These days one can effectively track and monitor everything that one wishes to. A vessel tracking system, as the name suggests is a collection of equipments which enable marine and naval vessels to track, identify and monitor a ship’s position, location and any other detail that might be important in maneuvering and stabilizing a ship’s route and course. Continue reading The Importance of Vessel Tracking System→
The Spree-Oder Waterway (SOW) is to become a digital testing ground for autonomous and automated inland navigation. From July, a project Autonom-SOW with partners from industry, federal government and science, said the Federal Association of Public Inland Ports (BÖB) on Friday. After initial investigations, construction is to begin in 2020. The test field at the SOW is one of four projects under the action plan “Digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence in Mobility” of the Federal Ministry of Transport. Continue reading Spree-Oder waterway becomes a digital test field→
The technology group Wärtsilä has successfully completed the installation and operational staff training for its Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) solution in the ports of Lisbon and Setúbal / Sesimbra in Portugal. The systems will increase the efficiency of these ports by reducing waiting time for vessels and allowing just-in-time pilotage. The state-of-the-art solution has been developed and supplied by Transas, a Wärtsilä company. The project was booked in July 2018 and completed in January 2019. Continue reading Wärtsilä Vessel Traffic Service solutions to increase efficiency of two Portuguese ports→
Very few people will recognise these devices and technology today.
Beginning in 1836, the American artist Samuel F. B. Morse, the American physicist Joseph Henry, and Alfred Vail developed an electrical telegraph system. This system sent pulses of electric current along wires which controlled an electromagnet that was located at the receiving end of the telegraph system. Continue reading Morse Code – Forerunner of Digital Communication→
Al Larson Boat Shop says commercial boat owners might spend large sums of money on boat repairs if they had wait too long to perform required routine maintenance. Photo by Mark Edward Nero.
Although commercial fishing boats are usually durable enough to last decades – or even generations, in some cases – it isn’t just good construction that allows them to spend after year in rough waters without falling apart. Continue reading Fishermen’s News Boat Prep→
The rapid advancement of technology has significantly improved the methods of monitoring and tracking the ships in the recent past. The fast-developing satellite services have enabled the ship tracking across the globe easier now and thus ensuring the safety of vessels from various threats.
With the help of satellite-based vessel monitoring systems (VMS), different types of vessels have been monitoring efficiently by marine agencies and vessel owners for a long period. The automatic identification system (AIS) helps track bigger vessels crossing waters across the world by offering real-time information about the vessels. Continue reading Top 8 Ship Tracking Websites To Track Your Ship Accurately→
exactEarth a provider of Satellite AIS data services, has announced that the final six payloads for its second-generation constellation, exactView RT, are now in operation. This completes the roll-out of the first global real-time Satellite-AIS service with a total of 58 operational satellite payloads and seven orbital spares. Continue reading exactEarth deploys final six satellite payloads→