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The time-tagged laser scanner for cost-effective coastal, offshore and inland waterway surveying What if you could map the full marine environment in a single pass? Merlin is engineered specifically to integrate with your vessel's existing hydrographic surveying equipment. It enables you to synchronise Merlin's above-water lidar data with your below-water sensors to simultaneously produce an accurate dataset of the environment above and below the waterline. An affordable marine-grade lidar sensor Merlin gives you access to the advanced laser surveying technology you need without making you pay for equipment you already own.
How does RADAR work? It's a bit like shouting very loudly at a cliff and waiting for the echo to come back to you. Whether you use rude words or not is completely up to you. RADAR is emitting a sound wave and waiting for the echo to come back to you. By timing the returning echo you can work out where exactly another object is. The really interesting thing about radar is if you use multiple angled receivers you can work out the position and height of a target. This technology was essential in winning the Battle of Britain in 1940. But that was 1940, what about radar now? Is it as defunct as the 3 ½ inch floppy disk? Well, no actually. Radar is still pretty important in the military but the technology is a lot more advanced. In fact each time you connect to a sat nav to figure out where ...
Please visit our website http:--www.sws1.com for details! Scan World System offers the world's first and only multi vehicle/vessel and multi-brand diagnostic tool. iDS and Scan World System diagnostic software is the interactive connection to the generation of electronically equipped PWC's, Boats, ATV's Motorcycles and Snowmobiles. It is designed to be used by any technician.
This video helps you become acquainted with the entire family of Garmin Marine radars, gives an overview of how radar works, and which Garmin radar will best fit your needs.
A company that designed a small electrically powered watercraft needed CAD data of the deck and hull to enable a higher level of manufacturing in greater quantities. Since the craft would incorporate many ancillary parts, the CAD model would also facilitate assembly design and discussions with upline suppliers.
Visit Rinda Technologies, Inc. at: http://www.rinda.com An in-depth look at fault codes on various marine engine types Follow along as veteran marine trainer Bill Sprague takes you step-by-step through key aspects of the Diacom diagnostic program.
Learn more about NSCC's Marine Programs at http://bit.ly/1naB9s3 The sense of adventure and the opportunity to fast track a career at sea is what draws students to NSCC’s Nautical Institute and our marine training programs. See the facilities and activities that are all part of your training including: the wave tank and survival rescue, fire training centre, and state-of-the-art simulators for propulsion systems, navigation and global communications.
Turnkey installation of 4 hybrid scrubber towers on premium RoPax vessel. Scope of work included: - 3D laser scanning - Engineering - Planning - Procurement - Pre-fabrication (incl. GRE piping) - Installation - Electrical works (incl. integration with existing system) - Commissioning support Project details: - 240x40 dry dock, Nauta Shiprepair yard, Poland - Working days in dry dock: 15 - 160 Baltec Marine staff worked 24/7. For more information, please visit our webpage http://www.tridentllc.com/scrubbers.html
This 3D simulation shows in detail how the Clean Marine Exhaust Gas Cleaning System (EGCS) works. The EGCS is scrubbing vessel's exhaust gas with a water mix to remove sulfur (SOx) so the vessel will comply with the exisiting and pending IMO emissions regulations.
http://www.croceanx.com Operation of the CR Ocean Engineering Marine Scrubber. New low-sulphur emissions regulations present formidable challenges for ship owners, both now and in the future. CR Ocean Engineering's exhaust cleaning systems offer an alternative to low-sulphur fuels at a fraction of the cost. Our scrubber systems are custom engineering to continuously and efficiently remove sulphur from engine exhaust. CR Ocean Engineering scrubbers are ideal for use in a wide range of vessels, such as RO-RO, Ferries, Cruise Ships and Container Ships. They are designed for both new builds and retrofits with single engines or multistreaming operations. CROE exhaust cleaning systems are available in three standard configurations: Open loop, closed loop, and hybrid system. Open loop systems...
This video helps you become familiar with various radar screens, settings and user controls commonly shown on chartplotters equipped with Garmin Marine radar.
ForwardScan® forward-looking sonar shows what lies ahead under the water with approaching depth information. It transmits and receives up to ten times’ faster for real-time updates. Sail poorly-charted or unfamiliar waters confidently with a clear image of the bottom ahead of your boat. Avoid upcoming dangers or obstructions and set custom shallow depth alarms. ForwardScan is compatible with the B&G Zeus2 series navigation units and requires a SonarHub sonar processor. Visit http://www.bandg.co.uk/Products/ForwardScan/ for more information.
With increased marine regulations being adopted in the industry, it is becoming necessary to acquire digital documentation. Laser scanners have the range and accuracy to capture marine vessels, piping systems and shipyards to provide 3D modeling that be used in the manufacturing and designing processes. In this webinar you will learn the benefits in using 3D laser scanning as it applies to these areas in marine applications: - Hull modification/repair - Ship piping upgrades - Shipyard management - Interior 3D modeling - Engine room documentation
Watch a ballast water treatment retrofit installation carried out while sailing with the vessel by the Goltens installation team. Visit http://goltens.com/green-technologies/ballast-water-treatment-retrofits to learn more about ballast water treatment retrofitting and 3D scanning by Goltens. Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.goltens.com/green-technologies +31(0)181 465 100
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Radar systems comprise three basic components: A transmitter and a receiver unit, also called a transceiver, an antenna, also known as a scanner, and a display unit. In many radar units the transceiver is located in the scanner. Radar signals travel along the "line of sight". Therefore the detection of targets depends on the height of the radar scanner and the height of the target. Marine radars operate either on the X-band frequency (9000 MHz), or on the S-band frequency (3000 MHz). A shorter wavelength allows the use of smaller antennas, therefore on most small boats the radar used are in the X-band frequency. However, S-band radar has an advantage - it can penetrate precipitation to a better degree, and therefore can detect targets which may be obscured in heavy rainfall.
Highly sophisticated 3D presentation with a part of our product portfolio. This animation includes the Energy Saving Package ESPAC™, the Barke Optimised Steering System BOSS™ and the Van der Velden FLEX Tunnel system.
AT 2900 is designed and produced by Safeway Inspection System Limited, as a passenger vehicles and small cargo (including minibuses) screening system. Due to its flexibility and compact design it can fit into most entrance portals and can be used discreetly to scan visitors to high security locations. The product is part of the cargo and vehicle inspection system family of products that complies with the ANSI 43.17 regulations for general use body scanners. With its ultralow radiation dose it is an effective solution for scanning vehicles with passengers and drivers. Intense of use State-of-the-art low-dose 200 kV X-ray scanner with 3 m x 3 m portal-shaped detection system for inspection of occupied passenger vehicle, designed with innovative "drive through" technology; Designed for in...
On June 17, 2011, SPAR Point Group editor Sam Pfeifle got a chance to ride on the Orion, the mobile scanning boat created by Substructure, a firm specializing in hydrographic surveys, commercial diving, and marine design and construction. By integrating a number of sensors, including multi-beam sonar and mobile 3D laser scanning, Substructure is able to capture high-resolution 3D maps of the ocean bottom and shoreline. Learn more at www.sparpointgroup.com.