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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.
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.
Visit the Official Website : http://www.saacke.com/products/exhaust-gas-cleaning/ Meeting IMO conformity The overwhelming majority of ships around the world operate using engines and boilers powered by heavy fuel oil. The resulting combustion exhaust gases that are emitted contain soot and sulfur oxides that pollute the environment. The gradual reduction of limit values is now creating a need for action amongst shipping and charter companies. As a result, gas-powered or dual fuel units are playing an increasingly important role in new ships even though gas-based propulsion systems are expensive, and the fuel is exposed to significant price fluctuations. In addition, ports around the world lack the necessary infrastructure to bunker fuel gas and there is the question of usability over lon...
Thanks to their small footprint and low weight, Green Tech Marine® scrubbers are suitable for virtually any kind of vessel, whether it's a new build or a retrofit. The scrubbers can be custom-made for any engine size. They fit both 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines, as well as boilers, to minimize their footprint. The scrubber requires about the same space as the silencer it is replacing. By using Green Tech Marine® Scrubbers, shipowners can continue to operate on heavy fuel oil instead of more costly marine gas oil, while staying below the strict IMO requirements regarding sulphur emissions. Fuel prices of marine gas oil are expected to rise even higher, particularly as the 0,1% sulphur limit enters into force. The Green Tech Marine® Scrubbers make it simple to meet new environmental regula...
Reduce uncertainty through full-bandwidth imaging of fine-scale structures in the subsurface in all directions: vertically, along the streamer, and crossline between the streamers. Only IsoMetrix marine isometric seismic technology provides those three measurements to characterize the seismic wavefield in 3D. Find out more at http://www.slb.com/isometrix
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.
3D laser scanning marine survey. See http://underhill.ca/land-surveying-service/4/3d-laser-scanning. Underhill Geomatics captured as-built dimensions of a typical hold aboard the the U Sea Saskatchewan. The U Sea Saskatchewan is a bulk cargo carrier owned by Canpotex. The ship is used primarily for potash transportation between Canada and ports in Asia. After capturing data, 3D modelling is created in Trimble Realworks, which combines 3D scanning, imaging and positioning. With Realworks, we extract the point-cloud captured in our 3D laser survey and can create CAD models and simulation movies. 3D laser scanning in concert with a CAD model rendering tool like Realworks, is most useful when there is a lot of data, when speed and a high level of accuracy are desired, and when creating an ac...
This 3D simulation shows 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.
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
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
Take Your Dock to the Next Level with RhinoDock and Rhino Marine Systems. Our rich history and experience staff never settle for good, our goal is always great. From our products to our service continuous improvement is at the heart of what we do.
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.
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.
Marty Klein is considered by many to be the father of side scan sonar. The industry legend discusses several highlights from his long and fruitful career, from his involvement in helping to find the Titanic and other historic shipwrecks, to searching for the Loch Ness Monster. Klein, a self-described “lifelong student,” says he’s always strived to continue learning while encouraging others to do the same. There are things to find, he says. There are mysteries still. Video by Sira Eriksen
3D Laser Scanning of a Ship in a shipyard down in Perama, Peiraius
Integration of scrubber system in a cruise ship. 3D laser scanning performed and pipe arrangement in 3D
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 ...
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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
While Velodyne is known for its subwoofers and sound systems that focused on low distortion while hitting the lowest of the low end of the sound spectrum, its CEO David Hall continues to innovate in other spaces. While totally different from subwoofers, David Hall has built LiDar (light detection and ranging) sensors that has helped the future of the self-driving car closer. With other LiDar sensors are being used today, you can immediately spot a Velodyne LiDar as its the only sensor that you can see spinning while being used. David Hall hasn't stopped innovating as Velodyne Marine has created the world's first boat that has a self stabilizing platform. Built with two pontoons to support the leveled platform, it's servo control and high speed electro-mechanical system automatically keep...
Geoff Hollinger Assistant Professor Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CoRIS) Institute, Oregon State University Friday, February 16, 2018 Marine Robotics: Planning, Decision Making, and Learning Abstract: Underwater gliders, propeller-driven submersibles, and other marine robots are increasingly being tasked with gathering information (e.g., in environmental monitoring, offshore inspection, and coastal surveillance scenarios). However, in most of these scenarios, human operators must carefully plan the mission to ensure completion of the task. Strict human oversight not only makes such deployments expensive and time consuming but also makes some tasks impossible due to the requirement for heavy cognitive loads or reliable communication between the operator and the vehicle. ...
Presentation Web Site: wiki.mcneel.com/rhino/dot-sea-rhino DotProduct, Rhinoceros, and Sea Machines collaborated on May 20, 2016 to present a live demonstration of the real world applications for handheld 3D scanning in combination with Rhino 3D, via the free plugin for DotProduct DP Import. Chris Ahern of DotProduct and Mary Fugier of McNeel were joined by Alex Lorman of Sea Machines, who lead the group step-by-step through both practical information and applications for the DPI-8 & Rhino for autonomous boat design. This real-time webinar demonstrated the full workflow in less than an hour: - Handheld 3D capture with the DotProduct DPI-8 Kit and DPI-8SR Kit. - Import of the compressed .DP data directly into Rhino with the free plugin. - Data was used within Rhino for verification, referen...
"Environmental Technologies in Maritime Shipping and Transportation: Implementing the New UN Protocols" Topics in International Technology Management: "Green Technologies in Transportation: Recent Developments from Asia." In this seminar series, learn about technology and business trends, innovations, opportunities in Asia and Japan, and implications for US firms and researchers.Topics Include: new materials, fuels, and energy storage for vehicles; automobile and aircraft design; smart grids and intelligent transportation systems; mobile mesh networks. Learn more: http://stanford.io/TYpXeK
SAACKE offers burner systems for new plants and individual retrofits from a single source. A team of experts accompanies the project from the original idea through to commissioning. Independent of the assignment, our know-how ensures maximum availability, problem-free operation and the utmost plant efficiency. In addition to turnkey solutions for complete plants and customized combinations of individual components, we offer many other services such as: - Retrofitting gas combustion systems for offshore plants: A team of experts evaluates the existing plant and then proposes a modernization concept including boiler calculation - Steam boiler engineering and supply of new boilers: Our project teams have many years of experience in the marine sector, enabling them to adapt new p...
PRO RADAR X5 is DRS best system and is a world premiere. No other manufacturer has ever released such a device because X5 combines 4 technologies and therefore 4 machines in one: X5 is a professional Pulse Induction metal detector with perfect metal discrimination (like our Ground Exper PRO), It’s also a high end Gradiometer (like with Proradar X serie), It offers long range magnetic scan (like with X1 PRO) It features resistivity measurement (like with ARS). To learn more about the new DRS detectors and radars or find a distributor, please visit our multilingual website: http://www.drselectronics.de You may also like us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drselectronics.de
On May 11th 2017, Boyan Slat, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, announced a design breakthrough allowing for the cleanup of half the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in just 5 years. The main idea behind The Ocean Cleanup is to let the ocean currents do the work. An installation of U-shaped screens channels floating plastic to a central point. The concentrated plastic can then be extracted and shipped to shore for recycling into durable products. The improvements involve the introduction of a mobile, or drifting system. Rather than fixing the floating screens to the seabed at great depths, The Ocean Cleanup will apply sea anchors to ensure the floating screens move slower than the plastic. Rather than one m...
Senator the Hon. Richard Colbeck (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture), Bianca Nogrady (author and journalist), Michael Sheehy (Natural Resources Indonesia / Nuffield Scholar), Catherine Marriott (Influential Women / Australian Rural Leadership Foundation), Rick Roush (University of Melbourne), Neil Barr (Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Vic), Manny Noakes (CSIRO Health and Wellbeing) and Tania Motton (ANZ) discuss long term horizons at ABARES Outlook 2014. Presentations, transcripts and the full program are available online: http://www.daff.gov.au/ABARES/outlook-2014/Pages/Program.aspx
This video will focus in on some of the basic aspect of radar including how radar works, the two main types of radar data, and radar features associated with the three main storm types. -------------------------------------- National Weather Service Norman, Oklahoma weather.gov/norman
The Independent | 26 May 2018
The Independent | 26 May 2018