Monthly Archives: April 2009
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 28, 2009Contact: Jay Keenan1+954.565.9898 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org Paradox MarineSmartKey RFID TechnologyParadox Marine Introduces Nav-Tracker 2.0 SmartKEYRFID technology allows automatic system arming and disarming Fort Lauderdale, Florida (USA) – Boat security systems supplier Paradox Marine has enhanced its Nav-Tracker 2.0 wireless boat location and GPS tracking system with SmartKEY, which automatically disarms the system … Continue reading
First is a link to Modern Day Piracy:http://piratebook.blogspot.com/2009/04/armed-guards-help-repel-attack-on.html The subject is finally getting the attention it deserves within the marine industry. Second is from YachtPals:http://www.yachtpals.com/somalia-pirates-4145 Dealing with the complex issue, not the sound bite solutions others are offering.
A short while ago I posted a longish (by my standards) post on the importance of awareness. To follow this up, what do we do with our new awareness skill? As we discussed near and far range awareness, let’s discuss far range first. The further out we detect possible threats, the earlier we can prepare … Continue reading
http://feraljundi.com/2009/04/08/maritime-security-the-pathetic-non-action-of-todays-shipping-industry-off-the-coast-of-africa/ While this article is concerning itself with Somalia and the situation primarily concerning commercial vessels, I feel the sentiment applies equally well to the civilian yachting community. The below quotes sum it up: “To not defend your boats, is pathetic and damn near criminal. I say criminal, because you are purposely sending people into … Continue reading