CABLEMASTER CRM 63
The new CRM 63 Cablemaster is a selfwinding device for shore lines. It is manufactured by Glendinning Marine in the USA. CRM 63 can be installed vertically or horizontally on the floor, bulkhead or ceiling. It adapts easily to the on board spaces available. It comes with three wire 63A, 20 metre cable. The device has been patented, it winds up the cable via a small electric motor, smoothly and efficiently. A remote is available on request with a built in sensor which cuts off the electric engine when the cable has been wound up. Cablemaster measures: 37x29x46.6 cm. and weighs 28kg. For further information www.glendinningprods.com
In the same way as Dr. Todd Humphreys, demonstrated in 2013 ( associate professor at University of Texas at Austin) who specializes in the application of optimal detection and estimation techniques to problems in satellite navigation, when equipped with a cheap GPS spoofer a small antenna and a laptop he managed to seize complete control of a 64 metre superyacht. At this point in time any hacker could penetrate IT systems and gain control of your yacht. Most on board systems are linked to and run on a VLAN via a switch. In many cases this is dependent on the same entry/exit point – VSAT, 3G, 4G and so on. All of the web traffic passes through the same entry, which means a hypothetical hacker deploying a malign e-mail succeeds in obtaining access and hence controls the entire systems’ network from audio/video up to the alarms themselves, comprising A/C, security doors, electronic navigational aids and monitors. Loss of navigational equipment is not the only big potential risk because many owners access and use personal data, like current accounts, social networks, e-mails, home banking and more while on board . Therefore between “phishing mail” and “ransom ware” threats you cannot relax much. Fortunately Videoworks offers a precaution a solution by which to protect digital systems from hackers, it is called Kerio Control. Through the analysis of Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IPS) which monitors incoming/outgoing suspect activity while on the net, Kerio Control protects firewall covered servers from unauthorized connections, the malware net or/and from careless downloads mitigating the effects of an otherwise compromised system. Traffic control is carried out at diverse levels via protocol analysis, content analysis and compatibility of contents with a constantly updated ‘normative’ database. Kerio Control offers additional functions: Load Balancing which means it can balance and distribute traffic over more lines to ensure continuity of service. A Kerio Web Filter instead bars users from visiting those web sites which the database considers perilous in view of the fact they contain damaging contents such as spyware virus, Trojans or deliberately deceptive contents. Kerio Control flanked by ‘high level Cisco net’ like Access Points Aironet, Switch Catalyst and Router Series 4000 guarantee incomparable, unparalleled defence. For further information: Videoworks SPA – Headquarters; Via Albertini 36, Blocco E13, 60131 Ancona; tel. +39 071 99513, fax 071 9951390; www.videoworks.it - firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Italia is one of the leading firms in supplying and installing electronic devices, plants and relevant systems to the superyacht and megayacht world. The firm specializes in the optimisation and integration of functional navigational aids and devices concerning telecommunication, security and data transmission. Team Italia has been installing personalised helm controls stations and outstanding marine electronics from navigational aids including security and communication equipment on superyachts and to yards’ superyachts during construction for thirty years approximately. One of the firm’s leading plants is the i-bridge which is currently installed into more than 70 yachts. There’s an ST version which is highly versatile in that it is deployable according to needs and an MT version which is the natural evolution of the preceding plant and is upgraded with the latest technology available on the market. Moreover it can interface Multi-touch i-bridge technology with i-chart functions, is best described as an electronic chart table which additionally sports infotainment functions as well as internet access. Another evolution of i-bridge devices is Four Islands which Team Italia presented in the course of the Latest Monaco Yacht Show. We’re talking about a Bridge or helm controls station more precisely which is made up of four separate islands. It is obviously flexible, easy to install and is accordingly highly customisable. Furthermore it features an innovative Multi-view 50” Transparent Display which
can work three ways: head up display (HUD), conning and supervisor mode. The main modules which make up Four Islands are a Central Bridge Console, two Internal Operating Wings and a planning Station (i-chart) this last can be integrated into the Harm Chair, the External Wings and into one or more Remote Control Stations and a further Central Bridge Console. The latest i-bridge also adopts FarSounder Sonarsoft device and an OLED multi controller. The internal wings, aid navigation are equipped with multi touch monitors by Onyx Marine Automation with a 32” display with 4K technology. The Planning Station handles all necessary routing by way points or as otherwise requested, ensures constant monitoring and ship surveillance while lying to an anchor through (AWS) Anchor Watching System. Four islands is equipped with remote enabled diagnostics for which Team Italia has recently devised the necessary technology called Ocean Marine Support, which is handled by a dedicated team of engineers. Team Italia will be presenting the new i-bridge Air Wings at the next edition of the Monaco Yacht Show at the end of September and will be exhibiting on board plants installed in Benetti’s 67 metre superyacht “Sea Sense”, Rossinavi’s 49 metre “Aurora”, Sanlorenzo’s 52 metre “Seven Sins”, Sanlorenzo Explorer, Custom Line Navetta 33, Perini Navi’s 60 metre and the new 120’ Isa Yachts “Clorinda”. www.team-italia.it email@example.com
The SEADNA999 built by Technohull in Greece is a high end RIB. It looks good aesthetically speaking and has something to say for itself from a technologic view point. An LOA of ten metres offers a wider range of possible engines. The SEADNA999 can be powered with inboard engines or outboards. With a pair of 400 Hp Mercury outboards it can reach 90 knots! and in complete safety thanks to a solid two step hull design built with vacuum bagged technology. Infinite number of layouts are available, More precisely this RIB offers three separate configurations for the bow end and as many as four in the stern.the colours available are several including hull, superstructure and inflatable tubes and comprise a t-top when installed. As for the bow, the firm offers : Cabin version with a small space in which to rest occasionally, Delta version instead sports a large padded sun bathing area and
TECHNICAL DATA LOA: 10.30 m – Beam: 2.80 m – Displacement: 2,600 kg – Fuel tank capacity: 490 litres – water tank capacity:100 litres– Engines: max 2x400 HP outboards; 2x265 HP inboard engines.