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Navigational Aids

Echomax has built a new workshop in which to manufacture the EM230i itself

Echomax has built a new workshop in which to manufacture the EM230i itself

Fast turnaround for navigation marker
Vessels will be able to safely transit a stretch of water near a nuclear power station thanks to a fast turnaround navaids project. 14 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
Time Zero vessel surveillance for El Salvador
Spanish marine software company MaxSea is providing a TimeZero Coastal Monitoring system for the port of Acajutla, El Salvador. 08 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
Rembrandt contract with MAIB
BMT Ship & Coastal Dynamics, a subsidiary of UK-headquartered BMT Group Ltd, has announced a new contract with the UK’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch, acknowledged as a world leader in ship electronic evidence gathering, including VDR (Voyage Data Recorder) data recovery and interpretation. 19 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Europa Point re-engineered
UK General Lighthouse Authority Trinity House has completed the re-engineering of Europa Point Lighthouse in Gibraltar, its most southerly lighthouse. 11 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
TLC for your navaids
John Caskey, Managing Director at Hydrosphere, which supplies and maintains navigational aids has put together the following guide to navaid maintenance. 01 Mar 2017 - Maritime Journal
Port of Cork wave buoy
Irish Metocean data networking company TechWorks Marine was awarded a contract to design and deploy an operational Wave Buoy for Port of Cork in late 2016, to be deployed at Roche’s Point on the approach to Cork Harbour. 17 Feb 2017 - Maritime Journal
SL-75 Solar Marine Lantern
Australian AtoNs manufacturer Sealite has introduced the new SL-75 3-5NM Solar Marine Lantern with Bluetooth connectivity. 16 Feb 2017 - Maritime Journal
Furuno to deliver 43 STM systems
Japan-headquartered marine electronics specialist, Furuno, will provide 43 ships with Sea Traffic Management-compatible on-board systems. 13 Feb 2017 - Maritime Journal
Marine aids to navigation around offshore wind farms
During October, the Canada-headquartered navigation technology company Sabik Offshore and Netherlands based outfit Orga Aviation launched a collaborative initiative to create and commercialise an integrated marine aids to navigation and aviation obstruction solution specifically designed to enable 'safe sea and air navigation in the vicinity of offshore wind farms.' 02 Dec 2016 - Maritime Journal
Better buoys for bigger ships
The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest seaport recently hired French manufacturer of Aids to Navigation Mobilis to design and install a bespoke mooring system with more capacity to handle the increase in vessel numbers and size, and to replace single point mooring buoys with larger multiple point mooring buoys. 25 Nov 2016 - Maritime Journal
Short to medium range self-contained lantern
Canadian AtoNs manufacturer Sabik Marine, part of Carmanah Technologies Corporation, has just launched the M660; a self-contained lantern for buoys and minor beacons with a visible range of up to four nautical miles. 21 Nov 2016 - Maritime Journal
Ministerial visit
Shane Ross TD, Irish Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport visited the Irish Lights facility in Dun Laoghaire in November. 10 Nov 2016 - Maritime Journal
Maltese order
Transport Malta has improved its marine aids to navigation with twenty new buoys, supplied by Spain-headquartered AtoN specialist Almarin, in collaboration with the local partner, Boat Maintenance. 11 Oct 2016 - Maritime Journal
Bearing proves pivotal
UK-based marine engineering specialist, Ocean Kinetics, which claims an extensive track record in fabrication, oil and gas, renewables, marine works and marine salvage, has taken delivery of a high performance turntable bearing from R.A. Rodriguez (U.K.) Limited to help it refurbish a lighthouse lamp. 31 Aug 2016 - Maritime Journal
AIS for TRIAXYS
Canadian data buoy company AXYS Technologies has recently announced the addition of AIS vessel tracking to its wave buoy series, TRIAXYS. 31 Aug 2016 - Maritime Journal
Seagull navigation buoys
Irish company JFC has introduced a new range of navigation buoys that are based around a modular construction system designed for use for both inshore and offshore applications. 31 Aug 2016 - Maritime Journal
Portsmouth navaids for new carriers
Work on new lights that will guide the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers safely into Portsmouth harbour, UK is nearing completion as the top sections of the structures are put in place. 18 Aug 2016 - Maritime Journal
New VTS for Gibraltar
The contract to supply and install the Gibraltar Port Authority’s new Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) system has recently been awarded to the Norwegian company Kongsberg Norcontrol (KNC), a world leader in VTS surveillance. 16 Aug 2016 - Maritime Journal
JFC awarded
Irish navaids manufacturer, JFC, has been awarded the ‘Excellence in Marine Technology’ award. 11 Jul 2016 - Maritime Journal
Hydrosphere signs with FullOceans
Aids to Navigation supplier Hydrosphere has signed an agreement at Seawork 2016 to be the sole UK and Ireland distributor for the French made FullOceans range of buoys. 06 Jul 2016 - Maritime Journal