Weather forecast for Port Ust-Luga , Baltic sea 17.04.2015-20.04.2015
Views: 23 harry paule
Weather forecast for Port Ust-Luga , Baltic sea 01.04.2015-04.04.2015
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SPS Witowo Radio Station (Jaroslawiec, Poland), situated on the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea, it provides local navigation warnings and Weather bulletins. YL Polish speaking 2720 kHz USB 2017-09-27 UTC 17.59 Monitoring location: Belgium, Grid: JO20sm Radio: Elad FDM-DUOr Antenna: End-Fed Antenna 80-10 meters band SDR Software: Elad FDM-SW2
Views: 99 SWL Vitor Jacinto
Weather forecast for Port Ust-Luga , Baltic sea 31.03.2015-03.04.2015
Views: 42 harry paule
The Baltic Sea is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean, enclosed by Scandinavia, Finland, the Baltic countries, and the North and Central European Plain. The sea stretches from 53°N to 66°N latitude and from 10°E to 30°E longitude. A mediterranean sea of the Atlantic, with limited water exchange between the two bodies, the Baltic Sea drains through the Danish islands into the Kattegat by way of the straits of Øresund, the Great Belt, and the Little Belt. It includes the Gulf of Bothnia, the Bay of Bothnia, the Gulf of Finland, the Gulf of Riga, and the Bay of Gdańsk. The Baltic Proper is bordered on its northern edge, at the latitude 60°N, by the Åland islands and the Gulf of Bothnia, on its northeastern edge by the Gulf of Finland, on its eastern edge by the Gulf of Riga, and in the west by the Swedish part of the southern Scandinavian Peninsula. The Baltic Sea is connected by artificial waterways to the White Sea via the White Sea Canal and to the German Bight of the North Sea via the Kiel Canal.
Views: 22 Ruin Explorers
After some more rainy days in France, we get some last minute maintenance out of the way, and head out to sea again! Although we would love to make it directly to Spain, the Forecast has been confusing and we can´t decide until we reach Brest. After that, it´s 100% comitment all the way to the Spanish Coast. We have some surprising company along the way that made our voyage much nicer! If you like our videos, make sure to subscribe so you know everytime something new is out! And give us a thumbs up if you like the video! Music: Terrain - Splasher Good World Gone Bad (Wildside Remix) - Splasher Sweet Embrace - Go For Howell Hold Up - Fasion Lucid - AGST Stan Forebee - The Essenchills Volume 1 - I'm Walkin Appalachian Trail - Martin Carlberg Abstract Indie Nr 02 - Jack Elphick Guggenz - Chillhop Essentials - Summer 2016 - Business As Usual Forget About Yourself - Martin Hall Don´t forget to chek out: https://www.facebook.com/svkauana/ https://www.instagram.com/kauana_sailing_expedition/ https://sailingkauana.wordpress.com/ And if you want to drop a line we would love to hear from you! [email protected]
Views: 13132 Kauana Sailing Expedition
An example on how high resolution, high precision forecast data from Foreca Ltd in Finland is used with Metacast from ChyronHego.
Views: 19 Karl H. Eggestad
Was Watching this video early this morning and felt led to download and share it. One of the last things Minister Paul said was to share this in any way we can....God bless you all.
Views: 713 Minister James Burgin
(3 Oct 2018) LEAD-IN: A Finnish icebreaker has conducted an oil spill response exercise in the Baltic sea, testing a new in-built oil recovery system, a first ever for an icebreaker. STORYLINE: This is the Polaris. She can collect up to 1,400 cubic tons of oil in the harshest and icy weather conditions. The Polaris operates mainly in the Baltic sea, but can reach large parts of the Arctic Ocean during the summer months. Heading out of Helsinki harbour on a chilly autumn morning, the mission is to test new equipment and train sailors in the rapid deployment of oil containment booms. The highly automated system opens hatches on each side of the vessel from which inflatable barriers are deployed. By positioning the vessel in the path of an oil spill, these booms can trap pollutants, pushing them into hull of the ship. A skimmer with brushes then separates seawater from the oil which is stored in large tanks. Polaris' icebreaking capabilities means the vessel can intervene in oil spills in ice infested waters, but the cold brings another set of problems: oil gets thicker in cold temperatures. "It's unique because you can also collect oil in cold weather," says Lars Snellman from the company Lamor which developed the system. "There is heating in the system so it's easy to pump oil with very high viscosity." Maritime traffic in the Gulf of Finland is among the densest in Europe. Russian oil flows westwards, while container and passenger traffic sails between Helsinki and Tallinn. "There is always the possibility of a collision, due to wind, due to fog," warns Pasi Jarvelin, the Master of Polaris. "In the wintertime, if the Gulf of Finland is frozen, it has to be an icebreaker to go through the ice to a position where we have the oil spill." The ship's operator, Arctia Ltd is a Finnish government-owned enterprise. It hopes Baltic expertise in both icebreaking and oil spill response will inform and educate decisions made much further north. Shipping in the Arctic is increasing for many reasons. Tourism is one, but there is also trade and there's great interest in the untapped deposits of minerals and fossil fuels. Increases in traffic add to the potential for oil spills from platforms and vessels operating in remote locations. It is a major cause for concern among environmentalists, especially since the 1989 Exxon Valdex disaster off Alaska killed a quarter of a million seabirds, as well as hundreds of seals and sea otters. Vladimir Putin recently announced plans to increase traffic on the Northern sea route connecting Asia to Europe via the Arctic from 10 million tons today to 80 million tons within 10 years. "The use of the icebreakers for oil spill response is of course very feasible in the arctic areas as well," says Tero Vauraste, CEO of Arctia Ltd., "and it's becoming more and more important because of the fact that traffic is going to increase." Operating in the Arctic Ocean remains challenging and dangerous. Vessels face high risks of running aground in waters which are still poorly charted, and while thick ice may be retreating, ice flows still present a serious threat to shipping. The World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) warns that oil spill response capabilities in the Arctic remain very limited and no comprehensive assessment of the risks has been conducted. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/14ee258b4f561d86b516cb79f183b510
Views: 175 AP Archive
Large areas without oxygen called dead zones emerged in the Baltic Sea during last century. They are major threat for life in the Baltic Sea. Main cause of their existence is eutrophication and stratification of water column. While eutrophication and outbreak of cyanobacteria deplete oxygen in deep waters, stratification prevents restoring original oxygen level. Project aims to reduce stratification of water column which would lead to oxygenation of deep waters and to elimination of the dead zones. Proposed structures take advantage of deep water currents and redirect mass of water thus mixing stratified layers. Once these objects are formed by process of cyanobacteria sedimentation they are fully operational without any further action. No mechanical parts just pure formation of mass. More about the project here: www.novotnik.com/baltic-sea-hypoxia/
Views: 296 Adam Novotník
Prof. Daniel Conley, Lund University, Sweden
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Drone flight 603, December 28th 2017. No ship chasing done for some time due to bad weather, lack of daylight, and personal duties however a fresh sunny day at the coast was forecast so I jumped on the chance to get out for a flight. As luck would have it small cargo ship Merit was leaving Lough Foyle for a destination in Norway so I decided I would chase this ship for a training session despite unsettled conditions off shore. Very cold day at the sea, temp 1 degree C however with a very nasty cold wind chill with wind gusting at 15mph, a cross wind over the Foyle, it was this wind chill which worried me a little as this can cool the battery rapidly. I watched the ship approach then decided to do a test flight along the shore which I always consider to be a good habit before these ocean flights. I immediately began having issues in the air, the gimbal was tilting slowly on it's axis and creating a spongy pendulum affect which made me dizzy to watch, then at 500m range I got a compass error warning and I lost GPS forcing the drone into ATTI mode, once this happened the drone began to blow away rapidly in the wind backwards and to the left at the same time, luckily I have had plenty of experience flying so I manually took control, battled the wind and brought her back to shore and landed safely. I blew around the gimbal, put in a fresh battery, did an auto gimbal cal and it seemed ok with just a little spongy movement at the beginning, I wonder what is the cause of these recent gimbal issues, cold temp?, firmware?, a grain of sand in the gimbal housing?. I was ready for take off when a family approached me with children sitting down beside the drone just as the ship was coming within range, I couldn't believe it, so I grabbed the drone and walked over 30m away down shore (CAA take off distance) so I was clear of people then took off and made a bee line for the ship. The flight out in the blustery cold wind was slowing the phantom down, the wind may have been stronger over the more exposed part of the lough, by the time I reached her the battery was already at 67% so this was going to be a very quick visit. However the brief flight was worth it, the sun was low on the foyle generating beautiful light which looked like a summer's evening which hid the real bitter wind chill in reality. The ship crossed the Sun's glitter path and made for a pleasing sight before I let her pass on her outbound journey north. A satisfying flight and no gimbal issues at all, I had to leave early and made it back to shore before the battery got too low, it felt great to get a break in the weather and get back in action again. Ship details... Name: Merit IMO: 9197789 Flag: Gibraltar Gross Tonnage: 2301 Size: 82.5m x 12.4m Built: 2000 Excuse some of the abrupt yaw movements, this was a result of fighting against the blustery wind. Also video sticking when I arrived at the ship, this is a by product of windows moviemaker and is not on the original footage. Launched from location N of Greencastle, drone within VLOS and spotter used (wife). Thanks very much for watching and Happy New Year to everyone! http://www.nightskyhunter.com/
Views: 346 Martin McKenna
The learning objectives for this Video are: To gain a basic understanding of what weather routing is, and how the voyage plan can benefit this statically data based on long term accumulation of data combined with up to date weather routing information. Advantages of weather routing. Weather. Maps. How much can one save in time. Weather routing people and the captain. Hull monitoring systems. 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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Do you remember listening to the shipping forecast on the radio? It was like a foreign language. Today, the language of the global shipping industry is crystal clear – things are grim with a capital G… As you commute to work in the train or the car you probably don’t give much thought to shipping containers. Those big rectangular boxes that you see stacked up in ports and on the deck of massive cargo ships have an important story to tell. They’re the modern day Silk Road. The main means by which global trade and commerce gets delivered. And the story they are telling us today is not pretty. Almost everyone that you’ll hear spouting off about the state of the world’s economy has some sort of agenda. Usually that involves talking up a situation to make you believe that everything’s hunky dory and under control. But there are some raw statistics that we can use to cut through all the hot air and get to some facts that tell us the real story. One such is shipping rates. What people are paying to hire container ships to deliver their goods around the world. Before the financial crisis oil tankers were fetching a hundred thousand dollars a day. Now, they regard ten thousand collars as a good pay day. There are specialist brokers in places like Singapore that negotiate these rates between producers and fleet owners. And their bonuses have not been spectacular for much of the last decade. As with all commodities, the good times in the early part of this millennium led fleet owners to lay down more and more new container ships. Everyone thinks the growth will keep coming forever and invests accordingly. So, just as the financial crisis started to impact world trade eight years ago, scores of new ships came online. The inevitable result? A crash in hire rates and lots of ships moored idle in places like Singapore and Gibraltar. China’s move to a services led economy has exacerbated the problem, while the anaemic growth in Europe is nowhere near enough to take up the slack. The impact on margins can be seen from sector leader Maersk. Its recent numbers showed a fifteen per cent drop in revenue but a massive sixty one per cent decline in profits. The inevitable result? Four thousand job losses from its twenty three thousand strong onshore workforce. Things are no better in the non-container based shipping world. The Baltic Dry index, a benchmark that tracks the cost of shipping bulk raw materials such as coal, steel and iron ore, has tumbled to a near thirty year low. Volatility in the currency markets also impacts shipping, with the Euro falling against the Chinese Yuan during twenty fifteen making imports more expensive. That may reverse this year as the Chinese authorities finally start to allow some devaluation of their currency, but some serious damage has been done since the financial crisis. Another culprit is the oil price crash, heavily impacting countries like Russia that depends on oil exports for much of its income. The German port of Hamburg, famous for its Reeperbahn where the Beatles once had a residency, saw its trade with Russia crash thirty six per cent last year as Russians cut back on imports of German cars and heavy machinery. It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that global trade really is slowing down when you look at any metrics connected with the shipping industry. It’s global. It has no central banks or politicians controlling its data. And it’s in crisis. If you believe what the politicians are saying about everything being under control and nicely on course, be very careful out there!
Views: 3175 Elite Investor TV
No title. How weather forecasts are compiled at The Weather Centre, London. Angle shot London's Weather Centre. M/S map of UK in window. C/U man looking at map. Panning C/U map showing weather conditions. Library shots of cars driving and being pushed up icy road, snow plough coming through deep snow drift. M/S man in London Weather Centre looking at charts coming off computer. C/U charts coming off computer. M/S women operating computer tape machines. C/U tape machine. M/S man sitting at console with chart. C/U as he traces on chart. More library shots: very rough sea, sailor holding onto life line as sea breaks over ship's deck, bow of ship as it rises and falls in the rough sea. M/S man at Weather Centre receiving information from ships. C/U as man types. C/U the man with earphones on. C/U tape coming out of machine into bin. C/U chart. Library shot: car coming through flooded street, tree laying in street, sea breaking over sea wall. C/U girl on Weather Centre roof looking at optical sphere which measures sunshine. More library shots: people laying on sunny beach. C/U men looking at charts at Weather Centre. C/U the chart. M/S rain falling heavily in street. Panning man running through pouring rain. C/U rain water running into drain. C/U girl on Weather Centre roof measuring rain fall. C/U weather expert "Professor Raindorf" (Sid Randall) studying chart. C/U the expert. M/S as interviewer asks "Professor" for weather forecast (natural sound). The "Professor" answers: "According to my calculations we're in for a long dry spell". He then gets a bucket of water tipped over his head. FILM ID:2049.19 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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On this episode, we go through a complicated sail all the way in to Calais, in France, right in to the English Chanel. Things get a litle more interesting as we have to wait outside the port until a swinging bridge is opened after the huge tide variation. We enjoy some French breakfast with some Nutella croissants and Larissa gets crazy feeding the seagulls. The weather was so nice that we ended up enjoying the beach and the summer for a litle longer than we should, and things got nasty the next day! We sailed out in to bad storm weather, because the forecast was underestimating things. Also in this episode… We’ll show you how to raise our sails in strong winds putting a reef in the main sail as we do it. Obviously it was all Larissa´s idea, trying to kill us getting out of the port in really bad weather! :) Lots of love from us… Cheers
Views: 15075 Kauana Sailing Expedition
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At first I jumped up, excited that I might have copied a number station. But this is Germany's Met Office shipping forecast, still interesting stuff to come across. "Three times a day on frequency 6180 kHz sailors can listen to weather forecasts and gale warnings for the North and Baltic seas. From the English Channel to the Gulf of Riga. With voice reader weather forecasts are automatically converted into audio and broadcasted from DWD's station in Pinneberg. There's a faint interference from CRI in Russian audible.
Views: 13 Bike DXer
Weather forecast original for Port Ust-Luga , Baltic sea 02.04.2015-05.04.2015
Views: 28 harry paule
DWD Pinneberg weather RTTY transmission as received in coastal Alabama with a SDRplay and 40 foot longwire. The text doesn't decode all that well but it's more than I usually get on this frequency! This was from the 0535 UTC "Seewetterbericht Nord- und Ostsee" (Shipping forecast for the North and Baltic seas) broadcast.
Views: 152 youngalientype
Weather forecast for Port Ust-Luga , Baltic sea 06.04.2015-09.04.2015
Views: 25 harry paule
We are always looking for a good challenge, preferably one that takes us offshore. If you look at the Belgian part of the North Sea, there are no islands that you can paddle to (with the exception of the North Sea crossing to the UK). We have to do it with our buoys, navigation marks and towers. Yes, there are towers located in the Southern part of the North Sea. Two of them are drawing our attention. The first, and closest one, is the Oostdyck radar tower. When visibility is extremely well, it can be seen from the beach without binoculars. The radar sends all shipping movements to the Traffic Centre for monitoring. This tower is located some 21 kilometres offshore. What cannot be seen from ashore is the second tower located at the Westhinder sandbank. This one lies just behind the international shipping lane, one of the busiest in the world. The Westhinder beacon warns ships for the danger of the sandbank beneath. It also monitors the force of the wind and direction, which is important for the weather forecasts for this area. This tower is located some 32 kilometres offshore. To take on this challenge you’re not only need a good physical condition and stamina, you also have to know more than basic navigation. There is always a strong tidal stream that pushes you constantly off track, the stream is never in you favour. Taking a break, even a short one, relentlessly pushes you off track. Also the strength of the tidal stream changes every hour, so you have to keep a good eye to your bearings. During the most of the challenge, you will not have any reference to paddle to. When you reach the first tower, you still have to cross the international shipping lane, which is one of the busiest in the world. Keep in mind that those very large ocean ships probably want see you, or change their course or speed for a sea kayaker. When you crossed the shipping lane and finally reach the Westhinder beacon, then you just completed the first half of the challenge. The second half, and the most important one, is to get yourself and your team back to shore safely. If you’re tired, you can’t just quit. There is no support boat to help you. There is only you and your team. I’m proud to say that were able to put together a small international team to take on this challenge. Two very experienced and well trained Spanish sea kayakers were eager to take on this challenge. They travelled all from Spain to Belgium, we spend some days paddling together, before heading out. On Saturday 7 July 2017 we started from the Oostduinkerke beach, at 07:40 am (local time). As an extra difficulty we chose to navigate on compass, with a sea chart. We carried also a GPS, just for registration and safety precautions, not for navigation. We stated our intentions to the Coast Guard by radio before the start. We paddled at a high pace, in order to compensate a bit lesser for the sideways tidal stream. In the video you can see the buoys that we have passed, the way we have taken on this challenge. It took us seven hours to reach the Westhinder beacon. When we got there we established radio contact with the Coast Guard again, to tell them our position and that we were still in good shape to commence the way back to shore. It was 14:30 pm (local time) and we were at the farthest offshore point, being 32 kilometres. When arriving there, perhaps euphoric, we just did half the challenge. The second part, also the hardest, was to get back with the team. It’s also a psychological battle because you have absolutely nothing to look to, there are no references, and you cannot see the land for hours. The visibility was limited to ten kilometres, which is normal for us. You have to trust your navigation skills, simple as that. Even when tired, we still kept the same high pace to counter the current. We arrived back at Oostduinkerke beach at 20:55 pm (local time). In the video you can see our GPS track log. The GPS was not turned off during our short breaks. It registered all of our movements during the challenge. To all other sea kayakers out there who are looking for a tough challenge, this could be what you are looking for. Be well prepared for this one, both physically, mentally and be sure of you navigation skills. I got extremely lucky to do this one with such experienced sea kayakers! Big thanks to Carlos GARCIA and Santi DOMINGUEZ for joining! It was an honour to be part of this team, and to beat this challenge together!
Views: 1902 NORTHSEAKAYAK
Here lies more ships that used to work all the time in shipping goods just sitting there unused. Source Here lies more ships that used to work all the time in shipping goods just sitting there unused. Source The most important news you hear today Baltic Dry Index . The most important news you hear today Baltic Dry Index BDIY I say most important because this will effect us all! Time to get ready if you have not. For a clear .
Views: 154 delfina green
just a nice sea :D little bit of rolling and some nice music :)
Views: 72 Maroff86
Shipping Canals are an integral part of international and domestic trade. Here are the 10 most famous shipping canals from around the world
Views: 533 marineinsight
January 4, 201j5: strong winds at the Baltic Sea. Kite Surfers at the Warnemünde Beach use the storm and are able to make some incredible jumps. Along the shoreline rolling waves give an dramatic impression with intense colors in winter light.
Views: 483 Peter Engelmann
Weather has been a factor in 7 of the world’s 10 worst offshore disasters. In December 2015, 32 lives were lost after a severe weather event struck an offshore platform in the Caspian Sea. Tropical cyclones and lightning present significant engineering and safety challenges offshore in SEA and Australia. MetraWeather and oceanographic partner, MetOcean Solutions, provide vital offshore decision support. Marine forecasts, lightning proximity alerting, and historical metocean datasets ensure operations are conducted safely and severe weather risks are mitigated.
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With record ice for the second year in a row in Antarctica and record cold temperatures around the southern oceans, it would stand to reason that there will be icebergs this year in shipping lanes that are out of place far more north than usual. 2015 Southern Oceans Iceberg Forecast http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/IMAGES/seaice.anomaly.antarctic.png http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index/images/daily_images/S_stddev_timeseries.png http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/NEWIMAGES/antarctic.seaice.color.000.png http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index/images/daily_images/S_bm_extent_hires.png http://nsidc.org/data/g00807 Antarctic Circumpolar Current http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctic_Circumpolar_Current Boundary Current http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boundary_current 1988 Icebergs Falkland Islands http://articles.latimes.com/1992-04-05/news/mn-836_1_giant-iceberg 1988 iceberg in shipping lanes off southern Argentina, http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/1987-11-04/news/0160020212_1_iceberg-falkland-islands-telam Icebergs South Africa http://www.earthweek.com/online/ew071012/ew071012d.html Captain Cook Voyages 1772-1775 During the Maunder Minimum https://books.google.com.tw/books?id=wRvFBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA208&lpg=PA208&dq=south+africa+icebergs+sighted&source=bl&ots=19HxzwGgG9&sig=qWJrf60sBhi618XP2Y6jJWtoylI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=npBqVdLcIYju8gWf3oKABA&ved=0CEcQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=south%20africa%20icebergs%20sighted&f=false Great Lakes Ice Superior still has some Ice Coverage June 01, 2015 http://iceweb1.cis.ec.gc.ca/Prod/page3.xhtml http://iceweb1.cis.ec.gc.ca/Prod/page3.xhtml New Zealand Record Snows https://yamkin.wordpress.com/2015/05/28/massive-polar-low-storm-brings-record-snowfall-to-many-places-in-new-zealand/ http://www.bishopdaleweathernewzealand.yolasite.com/
Views: 6807 Adapt 2030
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I bought this thing at a thrift store for 4Euro cause I could see that it has some nice LED-dotmatrix displays inside! Indeed, there are four HDSP-2112 (8digit) displays in this thing. I first thought this thing might really just be the I/O-unit but on the second look it seems to be quite "intelligent". There is a 80C186 microprocessor, an RTC some EEPROMS and some stuff inside. The video shows hot it boots up with just power connected. (I have not fully understand the PSU-module.) just put 12V input to the obvious pins (1+2=+12V, 2,3,15,16,17,18=GND on the input terminal and add +12V to pin 3 of the L296 and its booting up. It might just need a pullup or pulldown somethere but I was to lazy to have a proper look at those transistors and crap thats on this PCB... I first thought this would might work as a stand-alone digital clock this way, but without a GPS-signal this thing displays a error message every 10 or so seconds. And it seems like tha Dallas RTC is not working anymore (who wonders?) dead batterys like in all those things... So I might really just unsolder these LED-displays... but at least these are worth the money! A friend put a small receiver and docoder together to receive the Marine weather forecast the North and Baltic Sea from the DWD on 147kHz (DDH47). Would be cool to put a similar thing together with the LED-displays and put it in that heavy housing of this Northstar navigation unit. Hope this helps somone out there...
Views: 13 radio-pirol
Video Image 4K Channels: http://www.videoimage4k.com Videobilder Channels: http://www.videobilder.eu Recording date: 08-2014 Camera: Panasonic Lumix GH4 You-Tube upload quality: Ultra HD 3840x2160p / 50 Mbit/s / 30fps Music: "Glittering Bebop" by The Samwich Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ music file from: https://soundcloud.com/julian-gonzalez-161/glittering-bebop
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We left Bolougne Sur-Mer and sailed to Cherbourg on this episode. The sail was almost perfect excpet for a strong squall in the midle of the night that scared the sh** out of us. The weather in Cherbourg was horrible and there was no forecast to keep on heading south, so we took our time to fix a bunch of stuff that needed fixing and also eat all the good stuff that France has to offer... Cheese, whine and Baguettes... After geting stuck in Cherbourg for a couple of weeks, the time has come to fly back to Brazil. We had scheduled this flight a long time ago, and although the objective was to have crossed Biscay Bay before that, we didn´t make it that far and had to leave Kauana in Cherbourg. In Brazil we had a lot of work to do, but instead of boring you with all those office hours, we´re showing you the bright side of Brazil, filled with beachlife, roadtrips and all sorts of sports. Somehow it hapened that the Delos crew was actually right at our doorstep and we went on a mission to try and find them, but that´s on the next episode. Thanks for watching guys!! We´re sorry to have been away for a litle while, but we´re not your usual "left work behind" kind of guys, we actually still work hard to pay for this trip, so forgive us for the lack of movie releasing schedule! Don´t forget to chek out: https://www.facebook.com/svkauana/ https://www.instagram.com/kauana_sailing_expedition/ https://sailingkauana.wordpress.com/ And if you want to drop a line we would love to hear from you! [email protected]
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The crew of the Chinese icebreaker Xuelong - contactable by satellite videolink - are themselves now blocked in by a sea-ice field. .Sign up for Snowmail, your daily preview of what is on Channel 4 News, sent straight to your inbox, here: http://mailing.channel4.com/public/snowmail/remotebox.jsp Missed Channel 4 News? Catch up on the last seven days here: http://www.channel4.com/news/catch-up/ Channel 4 News weather forecast, with Liam Dutton: http://www.channel4.com/weather/ All the latest blog posts from the Channel 4 News on-screen talent: http://blogs.channel4.com/news/
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Life at Sea showing Ship in Bad Weather At Pacific Ocean in HD Captured at middle of Pacific Ocean Oil/Chemical Tanker Kastav LOA: 198 m B:32 DWT:30638T Captured with GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition Copyright: The Sea Lad *To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please contact Us* You can find Us on: FB: https: : https://www.facebook.com/thesealad/ YouTube: https://goo.gl/PcwM6k Google+:https://goo.gl/kHOOO9 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thesealad/ Seafarers Jobs: http://jobatseas.blogspot.com 🔴For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Watch more maritime videos on our channel: https://goo.gl/O7dM4Z Most expensive Yachts in the world https://youtu.be/clWFpZ7qTdQ Inside the Lifeboat https://goo.gl/A9yK64 Top 10 Biggest Ships in the World https://goo.gl/I8zTZk Ships 2017 - PC Game https://goo.gl/wNHfCi
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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN The price of oil has grown exponentially in the last year. Bad news for the shipping industry, still reeling from the last financial crisis. In 2016, over half of EU imports and exports travelled by sea, a figure that has been rising in recent years. But despite the volume of shipments, petrol prices have left the sector struggling to turn a profit. Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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http://www.euronews.com/ The Dutch coastguard has found another body while searching for missing crew members after two vessels collided in the North sea. This takes the total to five dead from the accident, with six still missing. The Baltic Ace, a car carrier flying under a Bahamas flag, sank after coming into contact with the Corvus J, a container ship from Cyprus. Coastguard officials say the search is being hampered by strong winds and snow which restrict visibility. The vessels collided on Wednesday in a major shipping lane 50 nautical miles, (92.6 km), from Europe's biggest port in Rotterdam. Rotterdam Port's activities are said to be unaffected by the accident. The cause of the collision is still unclear, but forecasts predicted gale-force winds and rain in the area at the time. Dutch police have been in talks with the prosecutor's office as to whether they should investigate the collision as it took place outside of Dutch territorial waters. Rescue boat Captain, Eric Rodenhuis, said: "Searching, and hoping to see something. In the beginning we found a lot of rubbish, life buoys, life jackets, rafts, but after a few hours you see less and less, because it drifts away." It is reportedly too early to say whether the Baltic Ace can be salvaged from the sea bed. The coastguard said the Corvus J was not badly damaged in the crash and was still in the area. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Please join us on Monday, February 5 for the release of a new report, Enhanced Deterrence in the North: A 21st Century European Engagement Strategy. CSIS has concluded a year-long study that assesses Russia's military capabilities for the next decade; examines the existing "web" of bilateral, trilateral, and multilateral security and defense cooperation agreements stretching from the North Atlantic to the Barents and Baltic Seas; and outlines a new and more streamlined framework for enhancing deterrence in Northern Europe. Following keynote remarks from former SACEUR General Philip M. Breedlove (Ret.) on the need for greater enhanced security and defense measures in Northern Europe, our subsequent panel will discuss specific new measures to improve maritime and air power capabilities, as well as strengthen defense and security cooperation with non-NATO members Sweden and Finland.
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Russia is expanding its use of undersea warfare as part of a broader strategy of coercion aimed at its neighbors and the United States. Suspected territorial incursions in the Baltic Sea and provocative patrols in the North Atlantic have not only caused alarm among NATO and partner nations, but have underscored the extent to which U.S. and European anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities have atrophied since the end of the Cold War. Please join the International Security Program for the launch of Undersea Warfare in Northern Europe, a new report that examines Russian intentions and capabilities, assesses the current ability of NATO and partner nations to meet the Russian challenge in the undersea domain, and provides some recommendations as to how NATO and partner nations can better address resurgent Russian undersea activity moving forward. This event will include a presentation of the reports key findings and recommendations to be followed by a discussion of these issues with a panel of experts. This report was made possible by support from Saab North America. FEATURING Bryan Clark Senior Fellow, CSBA Steve McCarthy Minister (Defense Material), British Embassy
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