Great Circle Systems and Hub-Ware Ltd. are pleased to announce the merger of their vessel management software products, Triton Administrator and Techman Hub, into a comprehensive, state-of-the-art new build, refit, and planned maintenance application to be called T5. And now you can see the features in person at METS, at our stand at # 11.206 in the Superyacht Pavilion!
vessel planned maintenance,
Onshore IT support, using remote log-in to access the yacht’s most critical and vulnerable systems, is now standard procedure. Even the biggest vessels with ETOs and IT officers rely on remote access from onshore support to manage A/V, communications, computer network, and cyber security systems. Remote support can provide many benefits far beyond the cost savings of maintaining additional crew for IT support.
Remote IT Support,
Service Level Agreement,
Secure remote access
Check Lists have become the mainstay of safety maintenance compliance. Even yachts that are not required to follow ISM requirements benefit from a fully developed Safety Management System (SMS). Of course, the last thing an engineer or deck officer needs is more paperwork.
Luckily, by setting up check lists in Triton Administrator, yacht crew eliminate tedious paperwork and improve the vessel’s safety with proactive safety equipment maintenance. And now completing a check list is even easier with Triton Mobile!
yacht management software,
vessel planned maintenance,
Triton Mobile app,
It was a typical start to the workday for John*, the Electronic Technical Officer (ETO) for a 119m yacht supported by Great Circle Systems. One of John’s daily tasks (tracked on Triton Administrator) is to check email traffic on the vessel’s exchange server. He quickly noticed that the exchange server was not responding and would not restart. When Josh attempted to open the server, an error message appeared that said: MMC could not create the snap-in. The snap-in might not have been installed correctly. A list of Unhandled Exceptions followed, meaning the system could not find the files or assembly listed.
yacht network design,
vessel remote support,
Back in 2014, Inmarsat notified its customers that its legacy services Inmarsat M, Inmarsat D+, Inmarsat B, GAN and Mini-M would be phased out at the end of 2016, and replaced with faster and more efficient products. Chances are, your satellite services provider has already replaced the equipment reaching its end of life (EOL) date, but if you still haven’t upgraded to the newer equipment, now is the time to make the change.
broadband internet access,
EOL for Inmarsat B, M and Mini-M
Staying connected to the Internet can be a challenge for any yacht, but when your software tools rely upon Internet access, frustration grows with each dropped connection. Until recently, it was almost impossible to use mobile apps on boats because of the spotty Internet access. Unless your vessel sat at the dock with a solid Wi-Fi signal, there was no guarantee your cloud based application was accessible when you needed it.
yacht management software
Now a days being able to connect to the internet is no longer a luxury, it's a necessity. Part of that is the capabilties of your network and WiFi infrastructure. In this weeks blog we'll go over the things that need to be considered when designing and planning a WiFi network aboard your vessel. What type of equipment will I need? Should I go Cisco or should I go with Ruckus. Well why not both?
yacht network design
Hi Everyone I'd like to start this blog by thanking everyone that worked so hard to make FLIBS 2015 a success. This year an esitimated 100,000 plus vistors came to Fort Lauderdale to help kick off the 2015-2016 Winter Yachting Season.