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The prequel to the "Rogue Series" I've been trying to work on, currently waiting on models to be completed to continue the series so have this instead. Before you complain that the series is out of order, the films were too, shush. Server: http://www.zephyrrp.com/ People from the video: Argyle: https://www.youtube.com/user/argylealligator Speirs: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpeirsTheAmazingHD ›Twitter https://goo.gl/Z5mqTT ›Twitch https://goo.gl/CHSvzo ›Instagram https://goo.gl/JKS8rC ›Steam Group http://goo.gl/Wg5Zht Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Outro Song: https://goo.gl/maazRO All music used was provided by epidemicsound.com
One of the ways the Australian Maritime Safety Authority ensures safety of life, property and the protection of our sensitive environment is through Port State Control (PSC). Specialist marine surveyors are employed by AMSA at ports all around Australia and it is their job to ensure that ships visiting our ports comply with Australian standards. AMSA performed over 3100 of these PSC inspections last year in ports all around the country. Join Naweed Omar, a freemantle based surveyor, as he conducts a typical inspection on a bulk carrier.
To find out more please visit: http://www.twi-global.com/technologies/ndt/advanced-ndt/ or http://www.shipinspector.eu/home/ or visit www.twitraining.com to find out more about our inspection training courses. The objective of this project is to develop new and novel ultrasonic phased array techniques, sensors and systems for finding defects and corrosion in safety critical areas of ships and tankers without taking the vessel out of the water. The Ship-Inspector technology will help operators, classification societies and regulatory agencies worldwide to manage risk more effectively. The Ship Inspector Consortium will disseminate the technology and associated training to the SMEs represented by the participant SME-AGs. There are 12,000 SMEs involved in the €50 billion inspection and maint...
Everything was in order. I actually changed the video, by adding the music and pictures, after meeting the volunteer a few weeks later. He enthusiastically asked if I put music to the video and I said no.
Shipping can be a risky business. To operate efficiently and minimise liability, charterers and all industry players must take all reasonable steps to ensure ships are being properly operated and are in a suitable condition to complete a voyage safely. The risks from using substandard ships include: casualties - minor delays through to total loss, which carry severe human, environmental and commercial costs undue delays and costs while the ship is inspected in port falling foul of regulators rising insurance costs Ship vetting involves sourcing data on ships and evaluating the potential risks such as the ship’s structural integrity, competence of owners, managers and crew, past casualties and incidents. RightShip provides a comprehensive and cost-effective online vetting tool for ships ...
CMA CGM required the internal inspection of a ballast tank of one of its container ships, the CMA CGM ANDROMEDA. Flying in complex and pitch-dark confined spaces, Elios has demonstrated its capacity to deliver a quicker and safer method to inspect ballasts.
To find out more please visit: http://www.twi-global.com/technologies/ndt/ The HULL INSPECTOR system was created as an inspection crawler that could be attached to the side of a ship, using powerful permanent magnets. The same magnets are then used to form a Magnetic flux leakage (MFL) array for the detection of corrosion in the hull. The crawler can also be used to inspect the ship's welds using Alternating current field measurement (ACFM) and Phased-array (PA) ultrasonics.
Hi All! On June 17th, I toured the Carnival Vista in Miami, FL. This is a beautiful ship and I wanted to share some of the highlights and staterooms with you. Because I was just on her for a few hours, I was not able to get you video of all the interesting features. Please be patient with the camera work. I am getting better, I promise. Feel free to comment below, if you have any questions about this ship. I hope you enjoy the video. Have a Great Day! Sandy
The Ship Inspection Robot is intended to simplify the inspection process for huge cargo vessels and thus help save costs. In particular, it should increase security for inspectors, as they will no longer have to climb into every nook and cranny of the vessel themselves. Within the focus project framework during fifth and sixth semester, an interdisciplinary team of ten students in total develops a ship inspection robot. This robot is intended to inspect the structures of ballast tanks in huge cargo vessels visually with a camera to find signs of corrosion, leaks and abnormalities. In order to reach all areas of the tank, the robot must be able to scale vertical walls, pass through small hatches and climb over complex profile structures. Due to its special wheel assembly, the SIR is a to...