The Mariner's Blog articles tagged with “Software”

Developers now have easy access to UK tidal data with the new ADMIRALTY API

Monique Dean | Mon, Jul 02, 2018, 11:07 AM EDT

What is the ADMIRALTY API? The ADMIRALTY API enables you to access tidal predictions for the UK coastline. It allows anyone with access to get predictions of high tide and low tide times, pinpoint permanent and temporary tide stations around the UK and more. As a world leader for hydrography,...

Admiralty, Digital Navigation, hydrography, Industry News, Maritime Safety, Navigation, Safety, Software, Tidal Data, Tides, UKHO

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Raster Navigational Chart (RNC) Tile Service exhibits first Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC)-only product

Monique Dean | Wed, Apr 25, 2018, 04:04 PM EDT

  What is the NOAA RNC Tile Service? The NOAA RNC Tile Service delivers standardized nautical chart tilesets for the public. The Tile Service terminates the need for application developers to regularly undergo the cumbersome procedure of converting NOAA BSB files into tilesets. All tilesets are published on a weekly...

Digital Navigation, ECDIS, Electronic Navigation Charts, Industry News, Maritime Safety, Nautical Charts, Navigation, NOAA, Raster Charts, Software, Vector Charts

Admiralty Digital List of Radio Signals, Vol. 1,3,4,5 now available as part of the Admiralty Digital Publications portfolio

Charles Hays | Wed, Jun 17, 2015, 08:06 AM EDT

  The Admiralty Digital List of Radio Signals (ARDS) Volume 1,3,4,5 is now available for mariners who are mandated to comply with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention requirements. This Admiralty Digital Publication (ADP) product is a must-have addition for the crews of all sea-going vessels who are making...


IMDG Code e-Learning and Future Plans Discussed at IMDG/ADR Event

Tim Gossett | Thu, May 30, 2013, 08:05 AM EDT

The Nautical Institute organized a one-day event in Kent, England, last November, held to discuss the IMDG/ADR interface. As HCB reports, the event developed into something of a face-off between shippers and carriers over container weighing. Below is an excerpt from HCB's coverage:   If problems exist, then training is...

Cargoes, Hazmat, Industry News, Regulations, Software

What e-Navigator Means for You

Tim Gossett | Fri, Mar 16, 2012, 04:03 PM EDT

A number of UKHO distributors met with UKHO representatives in Baltimore this week to prepare for the launch of Admiralty’s e-Navigator. The system integrates route planning, purchasing, and management of publications on board a vessel, and provides facilities for vessel superintendents to better manage their vessels. It is the UKHO’s goal for...

Digital Navigation, Industry News, Software

Tricky Segregation Your Software May Not Catch

Tim Gossett | Fri, Feb 17, 2012, 10:02 AM EST

Your staff are trained, you've installed some expensive hazmat software, and operations are rolling along. Out of the blue, a load that your software told you was valid gets rejected due to invalid segregation. The shipment is put on hold, delays abound, and there is wailing and gnashing of teeth....

Hazmat, Software