MARINE INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPMENTS

A. E. Fiore

Peer Reviewed

Abstract: The National Maritime Research Center, Kings Point, N.Y., is conducting projects dealing with the “new technology” in the field of navigation. This paper consists of a survey of this area of activity of the Center. The intent is not only to disseminate information to the wide community of navigators but also to structure a mutually beneficial communications link between the NMRC and the Institute of Navigation. The paper will cover the following projects, some innovative, others extensions of previous programs: -RAPS (Radar Automatic Plotting System) -MASS (MarAd Anti-Stranding Sonar) -TRANSIM (Simplified Transit) -MARINE RADAR TRANSPONDER -MARSCAN (Maritime Satellites Communication and Navigation System) -INTEGRATED CONNING SYSTEM
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 21, Number 3
Pages: 242 - 248
Cite this article: Fiore, A. E., "MARINE INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPMENTS", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 21, No. 3, Fall 1974, pp. 242-248.
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