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Combining signals from multiple radars into one image
Maritime Surveillance Networking aims at improving the Recognised Maritime Picture (RMP). The EDA pursues this through a step-by-step approach, linking up existing military maritime networks and fostering the exchange of data, information and knowledge between all (voluntarily) participating Member States. This will contribute to better informed decision-making for and during CSDP military operations.
Most modern ships use a reciprocating diesel engine as their prime mover, due to their operating simplicity, robustness and fuel economy compared to most other prime mover mechanisms. The rotating crankshaft can be directly coupled to the propeller with slow speed engines, via a reduction gearbox for medium and high speed engines, or via an alternator and electric motor in diesel-electric vessels. The rotation of the crankshaft is connected to the camshaft or a hydraulic pump on an intelligent diesel. The reciprocating marine diesel engine first came into use in 1903 when the diesel electric rivertanker Vandal was put into service by Branobel. Diesel engines soon offered greater efficiency than the steam turbine.
IHS has integrated its two core online solutions, AISLive and Sea-web to bring together ship movements, ship data, maritime intelligence and insight onto one platform enabling deeper analysis of the global shipping fleet. This video provides an overview of the benefits. Track the latest ship movements, monitor the world fleet and competitor activity, understand global trade flows, trends, threats and opportunities. We make the connections, you make the decisions. Visit: Maritime.ihs.com
Yandex School of Data Analysis Conference Machine Learning: Prospects and Applications https://yandexdataschool.com/conference This paper deals with various aspects of the pattern recognition in a Situa- tion Picture generated elsewhere. “Situation picture” is the transformation from the actual situation via the “measurement space” containing detec- tions of sensors, possibly multiple and heterogeneous, to the “estimation space” intended to contain the best approximation to the actual situation. Automatic detection of hidden patterns in the area of interest and conse- quent alerting facilitate the work of human operator responsible for this area. We present statistical algorithms for real-time recognition in the “sit- uation picture” of various geographical, dynamic and electronic patte...
Our pictures show the "George Washington", the United States Navy's nuclear-powered submarine, undergoing her trials. She will be able to launch, when submerged, "Polaris" ballistic missiles with hydrogen war-heads. ® At sea off Brest, the French Navy's latest Carrier "Clemenceau", was undergoing her trials. At 25,000 tons, she's about the same size as Britain's latest Aircraft Carrier, HMS "Hermes". You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7f49da025202447c921e381723435df5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
QinetiQ announced the international launch of its ViewFinder® combat management system in May 2015 , which assimilates intelligence-based information from multiple sensors to build a detailed picture of activity across air, land, surface and subsurface environments. The software, successfully trialled on the Royal Navy’s Duke Class Type 23 Frigates, features 3D environment representation and enables the identification of multiple hostile and benign craft. It continually monitors and identifies friendly, neutral and hostile tracks and highlights abnormal activity as soon as it develops, reducing the burden on the operator and maximising the available reaction time. ViewFinder® strengthens QinetiQ’s Overseas Mission Systems package, which offers analysis, procurement advice and guidance, s...
Netherlands Maritime Technology is a close-knit, successful network of shipyards, suppliers and service providers who work together to achieve the impossible in all locations and conditions. In the field of maritime technology, these companies -- large and small -- are always one step ahead in the quest for new challenges and solutions. Based on a shared pride and passion for the trade, the office organisation underpinning Netherlands Maritime Technology goes the extra mile to facilitate the work of the network in every way possible. Netherlands Maritime Technology serves the interests of the network, provides professional project support, and carries out independent research wherever necessary. There is a particular focus on issues linked to trade, innovation and human capital. Together...
For their 2015 "Day of the Seafarer" campaign, the International Maritime Organization shifted its focus to maritime education. While most people go to work in offices, factories and shops, it’s a different picture for seafarers: an office can be a hundred thousand-ton oil tanker or a cargo ship navigating the world’s oceans with beautiful landscapes. We produced a video to help show how the multi-faceted maritime world offers a series of rich and fulfilling career opportunities for young people, both at sea and ashore.
This video depicts the UAV search and track mission completed for Rapid Environment Picture (REP 12) in Santa Cruz, Portugal on July 12, 2012. This work was done in collaboration between UCB, AFA, FEUP, and the Portuguese Marinha.
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