Marine & Offshore
Extensive use of computer technology is made in the marine and offshore world. Whether it is a matter of cargo ships, passenger ships or luxury yachts, extreme demands are made on such computers. Salty air, water and large fluctuations in temperature are all things that the computer technology has to be able to handle. In these applications you will find all sorts of computer technology like routers, switches, panelPCs, display systems or machine control systems.
Systems are installed on passenger ships which inform passengers about the weather and journey status, and which provide multi-media content. Luxury yachts are also provided with all sorts of ingenious gadgets in order to offer the user the best possible experience.
Intel Quad Core i7 Rugged Computer
The PIP39 is a high performance, low power and highly integrated rugged Embedded Computer, built in a specially designed aluminum or MIL IP67 housing.
IP67 Panel PC
noax Steel Series industrial computers are completely sealed, water-resistant, and absolutely rugged.
Industrial PC for Controlling Systems at Sea
The conditions on the high seas are rough. Salt water, large temperature fluctuations and high waves are all things that the equipment has to be able to stand up to. We designed a customer specific industrial computer for one of our clients that meets these conditions. As a consequence, the housing was nickel-plated, the hard disks were mounted in such a way as to be shock resistant, and all the components that might work loose were treated in a special way and glued in place. An additional challenge in this case was that the “cost of ownership” needed to be kept as low as possible and the delivery time needed to be short. We keep fully ready systems in stock for this client.
Infotainment System for Exclusive Environments
In the world of the “Rich and Famous”, we developed a 19” 1U high computer system that is quite without parallel for one of our clients. This system is fully customized, has a luxurious appearance and is very compact. The hardware used is selected for its performance and long availability. One of the greatest challenges was the graphic performance that the system needed and the requirement that the system had to be quiet. The heat generated by the system therefore had to be dissipated in a quiet way. The final system was implemented a few months ago and is now fully built in series and sent directly from our warehouse to our client’s associates in customized packaging.
Protocol allowing the sharing of ships’ on- board data.
Requirements with which maritime navigation and radio communication equipment and systems have to comply.
System for the display of electronic navigation maps.