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  • Qastor FPSO
    are typically very difficult and dangerous to execute Operational safety is hugely enhanced if the relative positions of both vessels can be accurately visualized throughout approach connection offloading and disengagement maneuvers Tandem mooring As the software component of a precision navigation system Qastor provides the pilot and master with a real time accurate and independent picture of the relative positions and movements between two vessels Hardware components include a fixed system on the FPSO that delivers positioning heading and velocity data and a portable system also supplying real time positioning heading and velocity data Both sets of data are sent wirelessly to the pilot master s laptop running Qastor which has a dedicated FPSO mode for monitoring the entire operation whether the vessels use tandem or side by side mooring Switching Qastor to FPSO mode changes the side panel contents and attaches two speed vectors to each vessel one at the bow the other at the stern For tandem mooring Qastor shows relative bearing distance and speed of the shuttle tanker in reference to the FPSO FSO In the approach phase shuttle tanker speed and distance are closely monitored During connection and offloading operations the relative bearing of the two vessels becomes as important as distance Relative distance and bearing are carefully scrutinized to avoid undue stress on the tether and for early warning of developing jackknife situations Side by side mooring For side by side mooring the shuttle tanker docks alongside the FPSO FSO In this case the side of the FPSO FSO hull is used to generate a virtual mooring line in Qastor which is utilized on the shuttle tanker to check bow and stern distance from and speed towards the FPSO FSO Qastor uses special distance indicators displayed between the two vessels while the side panel window

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qastor/qastor-fpso (2016-05-02)
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  • Qastor Connect
    Qastor and displayed to maximum effect in a geographical context For example wind tide currents and the locations speed and course of other vessels can all be graphically represented all in Qastor used by the pilot Single point of access to a multitude of information The diverse set of information that leads to full and complete situational awareness comes from many sources In a port situation it is much more efficient to gather all the pertinent information in one place and distribute it to all involved parties than it is for each party to gather the information individually A decided advantage is that centrally gathered information ensures all parties are looking at the same data set The Connect Server for Qastor is designed to gather information from many different sources often updated in an ongoing manner and to distribute all the information from that centrally gathered common data set to multiple users including pilots using the Qastor ECS aboard ships The Connect Server can be used to synchronize files between a server and any number of clients Alternatively the server can distribute dynamic or live information The configuration of access to all data sources is done one time only on the server The user simply has to select the relevant data and use it Validated traffic image Not every vessel carries an AIS transponder and it is the port Vessel Traffic System VTS augmenting AIS with radar imagery that maintains a complete validated traffic image which when made available to the Connect Server can be distributed to Connect Clients AIS is already a standard feature in Qastor able to display all AIS targets within VHF range of own vessel Receiving the complete validated traffic image from the Qonnect Server means radar tracked targets are also displayed in Qastor ENC distribution

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qastor/qastor-connect (2016-05-02)
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  • POSMV 320
    is a user friendly turnkey system designed and built to provide accurate attitude heading heave position and velocity data of your marine vessel and onboard sensors POS MV is proven in all conditions and is the georeferencing and motion compensation solution of choice for the hydrographic professional POS MV blends GNSS data with angular rate and acceleration data from an IMU and heading from the GPS Azimuth Measurement System GAMS

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/applanix-posmv/posmv-320 (2016-05-02)
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  • POSMV Elite
    is a user friendly turnkey system designed and built to provide accurate attitude heading heave position and velocity data of your marine vessel and onboard sensors POS MV is proven in all conditions and is the georeferencing and motion compensation solution of choice for the hydrographic professional POS MV blends GNSS data with angular rate and acceleration data from an IMU and heading from the GPS Azimuth Measurement System GAMS

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/applanix-posmv/posmv-elite (2016-05-02)
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  • POSMV WaveMaster
    is a user friendly turnkey system designed and built to provide accurate attitude heading heave position and velocity data of your marine vessel and onboard sensors POS MV is proven in all conditions and is the georeferencing and motion compensation solution of choice for the hydrographic professional POS MV blends GNSS data with angular rate and acceleration data from an IMU and heading from the GPS Azimuth Measurement System GAMS

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/applanix-posmv/posmv-wavemaster (2016-05-02)
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