Electronics & Communication – Page 9

  • The new Hella marine floodlight addresses the needs of commercial vessels

    New heavy duty floodlight from Hella marine


    Hella marine is addressing the needs of commercial vessels with its new ultra heavy-duty AS 5000 LED floodlight.

  • C-MAP MAX-N Wide screenshot

    New Jeppesen C-MAP MAX-N Wide cartography


    Jeppesen''s new C-MAP MAX-N Wide cartography, designed for popular navigation systems from global marine electronics company Navico, is now available to boaters worldwide.

  • News

    Sweden to modernise coastal radio network


    The Swedish Maritime Administration is investing SEK50m to improve and modernise the Swedish coastal radio network, the cornerstone of search and rescue activities in Swedish waters.

  • News

    Simulator delivered to training company


    VSTEP has delivered a NAUTIS DNV Class A FMB simulator to Australian training organisation Seafood and Maritime Industries Training (SMIT).

  • The new SAILOR 800 VSAT

    New SAILOR 800 VSAT antenna


    Cobham has announced the forthcoming launch of a brand new SAILOR VSAT antenna.

  • Ocean Signal’s rescueMe PLB1

    World’s smallest PLB


    This year Ocean Signal has introduced the world’s smallest Personal Locator Beacon the rescueME PLB1 which is typically 30% smaller than other PLBs.

  • The Smartfind M5 AIS Class A Transponder

    McMurdo launches Smartfind M5 AIS Class A Transponder


    McMurdo has announced that Smartfind M5 AIS Class A Transponder is now available.

  • News

    New video telemedicine initiative


    Software developer Diginonymous LLC and the Maritime Medical Access Program at The George Washington University (GWU) Medical Faculty Associates have teamed up to offer an advanced shipboard video telemedicine service for the international maritime industry.

  • News

    New combined ECDIS and VSAT service


    Maritime technology specialist MARIS and Orange Business Services have joined forces to deliver Electronic Chart Display Information Systems (ECDIS) and maritime digital services directly to navigators.

  • Scanmar’s new clump sensor

    Scanmar launches SS4 clump sensor


    This summer Scanmar is launching a new clump sensor in the SS4 sensor generation, providing 100% accurate distance measurements between the clump(s) and both trawl doors.

  • The new VMS will improve AFMA’s ability to monitor vessels in real time. Credit: Nick-D/CC BY-SA 3.0

    New VMS system for AFMA


    The Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) is moving to a new web-based vessel monitoring system (VMS).

  • eSonar has broadened its horizons

    Canadian company making waves in sonar technology


    Canada’s eSonar Inc, an underwater sonar service, development and manufacturing company, has been developing state-of-the-art sonar equipment for a diverse market.

  • News

    Globalstar distribution deal with AST


    Globalstar Europe Satellite Services Ltd. has signed an authorised distribution agreement with Applied Satellite Technology Ltd (AST), one of the world’s leading providers of satellite communication products and services.

  • BlueTraker VMS

    BlueTraker® VMS receives Indonesian Type Approval


    EMA Group’s BlueTraker® VMS fisheries monitoring satellite terminals have received Type Approval from the Indonesian Directorate General of Resources and Equipment, allowing sales and installations throughout the Republic of Indonesia.

  • News

    SRT wins Middle East order


    Software Radio Technology (SRT) has received an order and initial payment for 500 of its Identifier vessel tracking transceivers.

  • News

    Intellian launches antenna range


    Inmarsat manufacturing partner Intellian Technologies has designed three new marine antennas to support FleetBroadband.

  • The 8m long, oil filled array, houses eight omni-directional identical hydrophones. The array is designed to be deployed to depths of 100m

    IMR project to study fish reactions to sound


    A research project being carried out by the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Bergen to map the sound field inside a fish pen at Austevoll is using three 8m long, active hydrophone arrays designed by Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd.

  • News

    DigitalGlobe and Geoeye merge


    DigitalGlobe, Inc. and GeoEye, Inc. announced the completion of their merger at the end of January.

  • News

    SRT to provide AIS to India


    Software Radio Technology Plc (SRT) has received an order for 500 Identifiers from its Indian customer, to be delivered before the end of April this year.

  • Following a successful trial, Chinese fishing vessels will be using Beam terminals for satellite communications

    Chinese order worth $1m for Beam


    Following a successful trial and acceptance of its technology, Beam Communications Pty Ltd has received a US$1m order from Beijing Marine Communications & Navigation Company (MCN) for the supply of Beam Inmarsat marine satellite terminals.