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How GPS works? Trilateration explained


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How GPS works? Trilateration explained
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Article GPS (Part 1) - Structure, mode of operation, technical and physical fundamentals of GPS

by Capt. Gunter Schütze, Thailand/Germany - published on 30 January 2020

Of course, as a Nautical Specialist, I also deal with the international discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of satellite-based navigation, e-navigation and conventional terrestrial and astronomical navigation.

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Article GPS (Part 2), physical and technical errors of GNSS - an error analysis

by Capt. Gunter Schütze, Thailand/Germany - published on 26 February 2020

In my announced sequel, the second part of GPS, it is primarily about the technical and physical operational and functional limitations to which GPS is subject. These limitations, in part, have serious implications for the accuracy of GPS, and even go as far as limiting the functionality of GPS in its functions or even making it impossible. In doing so,

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Article GPS (Part 3) - Accidental interferences and intended Interferences by extern technical sytems

by Capt. Gunter Schütze, Thailand/Germany - published on 6 May 2020

The vulnerability of GNSS in shore-based use is definitely different and to be regarded as much more risky than on the high seas.

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Video Curso Maritime Pilot AND Pilotage Transportation – Safety and Sea Survival Training

published on 12 March 2024

ANPRA y la Escuela Naval de Aviación Naval presentan el curso "Maritime Pilot AND Pilotage Transportation – Safety and Sea Survival Training (MP-SISST)".
Este programa integral está diseñado para preparar a profesionales de la navegación con las habilidades necesarias para enfrentar los desafíos del mar con confianza y seguridad. Desde técnicas avanzadas de pilotaje hasta protocolos de supervivencia en el mar, este curso ofrece un enfoque completo y práctico para garantizar la seguridad y...

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Video Safe at sea with satellites (AIS)

published on 5 June 2020

At sea, space technology is used to help save lives every day: managing traffic between ships, picking up migrants and refugees in distress or spotting oil spills. The European Space Agency is once again at the forefront developing new technologies and satellites: to keep us safe at sea and to monitor the environment. Space makes a difference here on Earth and certainly at sea where there is no infrastructure.
Recommendation by Marine-Pilots.com
AIS services are offered by, for example:

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Video Port Revel Ship Handling Training Centre

published on 24 October 2019

Port Revel is a ship handling training center for pilots, captains and officers. Unique in its kind, it allows to acquire new skills, to improve on different manned models at scale 1 / 25th.

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Video How AIS Works - Operation of AIS

published on 25 July 2019

How AIS Works - Operation of AIS

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Video OMC International - Suezmax Tanker - Case Study

published on 14 October 2019

Case Study: An investigation into whether Port of Melbourne and major port user, ExxonMobil, could bring deeper drafted vessels into the channel.

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Article Safehaven Marine has signed a contract with the Port Authority of Montrose

published on 29 July 2021

Safehaven Marine has signed a contract with the Port Authority of Montrose on the east coast of Scotland for the delivery of a 15m pilot boat Interceptor 48, scheduled for delivery in August 2022.

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Article Pilots in Louisiana: Legislators put aside proposed rule changes

published on 25 January 2022

The joint House and Senate Commerce committees Monday joined 87 pilots and Board of Louisiana River Pilot Review and Oversight in rejecting the proposed measures on the argument that they would negatively affect minorities trying to break into river piloting.

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