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.
Consolidation of manufacturing and service entities is perhaps the world's worst kept secret. Marine propulsion manufacturers, in particular, have been rapidly consolidating companies, lines and capabilities in order to broaden their organizations to be truly global,
Cruise lines, perhaps more than any other segment of the shipping market, have eagerly adopted advanced integrated bridge systems to help protect not only passenger, crews and reputations, but also the more than half-billion dollar homes within which they reside.
Nacos 20, a new computerized integrated navigation and command multi-processing system for the optimization of navigation and bridge control of both standard and specific purpose vessels, has been announced by Krupp Atlas Electronik. Integrating
Free Color Literature Available Diagnostic/Retrieval Systems, Inc. (DRS), Oakland, N.J., is a prime defense contractor designing and manufacturing advanced systems for signal processing, videoimage display, data recording, storage and playback,
—Literature Available Ship electronic systems covering all aspects of management afloat were presented by Racal to the international shipping community at the Europort Exhibition in Amsterdam. Known as ISES—Integrated Ship Electronics Systems—the
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,
Under Seas Defense '88 (USD), an international exposition and conference on underwater warfare technology, will be held in the Holiday Inn at Embarcadero, San Diego, Calif., from October 3-6. Under Seas Defense '88 is the second annual exposition and conference in this series.
Hazeltine Corporation, Commack, N.Y., has announced the receipt of a $1.2-million U.S. Navy contract from Naval Sea Systems Command for the development of a digitally programmable c o m m u n i c a t i o ns buoy and buoy interface unit for use in submarine communications via satellite.
E-Systems recently received a $4.7-million U.S. Navy contract to provide continuing systems engineering and technical support services for the downlink communications tracking set used with the Terrier SM-2 missile. The contract with the Naval