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Helmut Lanziner, inventor of ECDIS.
For years, navigation experts have been warning governments and the maritime industry of the vulnerabilities of GPS. Whether unintentional (solar flares) or intentional (satellite jammers), the loss of GPS navigation with no back up can leave a vesse...
From low labour costs in Asian countries to local competition that leads to squeezed and diminished profit margins, a shipyard today must excel in all areas of planning, design, engineering and manufacturing to be able to compete. Finding an edge ove...
The Automated Draft Indicator System from Weir-Jones Group
Do you recall a time when the only way to measure the draft of a vessel was to stare at the draft marks on a cold and windy night, or to go alongside in a dingy in choppy water? Now there is a much more accurate and convenient alternative.
Glamox A/S FL60 LED Floodlights
Glamox A/S, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of lighting for marine and offshore markets, has developed a new LED floodlight line of products that are significantly advanced in terms of marine lighting systems at sea. Th...
The forward day-tank of a Lloyds + 100A1 Class Tug undergoing cleaning due to bio-mass contamination.
By Tim A. Rivard, Fuel Right (Canada) Limited and Bob Tatnall, Fairville Products, Inc. Photo above: The forward day-tank of a Lloyds + 100A1 Class Tug undergoing cleaning due to bio-mass contamination.