An International Symposium To Assist Ship Operators To Improve Operations "International Symposium on Ship Operations (ISOSO '81) is a 'Catch 22' title, deliberately. There are so many factors that go into the safe, profitable and efficient
—Literature Available NAV-COM Incorporated, Deer Park, N.Y., has been named an official value-added reseller for the line of portable computers manufactured by GRiD systems Corporation. The GRiD computers have been integrated into NAV-COM's BUSISHIP marine management information system,
Valmet Corporation's Helsinki Shipyard recently delivered its first passenger vessel, the Birka Princess, built for Birka Line Ab of Mariehamn, Finland. The new liner, which replaces the ferry Prinsessan that was built by Wartsila in 1966 and modernized in 1980,
Navidyne Corporation announces the appointment of James H. Rhodes to the newly created position of director of corporate communications. In that capacity, he will be responsible for all advertising, public relations, and internal communications programs, according to A.
—Literature Available Raytheon Marine Company's marketing manager, Carsten Peters, has announced that Raytheon has signed a comprehensive distribution agreement with Yokogawa Hokushin Electric Corporation (YEW) of Japan. YEW is one of the world's leading manufacturers of gyrocompasses,
A $l.l-million U.S. Navy contract for the production of URC- 80 VHF-FM communications systems has been awarded to Defense Electronics Operations' Rockwell-Collins Itaiiana S.p.A., a wholly owned Rockwell International Corporation overseas subsidiary.
Senator Spark Matsunaga (DHawaii) announced recently that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has selected the Hawaiian Dredging and Construction Company, a subsidiary of Dillingham Corporation of Honolulu, as the lead company for the $7.
Aqua Signal Corporation of West Chicago, 111., has published an elaborate 52-page catalog that illustrates the latest state-of-the-art lighting techniques for shipping, offshore, industry and sporting areas. The catalog offers more than just plain
Key units of a new antisubmarine warfare tactical data system for the U.S. Navy's Knox Class frigates will be developed by Rockwell International Corporation under an approximately $4- million subcontract from Computer Sciences Corporation's Defense Systems Division.
Talon Technology Corporation, Richardson, Texas, was organized recently to provide mobile satellite data communications systems and consulting services to the petroleum, marine, and defense industries. Lynn B. Heitman is president of the new company,