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Marine Technology Company is a non-profit organization, and its main activity is research and development in the field of technical sciences. Since its inception in February 1998, the company has been undertaking various research topics, including artificial intelligence, and the use of modern technologies and focus on innovation is the common denominator of the issues raised. Marine Technology is 100% in the hands of Polish shareholders.

Marine Technology participated in many research projects among them 5 individual projects was financed by National Research and Development Center (3 are in the progress):

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HydroNav3D

„Autonomous navigation and automatic 3D hydrography system of unmanned floating platform”, 2019 – 2022. The project subject is a significant improvement of the autonomous/remote-controlled multi-purpose surface by developing an autonomous system 3D navigation and automatic hydrography platform. Improved unit could perform measurement missions in the field of bathymetric, sonar and other measurements in autonomous mode by implementing an adaptively planned trajectory and conducting an automatic analysis of 3D measurement data in near real-time included automatic classification of a bottom type, recognition and identification of bottom objects, construction of numerical model of bottom and sonar mosaic and multisensory shoreline extraction to determine the area of permissible maneuvers.

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HydroDron

„Development of autonomous/remotely controlled floating platform dedicated to hydrographic measurements in limited waters”, 2016- 2019. Project object was to develop an autonomous / remote-controlled multitasking water platform to the implementation of the hydrographic survey missions in the ports, estuaries, anchorages, bays and lakes, rivers and other restricted areas. As part of the project, an innovative world-class autonomous hydrographic survey platform equipped with state-of-the-art sensors was built.

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INNOBAT

„Innovative autonomous unmanned bathymetric monitoring system for shallow water bodies”, 2021-2024. The system enables synchronous bathymetric and LiDAR measurements of ultra-shallow water bodies and the coastal zone from an autonomous floating and flying platform.

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SHREC

„Automatic identification and identification system for vessels in waters covered by video surveillance”, 2018-2021. The system allows the process automation of unit recognition, identification of these units as automatic and structured information in the target system and its transmission to other systems the purpose of alerting services about the threat).

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MOBINAV

„Mobile Inland Navigation”, 2013-2016. Main scientific purposes was to development of spatial data processing method for needs of mobile cartographic and efficient navigation on inland waterways.

Marine Technology is a leader among companies in the LIDER program.

All projects are carried out in accordance with the PRINCE2 methodology.

The company filed the following patent applications:

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„Supervision and response system for a collision situation around a small autonomous and unmanned vessel” P.432742

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„Automatic system for controlling the movement of a vessel in sea, inland and near-sea areas, especially for autonomous and unmanned vessels” P.432992

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„System for creating hydrographic omnidirectional and spatial spherical maps using hydroacoustic and optoelectronic techniques” P.436208

More than 60 articles have been published with the affiliation of Marine Technology (47 in WoS, IH 16, 597 citations), incl. w Remote Sensing, Sensors, Journal of Navigation, Polish Maritime Research, Information Technology and Control, ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information and others.

Examples of references:

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Designing navigation infrastructure in sea and inland waters and many years of research in the field of electronic maps (ENC), including those acquired during the development of the ENC for the River Information System (RIS). Marine Technology performed in 2013. a collection of the first inland ENCs in Poland covering the entire implementation area of the Lower Oder RIS system. These maps have been implemented at the RIS Center.

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In 2018, at the request of the WWF foundation, tests were carried out using its own 3D sonar, aimed at checking the effectiveness of detecting lost fishing gear with acoustic methods in the waters of the Baltic Sea as part of the international project „Marelitt Baltic”.

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In 2013-2015, hydrographic measurements were carried out: bathymetry and sonar during the LNG construction in Świnoujście; before, during and as-built.

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Performing the audit and PFU as part of the construction of the system project „Regional Infrastructure of Spatial Information for the West Pomeranian Voivodeship” (PLN 504 300).

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Technical design of the Smart Buoy (SMB) system in accordance with the assumptions of the conceptual project entitled Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Trafic at Sea - EfficienSea 2 financed under the H2020 program and in 2018 „Development of operational recommendations and operating parameters of the R-Mode terrestrial radio navigation system using the land infrastructure of DGPS and AIS stations” for the Maritime Office in Gdynia.

RIS (River Information Services) is a system that aims to improve the safety of navigation and streamline water transport on inland rivers. RIS are information technology (IT) related services designed to optimise traffic and transport processes in inland navigation, i.e. to enhance a swift electronic data transfer between water and shore through in-advance and real-time exchange of information… Czytaj więcej

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Development of ARPA (Automatic Radar Plotting Aids) and relative maneuvering algorithms for the ARPA system produced by the Industrial Telecommunications Institute (PIT).

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Development of tracking algorithms for objects implemented in the Quiet Sea Council produced by the Industrial Telecommunications Institute (PIT).

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Development and implementation of the silent marine radar operator interface. Employer: PIT.

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Development and implementation of a radar signal recorder at the Naval Academy.

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Development of algorithms and software for tactical maneuvering of ships. The effects of the work were implemented in the command system of the Navy ships produced by the Maritime Technology Center.

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Development of a technical and functional unification project for base stations on the west coast in the AIS-PL system. Employer: Maritime Office in Gdynia.

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Examination of the FMCW radar video signal in terms of its possible use in the information fusion process. Ordering party: Gdynia Maritime University.

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Development of a navigational analysis for the expansion of the sailing port in Frombork. The work was commissioned by an architectural studio in Gdańsk.

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Preparation of a navigational and navigation analysis for the construction of inland marinas in Drewnica and Rybin. Work done on behalf of the architectural studio in Gdansk.

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Comprehensive research on the navigation system and management of the armament of ships. Employer: Maritime Technology Center.

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Development of the concept of software algorithms that provide information on the radar features of several different impulse and continuous wave radars. Employer: Gdynia Maritime University.

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Development of thematic layers of an electronic navigation map of a selected part of the port of Gdynia. Employer: MGGP Aero Sp. z o.o.

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Development of assumptions and software for recording survey data. Employer: ShipFox Sc.

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Execution and launch of software controlling the movement of the unmanned surface platform in the event of loss of communication with the command post and carrying out software tests in laboratory conditions. Employer: SPORTIS S.A.

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Multiple bathymetric measurements of port, inland and marine internal waters in cooperation with the HYDRO-IN company.

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Preparation of the laboratory model design of the dynamic positioning system by comparative methods implemented at Naval Academy in Gdynia.

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Project to establish the RTK maritime differential system on the west coast of Poland as part of the KSBM project. Employer: Maritime Office in Gdynia.

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Development of conditions for the modernization of the infrastructure of the Dziwnów Nautical Station in the aspect of the DGPS-PL shore station function in the National Maritime Safety System-I project.

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