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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.glen­din­ning­

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;­deo­ - in­[email protected]­deo­

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”.­ in­[email protected]­

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.

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