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Diver6 Gen2 for Diver Communication, Awareness

Diver6 system. With a smaller form factor and faster communication protocol, divemasters will receive diver situational awareness information faster and more reliable. The new hardware reduces size and weight, is easier to mount, and continues to operate with Shearwater dive computers.The Diver6 software application has been enhanced to work seamlessly with the Subsea acoustic modems. A new streamlined data protocol provides greater reliability in data transmissions. The software also includes enhancements to charts, diver operations (assist and recall) and diver status as well.Diver6 continues to advance

The ONR TechSolutions-sponsored scuba binary dive application (SBDA 100) replaces traditional paper logs and automates the logging and submission of dive profiles directly from a dive computer worn by Navy Divers to the Naval Safety Center DJRS database. (U.S. Navy photo by Bobby Cummings)

Navy Divers to Have Automated Logging from Worn Dive Computers

Scott Brodeur, Naval Expeditionary Combat Command.“Scott has completed over a thousand dives during his career and he recognized the need to make the logging and reporting process more efficient for his peers,” said Jason Payne, TechSolutions acting program manager.The SBDA 100 is a software application on a ruggedized tablet used to log, compute and accurately compile dive-profile data.The data, collected from a wrist watch that divers wear during operations called a Navy Diver Computer, includes dive site conditions, equipment used by the divers, dive events, such as, when a diver left

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New Glider Piloting Software from Teledyne Webb Research

the Slocum G2 glider and Slocum hybrid glider, has released its new glider piloting software, the Slocum Fleet Mission Control Software (SFMC).   SFMC is a software suite used to manage multiple TWR Slocum glider deployments around the world. SFMC builds on the traditional Dock Server software application and provides a web based front end that allows for collaboration among multiple glider pilots.   TMR said the new SFMC software suite offers customers some key benefits including active vehicle tracking and mission planning, consolidated data management, the ability to access piloting

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SensorView Reduces Non-productive Rig Time at Ichthys

leading to rig non-productive time were incurred. To avoid such delays, INPEX requested that Neptune gather real-time positioning and heading information on each spool as it was being manoeuvred.   The requirement was met using SensorView, Sonardyne’s dedicated sensor monitoring software application. It can be used in parallel with 6G acoustic positioning systems such as Fusion, or as a standalone solution for cost-effective remote monitoring and subsea data harvesting projects.   At Ichthys, SensorView was mobilized on one of the rigs and interfaced with a Dunker 6 transceiver

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OI 2014 Technology Preview

;s stand, G300, you can explore technology for acoustic positioning, inertial navigation, wireless communications and sonar imaging. Sonardyne’s new Connect software for LBL metrology campaigns will be making its debut, as will the latest updates for Ranger 2 USBL. SensorView, a new software application developed for accessing raw sensor data direct from 6G instruments will also be on display whilst optical and acoustic communications technologies, BlueComm and uComm, will be demonstrating wireless video and camera imagery transmission.  Outside on the water, Sonardyne will be hosting

ARGUS Enviable Technology, Unlimited Potential

spatial characteristics of the continuous stream of ARGUS data. In Use Today In a partnership with Cruisers’ Net and EarthNC, a beta release of ARGUS solution sets for the ICW compatible with OpenCPN is now happening. According to Hersey, OpenCPN is a capable open source PC Navigation software application in use by a large following of recreational and commercial boaters. Eventually, ARGUS intends to further develop the integration of ARGUS solution sets, making them available through Cruisers’ Net as a complement to other valuable information they provide.   There may be no

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DNV Release 'Safeti Offshore' Software

risk analysis software solution based on DNV’s more than three decades of experience within such analysis. DNV say that Safeti Offshore encapsulates their vast experience and knowledge within offshore quantitative risk analysis (QRA), contained within one all-encompassing software application to evaluate the full range of potential hazards. The QRA of offshore installations is a complex process and there are specific challenges resulting from congested layouts and limited separation of equipment. A spectrum of analysis methods exists, ranging from spread-sheets – with inherent

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Tritech: Software Interfaces for StarFish Systems.

to Hypack; this includes the original 450F system, (and hull-mounted 450H option) and now the higher frequency 452F system. The high-resolution StarFish 990F system, popular with Search and Rescue (SAR) operations and close inspection surveys, is also supported. HydroSupport’s mosaicing software application, WinProfile Sharp, also now supports the full range of StarFish systems, offering complete real-time processing. Designed for a Windows operating system, WinProfile has been developed by specialists in hydrographic survey. Tritech’s low-cost, high-performance StarFish Seabed Imaging

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