases happy sattime and discounts rate. Netherlands-based Xantic says from 1 April 2004, (for calls via a mini-M, Fleet or Inmarsat B using Xantic''s ChatCard service) users will now get 11 for 10 units.

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    Coastal fishermen can get cheaper phone calls

    2004-05-01T11:27:00Z

    For coastal fishermen who are near enough land to get a WiFi connection from their onboard PC or laptop, there could be big money to be saved by using the every expanding voice over Internet protocol (VOIP).

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    Simrad cuts prices

    2004-05-01T11:27:00Z

    Simrad is cutting the price of its ES60 echosounder, has introduced a new gyrocompass system and its Olex 3D bottom profiling plotter system, the company said.