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Communication at Sea
Discussion of VHF, SSB, Ham, and Satellite communications at sea
Views: 3047 Couch Cruiser
How do we communicate at sea?
How to communicate at sea is a question we get asked a lot. After spending two and a half years sailing offshore, around Europe, Across the Atlantic and the Caribbean, we have our thoughts on the matter. Do you really need an SSB in this day and age? What are the pitfalls? Do you need a sat. phone, or will a yoghurt pot and a ball of string be sufficient? Just what is a Yellowbrick? Just have a watch and see. Thanks so much for watching! Please subscribe, leave a comment and give a thumbs up. Links: www.yachtrubyrose.com www.facebook.com/yachtrubyrose www.twitter.com/yachtrubyrose www.instagram.com/yachtrubyrose Music: Alan Walker- Fade
Communication at Sea
Not only are we able to chat on the VHF radio with our close by competitors and friends but also send in photos and videos and even be on live channels.
Views: 1308 Conrad Colman
Communications at Sea brought to you by MTN Satellite Communications
For more than 30 years, MTN's industry-leading maritime VSAT services and powerful satellite network have been giving maritime customers the solutions they need, anywhere in the world. MTN's extensive portfolio of reliable, consistent maritime VSAT communications services include remote access for the Internet, fixed and mobile phones, fax, television, onboard newspapers, banking services, direct payroll deposit for crew, and other enterprise solutions at sea.
Views: 913 EMC Connected
Losing Communications whilst at Sea...
Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/riley.whitelum/ R8 (Daily Vlog 14 of 21) Does anyone even read these descriptions? Elayna said I had to write one for each episode and I agreed to it because I know she makes the effort to do it for each episode she puts out but I’m not entirely convinced that anyone actually reads them. If anyone out there actually reads this can you please leave a comment so that I don’t feel like I’m speaking to a faceless distant kind of abstract uncommunicative object. Could you please write “I hear you Riley” or “copy that Riley” or even “just write a proper description and stop whinging Riley!” the former part of the sentence is up to you but if you finish with Riley and its along those lines I’ll know that my message has been received… which would be nice, you know, for me. Thanks. Song Credits: 00:37 In the End - Saving Change 03:13 Crazy Rhythm - P’pa Carpenter https://soundcloud.com/pa-carpenter Additional Film/Edit - Abbey Mulraney https://www.facebook.com/abbeyfilmmaker/ Don't forget to like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/sailinglavagabonde Want the chance to come aboard/unseen footage privileges? Please become a Patron and support our production! http://www.patreon.com/LaVagabonde Download Elaynas album here! http://elaynac.bandcamp.com/releases Follow us on Instagram for more up to date locations on La Vaga! http://www.instagram.com/elayna__c/ http://www.instagram.com/riley.whitelum/ Pick up some official La Vaga merch and help support our journey! http://shop-lavagabonde.com Subscribe to our new sexy website for blog posts and updates! http://www.sailing-lavagabonde.com Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/@sailing_lavaga Like Elaynas Music page on the book! http://www.facebook.com/elaynacmusic FAQ What cameras do we use? BIG CAMERA: http://amzn.to/1t6fAfY HANDY CAM: http://amzn.to/25KvT0x GOPRO: http://amzn.to/1t6haPc DRONE: http://amzn.to/2ghAlCK What software do we use? iMovie
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Inmarsat Maritime Vision
The maritime industry is changing. Watch our short video to hear about Inmarsat’s maritime vision in supporting the data revolution and setting a new standard in communications at sea.
Views: 20467 Inmarsat
Share the moment - Mobile Communication at Sea
MCP enable passangers and crew members at sea to use their cell / mobile phone like at home. As a leading onboard communication partner the company offers a complete portfolio of wireless communication services including voice, data, sms, mms, messaging & wifi internet access in maritime environments. Keywords: mobile phone apple wireless iphone ipad cell telephone technology Cloud android tablet marine shipping ship cruise blackberry ocean ios communication wifi motorola crew 4g 3g satellite nokia sms appstore ferry sailing wlan "text message" vessel maritime smartphone "wireless internet" broadband voip telecom "windows phone" offshore gsm "facebook mobile" "twitter mobile" "mobile internet" "mobile mail" "sms message" "cruise ship" cruiseship lte imessage "google phone" "windows mobile" telecommunication cdma mcp symbian onboard telco wimax "satellite internet" "google mobile" "mobile broadband" "internet cafe" gprs "microsoft phone" wcdma "satellite phone" umts "satellite service" "sms gateway" "sms application" "satellite services" "skype mobile" "satellite communication" [email protected] "international sms" roaming "international call" calling webcafe telenor "internet kiosk" vsat inmarsat cybercafe [email protected] "satellite broadband" "marine communications" pda "maritime communications" "offshore communications" "wireless maritime" passenger "maritime communications partner" "maritime communication services" crewsim surfatsea cellatsea
MTN Nexus™ to Transform At-Sea Communications
MTN's next generation network a first ever satellite and terrestrial hybrid solution to deliver content, social media and calling solutions developed specifically for the maritime industry
Views: 545 EMC Connected
Current Trends and Developments in the Maritime Satellite Communications Industry
Marlink recently caught up with key industry speakers at Posidonia in Athens, the world's most prestigious maritime event. Exploring the state of the industry, key trends and developments, predictions for the future and the core focus areas for 2012 in the maritime satellite communications market; this video asks: What is the current focus in the maritime satellite communications industry and how do you see it developing?
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How much of a quantum leap is China’s new satellite? Experts discuss
China has launched the world's first quantum satellite into space, taking its scientists a step closer towards securing "hack-proof" communications using quantum technology. Will this make China a space superpower? Yang Yuguang, a professor at the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation; Robert Young, a reader of quantum information at the University of Lancaster; Amitabha Ghosh, chair of the Science Operations Group under the NASA Mars Rover Mission; and John Horack, a professor from Ohio State University, discuss the "quantum leap". Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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OceanTRx Maritime SatCom Solution by ORBIT
OceanTRx is an innovative Satellite Communication platform for maritime applications such as Navy, off shore oil&gas vessels and commercial ships. The OceanTRx is available in 1.15m antenna and in 2.2m antenna. Visit us at: http://www.orbit-cs.com
ICT DISCOVERY: How satellite communication works
Satellite is the king of communication. Signals can be found in any location, regardless of the issue. When radio and phone lines are down due to national disaster it is satellites that are used to save lives. But what is it about them that allows them to do so much and from such great distance? Find out here. Language: English ICT Discovery is the fascinating story of information and communication technologies (ICT) told from the very heart of the ICT industry. Through interactive exhibitions and educational programs, ICT Discovery’s mission is to entertain and educate the public on the evolution and exciting future of ICT alongside the role of ITU in connecting our world and facilitating the transformation of people’s lives everywhere. Website: www.ictdiscovery.org For reservation: www.ictdiscovery.org/reservation
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Military Satellite Communications with GD SATCOM On-The-Move Antennas
General Dynamics SATCOM On-The-Move antennas provide secure, beyond-line-of-sight communications for U.S. and Coalition troops operating in remote locations. Designed for rugged tactical environments, these antennas can be mounted on a fast moving vehicle, boat, or aircraft and provide troops with reliable X, Ku, or Ka Mil and commercial band satellite communications while they travel through rough terrain. Learn more at: http://bit.ly/GD_SOTM_Terminals
[Example] Vessel Traffic Services and VHF communication (REPORT, GMDSS, etc...)
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MTN's Hybrid Network Transforms  Communications At-Sea on the New Norwegian Getaway
MTN Communications (MTN) announces it is supporting Norwegian Cruise Line's launch of the newly-Christened Norwegian Getaway with its advanced hybrid communications network. This innovative network enables satellite and terrestrial broadband connectivity for higher performance connections on large vessels both at-sea and in-port.
Views: 504 EMC Connected
Satellite Technology Overview
A good backgrounding in the basic technologies used in today's communications satellites. Presented by Mark Long, well known technology writer in the field of satellites. Covers C-band and Ku-band, large and small dishes, two-way dishes for broadband internet, and much more.
Views: 56927 David Shelburne
Cheap Satellite Communication for your RV, Boat, or Hike (Review)
SUPPORT MY CHANNEL FOR FREE with AMAZON! This inreach explorer can be found at: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B01MY03CZP/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=15121&creative=330641&creativeASIN=B01MY03CZP&linkCode=as2&tag=linescrew1-20&linkId=9df6b7bb763f61ed3577165935b8dd64 There are several options for communication in remote travel areas away from cell phone service and some of them are very expensive, like the Iridium Satellite Phones. This is an more cheaper alternative for communication and safety when traveling almost anywhere on earth. The Garmin inreach explorer+ sells for about $450 US dollars and requires a subscription service. Prices vary from country to country and you can select the plan that is right for you and they start at around $30 a month. A small price to pay to save your life or anyone else in an emergency I think. This unit can text 2 ways, send emails and post to Facebook and twitter and is also a GPS unit. The built in lithium battery has a long life and the unit is well built and water resistant. What are your thoughts on these devices? In the meantime, keep your wheels on the ground! Music used under paid license from Epidemic Sound.
Views: 8438 Linescrew1
Satellite communication on the move - SOTM - COTM
SkyWAN is now optimized for communication on the move // visit us at www.ndsatcom.com
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XChange Bring Your Own Device - Allows crew to stay online at sea just like at home.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is an innovative, easy to deploy and use solution that provides seafarers with voice and data communications via personal devices. Staff at sea can now easily call home using their own smartphone/tablet, and at their fingertips manage their data connections to surf the web, send emails or check news... All this in privacy and even from their cabin. BYOD is based on our XChange solution, which manages connectivity to all satellite networks for voice, VoIP & data. XChange eases the communications management, providing centralised user, access & security management.
Preparing for Cruising the Everglades: Garmin inReach Explorer+ - Satellite Communication
We're preparing to continue our Great Loop Adventure, and next up is swinging around the Florida Keys. We'll be passing through the Everglades, where there are huge gaps in cellular coverage. We want to be prepared for checking the weather, sending for help and communicating with family & work colleagues. So we've picked up a Garmin inReach Explorer+ satellite communicator to test out. This is our quick unboxing and sharing of the technology. Premium members of our MobileInternetInfo.com website will be able to follow along the adventure with the tracking updates the device will post to help us test it out! Stay tuned... more Great Loop adventure footage coming soon! Links: Garmin inReach Explorer+ on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2fnE3MS Our Review/Product Info Page: https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/review-center/garmin-inreach/ Info on Membership: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com/membership Enjoy our content? Share the love back - here's some ideas: www.technomadia.com/thanks ---------------------------------- Cherie & Chris have been full time technomads since 2006. In the winter we explore land in our 1961 GM 4106 bus conversion. In the spring/summer we move aboard our 1999 Bayliner 4788 slowly exploring America's waterways along the Great Loop. We share for fun in our spare time. We have full time jobs that fund our adventures - running www.MobileInternetInfo.com - where we track mobile internet options for RVers and cruisers. We love sharing a slice of our life with others at www.technomadia.com, Facebook and Instagram. Come join the adventure! © Technomadia 2017 For entertainment purposes only. See our website for a full disclaimer.
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One Clear Path for Communications: Cruise Industry
http://www.harriscaprock.com - As cruise ships move around, satellite has really been the only option operators can choose for communications at sea. But the prevalence of multiple bands that are only good in specific ranges has caused cruise ships to have to have as many as six separate satellite dishes just to keep crew and customers connected. Now with Harris CapRock One, cruise line operators can deliver the kind of connectivity their passengers expect with less capital expenditure. Learn more at http://www.harriscaprock.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Cruise_WP_FINAL.pdf.
Views: 531 Harris CapRock
Watch SpaceX launch the Es'Hail-2 Satellite!
SpaceX is being paid by Es’HailSat, Qatar’s national satellite communication company, to send the Es’Hail 2 satellite into a geosynchronous transfer orbit. SpaceX will be launching the satellite on of one of their Falcon 9 rockets. This will be the second flight for this Block 5 booster, it previous launched the Telstar 19V satellite on July 22, 2018. NEW SHOP NOW OPEN!!! - https://everydayastronaut.com/shop/ Want more info? Here's a complete and simple rundown for you! - https://everydayastronaut.com/prelaunch-preview-spacex-eshail-2/ Check out my new podcast!!!! - https://ourludicrousfuture.com Show your support and join our discord channel by becoming a Patron - http://patreon.com/everydayastronaut Thinking about ordering a Tesla? Get free unlimited supercharging!! http://ts.la/tim19804 Already order a Model 3 and waiting for delivery? You can use my referral code too (talk to your advisor) tim19804 :)
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Space Communications Laboratory at the National Institute of Information&Communications Technology
The Space Communications Laboratory at Japan’s National Institute of Information and Communications Technology is a recognized world leader in space-based communications systems, with more than 25 years of experience in conducting cutting-edge research on satellite communications the lab holds many world-record achievements, including the establishment of the first satellite laser link in the world. The Space Communications Laboratory conducts research and development focusing on optical (laser) and radio frequency (RF) satellite communications. The laboratory has approximately 50 members including researchers, students, and supporting staff. Its objectives are to establish satellite communications to develop communication networks that can be used at sea, aerospace and in space, and be useful in mobile situations, and for disaster prevention and mitigation. The lab is currently engaged in a number of exciting research projects. The Wideband Inter-Networking engineering test and Demonstration Satellite (WINDS) project aims to establish the technologies needed for high data rate satellite communications, including its uninterrupted use on board moving vehicles or boats. The Small Optical TrAnsponder (SOTA) project is working to develop optical satellite communications technology for very small satellites, developing 6 kg-class ultra-compact optical communications equipment for demonstration on board small-sat SOCRATES. In addition, The Lab will be working on projects for JAXA’s Engineering Test Satellite (ETS) IX project, including high-capacity Ka band radio frequency (RF) communications as well as the High-speed Communication with Laser Instrument project (HICALI). NICT forms close ties with the academic and business communities in Japan as well as with research institutes overseas, while making sure its research is brought back to benefit society. In this way, NICT is making people’s lives safer and more productive, building a society that is full of intellectual creativity and dynamism, as well as a world that values harmony and peace.
Views: 291 WebsEdgeEducation
Harris Corporation - Maritime Satellite Communications Terminal
https://www.harris.com/solution-grouping/maritime-satcom Harris provides Maritime Communication services and systems.
Views: 1906 Harris Corporation
Empowered by Knowledge: Technical Training for High-End Technologies
Cobham SATCOM Maritime is a division of Cobham SATCOM under Cobham plc, a British company that operates internationally. Cobham SATCOM Maritime is the world’s leader in satellite and radio communication within the maritime industry, offering both the SAILOR® and Sea Tel product lines which feature state-of-the-art technology and service. In addition to both standard and custom classroom options, Cobham SATCOM also provides product training in the form of online training. Cobham SATCOM’s online training is interactive and self-paced, bringing a user up-to-speed on features, functionality and hands-on operability. Standard training offerings include regularly scheduled courses, and custom offerings are specifically tailored to the student base or company in time, content and duration. Cobham SATCOM is pleased to offer training at various levels to bring users of their technologies, whether beginner, intermediate, or advanced, up to any level.
Inmarsat analyzes the communication between its satellites and missing aircraft
Inmarsat analyzes the communication between its satellites and missing aircraft
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SeaFI : Furthest maritime broadband transmission without satellite or cellular network
With ECDIS the future of lighthouses is somewhat compromised. Ships at sea hardly need anymore lighthouses to find their position at sea. Once used to flash light at sea, they can easily be turned into a powerful hotspot for ship, from flashing light to wireless marine data communication the conversion is painless... This world record is actively supported by: Mainport: http://www.mainport.ie Rittal: https://www.rittal.com Polar Navy: https://www.polarnavy.com Quark-Elec: https://www.quark-elec.com Commissioners of Irish Lights: http://www.irishlights.ie Website : https://www.sea-tech.ie Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/seatech.ie/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SEAtech_IE Press release IrishExaminer: http://shr.gs/yjbSbGQ Copyright SEA-Tech Evolution
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Hongyan low-orbit Internet satellite constellation
At the 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation announced Hongyan, or Wild Goose, a global Internet constellation of 300 low-orbit small satellites planned to be completed by 2025. Shi Pingyan (director of the Fifth Research Institute of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation): "This is to provide a global solution for our future satellite broadband access and services such as the Internet of Things with our current telecommunication technology". He Mu (application director of the Hongyan project): "Convenient communication will be available to people like sailors at sea or passengers on high-speed trains through our low-orbit satellites. The chip can be integrated into the mobile phone, so that everyone holding an ordinary mobile phone will have access to seamless satellite telecommunication with global coverage". The first Hongyan satellite is scheduled to be launched by the end of the year. Credit: China Central Television (CCTV)
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Floating Area Network (FAN)®
Currently any two vessels at sea that communicate with each other do so through satellite communications. Even if two vessels are only a few miles apart, the first vessel communicates to a satellite which relays the message, via a Network Operations Center, back to the satellite and down to the second vessel. Intellicheck Mobilisa has developed the next generation wireless network technology, Floating Area Network (FAN) that augments the current technology and provides a cost effective and efficient way of providing network connectivity within line of sight; alleviating the need to rely so heavily on satellite communications. Utilizing an Intellicheck Mobilisa developed mesh Ad-Hoc network, ships at sea can communicate line of sight without utilizing Satellite communications. Video and Data can be transmitted simultaneously in a fraction of the normal communications time. Ships configured with FAN are able to join and leave the network with other ships within line of sight of their antennas. Such a solution is a cost effective and an efficient way of communicating between vessels that are in close proximity of each other. Intellicheck Mobilisa successfully completed exercise Trident Warrior - 08 in June 2008 where the system performed extremely well and was used by the ships in real world scenarios.
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Maresk Line & Ericsson - Global Communication at sea
Præsentationsfilm produceret til CES messen 2012 for Ericsson & Maersk Line
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Satellite Antenna Blocking Calculator
if you would like to know some disturbances of satellite communication by the blocking areas at sea, please let us know, then w can show you exact range of the blocking areas at a given direction or areas in seconds so that you can alter course to such directions for better communications
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Created by the Bell Telephone System and released in 1962, "BEHIND THE SCENES WITH TELSTAR" tells story of how the Bell System, in cooperation with NASA, developed the Telstar satellite, and participated in the launch and the subsequent successful transmission of signals to and from the earth and space. Telstar 1 launched on top of a Thor-Delta rocket on July 10, 1962. It successfully relayed through space the first television pictures, telephone calls, and fax images, and provided the first live transatlantic TV feed. Telstar 2 launched May 7, 1963. Telstar 1 and 2—though no longer functional—still orbit the Earth. Belonging to AT&T, the original Telstar was part of a multi-national agreement among AT&T (USA), Bell Telephone Laboratories (USA), NASA (USA), GPO (United Kingdom) and the National PTT (France) to develop experimental satellite communications over the Atlantic Ocean. Bell Labs held a contract with NASA, paying the agency for each launch, independent of success. The American ground station—built by Bell Labs—was Andover Earth Station, in Andover, Maine. The main British ground station was at Goonhilly Downs in southwestern England. The French ground station was at Pleumeur-Bodou (48°47′10″N 3°31′26″W) in north-western France. The satellite was built by a team at Bell Telephone Laboratories that included John Robinson Pierce, who created the project; Rudy Kompfner, who invented the traveling-wave tube transponder that the satellite used; and James M. Early, who designed its transistors and solar panels. The original Telstar had a single innovative transponder that could relay data, a single television channel, or multiplexed telephone circuits. Since the spacecraft spun, it required an array of antennas around its "equator" for uninterrupted microwave communication with Earth. Launched by NASA aboard a Delta rocket from Cape Canaveral on July 10, 1962, Telstar 1 was the first privately sponsored space launch. Telstar was placed in an elliptical orbit completed once every 2 hours and 37 minutes, inclined at an angle of approximately 45 degrees to the equator, with perigee about 952 kilometres (592 mi) from Earth and apogee about 5,933 kilometres (3,687 mi) from Earth. Due to its non-geosynchronous orbit, Telstar's availability for transatlantic signals was limited to the 20 minutes in each 2.5 hour orbit when the satellite passed over the Atlantic Ocean. The antennas were housed in radomes the size of a 14-story office building. Two of these antennas were used, one in Andover, Maine, and the other in France at Pleumeur-Bodou. The GPO antenna at Goonhilly Downs in Great Britain was a conventional 26-meter-diameter paraboloid. Telstar 1 relayed its first, and non-public, television pictures—a flag outside Andover Earth Station—to Pleumeur-Bodou on July 11, 1962. Almost two weeks later, on July 23, at 3:00 p.m. EDT, it relayed the first publicly available live transatlantic television signal.The first pictures were the Statue of Liberty in New York and the Eiffel Tower in Paris.The first broadcast was to have been remarks by President John F. Kennedy, but the signal was acquired before the president was ready, so engineers filled the lead-in time with a short segment of a televised game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. From there, the video switched first to Washington, DC; then to Cape Canaveral, Florida; to the Seattle World's Fair; then to Quebec and finally to Stratford, Ontario. The Washington segment included remarks by President Kennedy. Telstar 1, which had ushered in a new age of the commercial use of technology, became a victim of technology during the Cold War. The day before Telstar 1 launched, a U.S. high-altitude nuclear bomb (called Starfish Prime) had energized the Earth's Van Allen Belt where Telstar 1 went into orbit. This vast increase in a radiation belt, combined with subsequent high-altitude blasts, including a Soviet test in October, overwhelmed Telstar's fragile transistors. It went out of service in November 1962, after handling over 400 telephone, telegraph, facsimile and television transmissions. It was restarted by a workaround in early January 1963. The additional radiation associated with its return to full sunlight once again caused a transistor failure, this time irreparably, and Telstar 1 went out of service on February 21, 1963. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 3780 PeriscopeFilm
Modern Marine Communications - Mr. Kartik Sinha, Inmarsat
DVD 42 Kartik Sinha Inmarsat Kartik Sinha Marine Market Manager INMARSAT -- www.inmarsat.com Kartik Sinha speaks of his career as a seafarer and moving ashore after obtaining his mates and masters certificate in the United Kingdom. Thereafter he got married and became a father which changed his views on life. By this time he had completed a BSC Marine Operations covering Marine Law and Shipmanagement. Following on, he obtained a masters in business at Edinburg University. In doing so, he looked at what education he had undergone and undertook a gap analysis of where he was and where he wanted to go. Having done so, he then completed the missing units. He moved into corporate finance and thereafter to Inmarsat where he obviously relishing his work. He speaks of his work and the equipment on hand in the "hub" to help him in it which includes a full bridge simulator including the hardware used in communicating through Inmarsat. He enthused about a unit that has been developed to allow communication between GSM phones via an Inmarsat terminal a fantastic welfare facility to have on board as it allows seafarers to make calls using their mobile phones from their cabins onboard. All in all, Kartik provides a fascinating insight into the capabilities of modern maritime communication technology. Inmarsat's Story Inmarsat has been at the forefront of mobile satellite services for over 31 years. We are recognised leaders in our field and we continue to introduce new technologies that redefine the standard for our industry. As of August 2010, Boeing, the US aerospace manufacturer, has been contracted to build a pioneering new constellation of satellites - the Inmarsat-5s. They will form the backbone of our planned Inmarsat Global Xpress™ network, delivering mobile broadband speeds of up to 50 megabits per second. Global coverage Our current fleet of 11-satellites already provides seamless mobile voice and data communications around the world, enabling users to make phone calls or connect to the internet - whenever and wherever they need - on land, at sea or in the air. Inmarsat's award-winning Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) service, for example, makes it possible for TV broadcasters to beam live breaking news from remote locations into millions of homes. And in future, when you make a mobile phone call or send a text message from an aircraft, it's likely to be routed via the Inmarsat satellites to the ground. Safety services But for the maritime community our communication and safety services are nothing new. Their lives and livelihoods have depended upon Inmarsat for more than a quarter of a century. We were founded in 1979 to ensure that ships could stay in constant touch by telephone. In 1999, we became the first intergovernmental organisation to transform into a private company and, in 2005, were floated on the London Stock Exchange.
Views: 1734 FASTfaceofshipping
Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Trailer
https://www.johnsabella.com/detail.lasso?title=650847 In the 1980s, agencies including the International Telecommunications Union and the International Maritime Organization collaborated on the development of a global search and rescue plan based on a combination of satellite and terrestrial radio services. Called the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System, it changed international distress communications from being primarily a system of ship-to-ship communications, to a ship-to-shore communications system.
Views: 52007 John Sabella
Sea Tel 4012GX The First Ku to Ka Upgradeable System for Maritime
Sea Tel 4012 GX is the first antenna system that is fully optimized to meet the demanding maritime communication needs of the 21st century. This 3-Axis marine stabilized antenna system is compatible with most Ku-band satellites and optionally convertible to Ka-band to work on Inmarsat's Global Express network.
Views: 354 MECSatCom
This video highlights the achievements of American entrepreneur Cyrus fields and the story behind the birth of transatlantic communications. The fact the north Atlantic sea bed is a flat & level plateau was one of the main reasons this cable could be installed in the first place. No curvature found again! I was lucky enough to spend a few months at the submarine base located at Lands Ends, Cornwall working on the new fibre optic cable which had been laid across the North Atlantic in the early 1990's. I have visited the well hidden underground RSS [remote subscriber station] still maintained by the UK government. They maintain these old telegraph cables for times of national emergencies. This old telegraph cable I came across, (I was told) runs from Cornwall, UK to India and onto Australia and dates back to the time of the British Empire. The comms industry has been using these hardwired underground cables for over 160 years. This video tells the story behind the history of the first Transatlantic cable ever laid and the American entrepreneur, Cyrus Field whose determination and efforts got this first transatlantic cable laid despite many setbacks. Some real communication history for the NASA satellite fanboys to digest. Intro Music, many thanks too: U2, Satellite of Love,(cover of the Lou Reed classic) Taken from the UK CD single, ONE. Many Thanks also to the U.S. PBS service & British pathe news archive for the video footage used here. truly appreciated. Enjoy. Research Flat Earth.
Views: 336 Jack Dunphy
SEVSAT from Ship Equip
This is the first in a series of videos showing what SEVSAT from Ship Equip is. SEVSAT is a maritime VSAT solution from Ship Equip providing high speed broadband at sea using stablised antenna to transmit satellite signals. Find out more at www.ship-equip.com
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SpaceX starlink - video detailing service SpaceX plans to launch in mod 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFvV9ZgEB2A SPACEX STARLINK INTERNET A LICENCE TO PRINT MONEY I’ve talked about SpaceX and its CEOs vision, Mars Colonization but also Lunar Base and longer term colonization of entire solar system. However, none of these come cheap and none are possible without massive investments. Although Elon Musk could go and seek investors for his ideas, and no doubt he’ll be able to get few on-board, perhaps even raise $20-30 billion. Problem is, as alarming this might sound $20-30 billion won’t be enough for what Elon Musk is proposing. Proposed Mars Base Alpha, alone would cost in the region of $20 billion, mostly in cargo missions to deliver engineering equipment and necessary supplies. There’s limit to what 3d printing and tunnelling bots can do. If we consider each BFR system consisting of Big Falcon Rocket and Big Falcon Spaceship comes at conservative $575 million, and Spacex plans to send at least 4 BFS to Mars, the cost of sending people to Mars won’t be cheap by any stretch of imagination. So how does Elon Musk plan to finance his Martian Adventure? Well he could go to financiers and investors, but lesson from Tesla might be one of the reason why looking for investors for this particular project isn’t ideal, and most investors want their money back, ideally in short space of time. Tesla has its own issues, and financially won’t be capable of generating profits on scale SpaceX needs to finance interplanetary expansion, so there must be something else. And yes there is something else, it is called Starlink, and not many people know abut , I’ve made a video about it while back, link in the description. So what is Starlink you might wonder? Or not, for those who don’t know what it is, here is a brief explanation. Starlink is a satellite constellation that will provide worldwide internet cover with 6gigabit high speed internet service, initially throughout the North America, eventually the rest of the world. The service will be highly competitive and mostly cheaper than current service providers’ offer, but also wireless, most likely based on 4G and 5G infrastructure. In some places the service will be free, poor parts of Asia and Africa, but it is also aimed at businesses who need really fast, reliable internet service across the globe, and to achieve this amazing feet, SpaceX will launch up to 12 000 small 500kg satellites that will cover entire globe, literally every corner of the planet, even the Antarctica. In essence, what Starlink will do, is make current internet and communication infrastructure pretty much redundant and obsolete by late 2020s, and if you can imagine Netflix, which has what 140 million customers and is worth over $100 billion with revenue now exceeding $12 billion, imagine that, just 10 or 20 times larger, offering all that plus very fast internet. This is what Starlink could become within a decade, and it’ll be solely owned subsidiary of SpaceX, literally a licence to print money. And the fun thing about Starlink, eventually it’ll be available throughout the solar system, with network extending to the Moon and Mars as first humans set a foot on Mars, you’ll literally be able to talk to live Martians, albeit with 20-25 minutes delay. So how soon can we expect Starlink to be operational, well there are no specific dates yet, but Elon Musk hopes to have partial service to North America in early to Mid-2020s, with global coverage sometimes in mid-2020s to 2027. Only question remains, what happens to likes of Verizon and Comcast, who carved up US market in to monopolies, offering appallingly bad and very expensive service, not to worry, Elon Musk to the rescue.
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Faster and More Powerful Satellite Internet Is on Its Way, Here’s How
The ViaSat-2 satellite could provide a continuous internet connection from North America to Europe. Here's how this massive satellite works. How Big Do You Think This Spacecraft Is? Guess Again… - https://youtu.be/CRe7G7WMj0Q For more epic stories of innovation that shaped our future, check out https://www.theageofaerospace.com Read More: ViaSat-2’s ‘First of its Kind’ Design Will Enable Broad Geographic Reach http://spacenews.com/35369viasat-2s-first-of-its-kind-design-will-enable-broad-geographic-reach/ “Satellite broadband services and hardware provider ViaSat Inc. on May 16 announced that its $625 million ViaSat-2 Ka-band satellite system will use a Boeing-built satellite employing a design that has never been seen before.” Ted Cruz: US Satellites Are Vulnerable to ‘Truly Chilling’ Enemy Attack https://www.seeker.com/space/ted-cruz-us-satellites-are-vulnerable-to-truly-chilling-enemy-attack “The United States' national security and economy depend heavily on the country's many advanced satellites, Cruz said, from military reconnaissance and communications spacecraft to the commercial birds that enable ATM withdrawals and credit-card purchases.” Spying from Space: How the CIA Recovered Film From Secret Satellites https://www.seeker.com/videos/spying-from-space-how-the-cia-recovered-film-from-secret-satellites “In May 1960, the Soviets shot down a U-2 spy plane over Soviet airspace. U-2s could fly at 70,000 feet (21.3km) but apparently, that wasn't high enough. We needed to go higher. To space!” ____________________ Seeker inspires us to see the world through the lens of science and evokes a sense of curiosity, optimism and adventure. Visit the Seeker website https://www.seeker.com/videos Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker http://www.seeker.com/ This episode of Seeker was hosted by Trace Dominguez Written by: Victoria Barrios
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Communication as aid: How satellites help the Philippines respond to natural disasters
Typhoon Haiyan — also known as Super Typhoon Yolanda — made landfall in the Philippines in November 2013, leaving massive amounts of damage to electricity and telecommunications infrastructure in its wake. It left those affected without access to critical information and unable to contact their families. Devex takes a deeper look into how satellite communications had an impact in response efforts, and how partners are preparing for future disasters.
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Effective Communication on Board Ship
Effective Communication on Board. The learning objectives for this Video are: To understand the importance of good communication procedures on all levels, in order to achieve safe and efficient ship operation. Keypoints What is Communication? Different types of communication Results of Communication Problems Causes and occurrence of communication problems Ship bridge communication Good bridge communications IMO publication Sea speak Safety watches keeping on GMDSS ships VHF watch keeping MF watch keeping HF watch keeping Log keeping Testing Radio equipment Pollution prevention Emergency situations Helicopter operations ECDIS Voyage Planning https://youtu.be/Y1w-VY2rQok Duties And Responsibilities of Officer On Watch https://youtu.be/vQjdZW6bFZc Effective Communication on Board Ship https://youtu.be/1gJVheCycjk Marine Weather Routing https://youtu.be/vkoqIKQJqWk What is Piracy? https://youtu.be/yIOd0M3BVyU Safety Voyage Planning https://youtu.be/e8emcY9pTho Disabled Ship – Emergencies https://youtu.be/riHd6Ez5tBs Don't Forget to Subscribe Us Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineOnlineYoutube Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarineOnlineYou Follow Google+ https://plus.google.com/107450234425940445683
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A future for maritime communications without satellites
Editor Martyn Wingrove uses foresight to imagine a long-term future of maritime communications without satellites
Iridium NEXT Satellite Constellation
Download the video: http://bit.ly/gvqbTP Iridium NEXT will give Iridium the capability to meet rapidly expanding demand for truly global mobile communications on land, at sea, and in the skies. By supporting enhanced and entirely new services for Iridium customers across a growing range of industries and geographical areas, Iridium NEXT will drive innovation in rapidly expanding areas such as: * Enterprise global voice and data connectivity * Asset tracking and other machine-to-machine (M2M) applications * New data-centric applications. For more information on Iridium NEXT, visit our website: http://www.iridium.com/About/IridiumNEXT.aspx Get the latest press release: http://www.iridium.com/About/Newsroom.aspx
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MTN Satellite Communications
Derrick from MTN Satellite Communications talking about his team's performance at this years Spinathon 2011 benefiting Kids in Distress.
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Space: The Final Junkyard (Space Documentary) | Spark
In the rush to conquer space and send communication satellites into orbit, the danger posed by the waste products of these missions has been overlooked. With tens of thousands of pieces of junk orbiting Earth at high speeds, all capable of destroying a spacecraft or sending a satellite plummeting to the ground, there is a real possibility of the great space adventure soon being brought to a premature end. Originally broadcast in 1999. Content licensed by DRG Distributions. Any queries, contact us at [email protected] Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech and engineering videos - https://goo.gl/LIrlur Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SparkDocs/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spark_channel/?hl=undefined #Space #spacejunkyard #spacedebris #danger #destruction #science #technology #eco-space #spacecrash #engineering #spacetravel
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China shocks world 1st high throughput communications satellite
China launches 1st high throughput communications satellite China today successfully launched a new communication satellite which will enable passengers of high-speed trains to watch high-definition videos smoothly and help those at the scene of natural disasters. Shijian-13, China's first high-throughput communications satellite, was launched from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in China's southwestern Sichuan Province. The satellite, with a transfer capacity of 20 Gbps and a designed orbital life of 15 years, was sent into orbit on a Long March-3B carrier rocket, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. The satellite, which has a higher message capacity than the combined capacity of all of China's previous communications satellites, is capable of providing better Internet access on planes and high-speed trains, as well as in less-developed regions. While in orbit, the satellite will undergo tests on its broadband multimedia satellite communications system and the high speed laser communication technology between the ground and the satellite. "The launch is a milestone for China's communications satellite technology," said Tian Yulong, chief engineer of the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence. Different from previous satellites fuelled by chemicals, Shijian-13 is the first Chinese satellite to be powered by electricity. Using electricity as propellant could potentially improve efficiency by as much as 10 times compared with those that use chemicals as a propellant, said Zhou Zhicheng, commander in chief of Shijian-13 satellite system. Zhou added that it can also help extend satellite life and reduce launch weight significantly. For the first time, a large number of domestic components have been used on the communications satellite. It is also the first time a laser communications system has been installed on a Chinese high orbit satellite with a long lifespan, Xinhua added. Disclaimer- The fact and story in this video is taken from various news agencies . Our intention is only to publish this through our channel not hurting anyone . We always try to make video true to real facts Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiitMbzpAh88R0J5jCWynQw Tags 中国发射第一台高通量通信卫星 Zhōngguó fāshè dì yī tái gāo tōng liàng tōngxìn wèixīng Китай запустил первый высокопроизводительный спутник связи Kitay zapustil pervyy vysokoproizvoditel'nyy sputnik svyazi سیٹلائٹ کا آغاز چین کے 1st اعلی throughput مواصلاتی चीन ने 1 उच्च-थ्रूपुट संचार उपग्रह को लॉन्च किया cheen ne 1 uchch-throoput sanchaar upagrah ko lonch kiya Keyword.china satellite.china space.satellite dish.china space news.communication satellite.satellite tv.satellite imagery.quantum satellite.china map.quantum communication.internet news.about north korea.chinese news.hyperspectral.chinese satellite.china drone.satellite.junk collector.tv china.north korea latest news.map of china.map china.north korea news.news in chinese.china weather.china new.news north korea.latest north korea news.chinese drone.quantum internet.latest news on north korea.latest china news.drone china.news on north korea.latest news north korea.china gp.china quantum satellite.chinese military news.internet in china.stealth drone.satellite news.chinese gp.quantum.china internet.university of science and technology of china.satellites in space.china defence.china.satellite launch.china google.news internet.secret internet.asia weather satellite.space race.china space program.chinese space program.china north korea.first quantum.north korea china.china and north korea.beidou.china on map.first satellite.chinese space station.weather satellite asia.to launch.secretchina.first satellite in space.china on a map.north korea and china.chinese space agency.northkorea news.images of china.missile test.who is china.china news.china hacking.pictures of china.china space launch.
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ADVANCED UNMANNED patrol boat for NATO Military members
Another great idea for NATO military this new boat will come in handy for NATO military members. The Katana, named for a samurai sword, will be used to protect oil rigs, ship interception, port security. IAI highlights the craft's reliability, with "no chance of a mishap stopping a mission" Aerospace Industries (IAI) unveiled Tuesday its new unmanned vessel, the Katana, designed for routine security missions near the shore and at sea. "We named it after the Japanese samurai sword, because we wanted to emphasize the system's speed, reliability and lethality," the IAI said. The Katana can be operated both as a standard autonomously-operated combat vessel, and as a craft activated from a distance from a control station with an advanced system. The craft is able to deliver a real-time view by detecting, identifying and classifying both near and far targets, and can intercept them if needed. "The Katana is designated for homeland security missions and for missions of security of offshore installations such as oil rigs and fuel or gas pipelines. It will also be used for port security missions, will aid in closing off certain areas at sea and interception missions of ships," said Eyal Sharabani of the M.L.M. Israel Aerospace Industries factory. The Katana, sized 12 meters (39 feet) long and 2.80 meters (9 feet) wide, is able to reach a speed of 60 knots, over 110 kilometers (68 miles) per hour. And, says Shaharbani, "is equipped with many optical systems, weapon systems and advanced communication systems – both wired communication and satellite communication – and with command systems and navigation systems." Shaharbani said that the Katana developers had placed a special emphasis on reliability, making it unsinkable. "It has two powerful motors and it never sinks. There is no chance of any mishap happening that will stop an unmanned vessel on its mission. "The Katana includes electro-optical systems that allows whoever operating it from a distant station have the possibility of seeing the entire marine environment and focusing on a specific target. In terms of satellite communication, the Katana can be operated from Tel Baruch beach when the boat is at the Pacific Ocean." At this stage the Katana is not part of the IDF's operational fleet, but the Israel Navy is already making use of unmanned watercrafts. One such vessel is "The Protector", employed in routine security measures off the Gaza coast in recent years. The IDF said in May 2013 that the navy will use the newest version of the craft, which allows, among other things, to reach more distant destinations.
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SpaceX Launches Falcon 9 Rocket Carrying Qatari Satellite
Nov.15 -- Sean Casey, Silicon Valley Space Center co-founder and managing director, reacts as a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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