Cross-Industry Maritime Team Design & Build Fast Prototype 75 Ft Boat Equipped with IoT and Rugged IT Technology – New Search & Rescue Functionality Plus Real-Time Performance Metrics

In the past, I’ve talked about how technology has been successfully deployed on big ships like ocean cruisers and defense vessels but what about fast leisure craft, like powerboats, speedboats and ribs?

I don’t know about you, but I felt that these sailors had literally missed the boat (pardon the pun) when it came to the latest and greatest technology, particularly around safety. And yet, according to the European Boating Industry, 36 million Europeans are boaters. Over six million boats are kept in European waters while 4,500 marinas provide 1.75 million berths both inland and in coastal areas.

Experts together for safety

I spoke to other colleagues in the industry. Together, we decided we were going to address this gap. Our mission was to design a fast boat, equipped to operate in extreme environments with rugged technology to track performance and importantly, deliver new levels of safety.

Together, we assembled a group of like-minded marine visionaries, namely: Safehaven Marine, boat designers and builders; Navarino, one of the world’s largest distributors of integrated satellite communications solutions, Iridium, a leading mobile satellite communications company, 8West, a software development and consultancy company with a focus on innovative marine safety solutions, and of course, yours truly from Dell Technologies OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions Maritime.

First of its kind

This wasn’t a talk forum or an excuse for PowerPoint slides. We didn’t sit around, drink coffee and shoot the breeze! No, over the last three years, we’ve rolled up our sleeves and worked together to design and build a prototype boat in Cork, Ireland, like no other. And where better than Cork – home to one of the largest natural harbours in the world and the oldest yacht club?

This experience has been what I would call a labour of love, a collaboration where we collectively worked as a single crew, using a combination of tried and trusted craftsmanship honed over the centuries allied with the latest technology.

Wave-piercing design

Built by Safehaven Marine, the boat design in itself is revolutionary, crossing a wave-piercing monohull with a catamaran hull with four Caterpillar C8.7 650hp engines providing top speeds in excess of 50 knots.

Ruggedised technology

Picture a 75 foot boat, equipped with customised and rugged military-grade compute and network infrastructure, including Dell Latitude 7424 laptops, PowerEdge XR2 rugged servers, Dell 3002 IoT Edge Gateways and switches. All our rugged technology packs a punch and is ideal for tough conditions and tight spaces.

Ship to shore

From a communications perspective, the boat is fitted with Dual Cobham Sailor 4300 Iridium Certus L-band satcom antennas, a Navarino Infinity Cube dual node, high availability , high performance/active cluster plus IoT G-force sensors, which connect real-time to Azure via a dual-site connection.

Information is power

Using Dell Edge Gateways, these sensors collect and analyse data, gathering a huge range of inputs, for example, the weather, temperature and humidity, engine data, speed, geographical position plus sea motions like heave, pitch, roll and acceleration. A real-time web portal allows the crew to record and analyse vessel performance in real-time before live-streaming the data onshore.

Search and rescue functionality

That’s not all! In addition to performance data, Safe Trx Ranger software from 8West can automatically track the boat’s location and alert emergency contacts ashore, should the craft fail to return on time.

In this scenario, the user’s location is automatically sent to the SafeTrx Monitoring Console, meaning that the Coast Guard can instantly view the position of the emergency call, accessing vessel name, user name, gender, phone number, vessel name, craft type, radio equipment, last reported position, people on board, activity and trip ID. The application also displays the location, speed and heading on the emergency call screen.

Cost-effective, easy and reliable

Importantly, the system provides boat users who don’t have or use Automatic Identification System (AIS) on board with a cost-effective, automated and reliable way to keep the Search and Rescue authorities informed of their voyage plans and location. In fact, SafeTrx is the first data source that focuses on leisure craft users without AIS. In this way, it significantly contributes to the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) IMdatE maritime situational awareness picture.

What a beauty!

I believe that as a team, we have achieved our goal. Our prototype boat is capable of delivering fast performance in extreme environments and comes complete with rugged, reliable IT infrastructure, promising new levels of safety for leisure craft.

Our team is proud to participate in this partnership and contribute to better safety standards at sea. I believe that this is a great example of how IT technology can be a force for good, driving human progress and making a real difference to society.

Are you a regular sailor? Do you work in the maritime industry? Do you have comments or questions? Do join the conversation. We’d love to hear from you.

Learn more about Dell Technologies OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions

Learn more about our maritime solutions

Keep in touch. Follow us on Twitter@DellTechOEM or @Etienne_Mary.

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Cross-Industry Maritime Team Design & Build Fast Prototype 75 Ft Boat Equipped with IoT and Rugged IT Technology

In the past, I’ve talked about how technology has been successfully deployed on big ships like ocean cruisers and defense vessels but what about fast leisure craft, like powerboats, speedboats and ribs?

I don’t know about you, but I felt that these sailors had literally missed the boat (pardon the pun) when it came to the latest and greatest technology, particularly around safety. And yet, according to the European Boating Industry, 36 million Europeans are boaters. Over six million boats are kept in European waters while 4,500 marinas provide 1.75 million berths both inland and in coastal areas.

Experts together for safety

I spoke to other colleagues in the industry. Together, we decided we were going to address this gap. Our mission was to design a fast boat, equipped to operate in extreme environments with rugged technology to track performance and importantly, deliver new levels of safety.

Together, we assembled a group of like-minded marine visionaries, namely: Safehaven Marine, boat designers and builders; Navarino, one of the world’s largest distributors of integrated satellite communications solutions, Iridium, a leading mobile satellite communications company, 8West, a software development and consultancy company with a focus on innovative marine safety solutions, and of course, yours truly from Dell Technologies OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions Maritime.

First of its kind

This wasn’t a talk forum or an excuse for PowerPoint slides. We didn’t sit around, drink coffee and shoot the breeze! No, over the last three years, we’ve rolled up our sleeves and worked together to design and build a prototype boat in Cork, Ireland, like no other. And where better than Cork – home to one of the largest natural harbours in the world and the oldest yacht club?

This experience has been what I would call a labour of love, a collaboration where we collectively worked as a single crew, using a combination of tried and trusted craftsmanship honed over the centuries allied with the latest technology.

Wave-piercing design

Built by Safehaven Marine, the boat design in itself is revolutionary, crossing a wave-piercing monohull with a catamaran hull with four Caterpillar C8.7 650hp engines providing top speeds in excess of 50 knots.

Ruggedised technology

Picture a 75 foot boat, equipped with customised and rugged military-grade compute and network infrastructure, including Dell Latitude 7424 laptops, PowerEdge XR2 rugged servers, Dell 3002 IoT Edge Gateways and switches. All our rugged technology packs a punch and is ideal for tough conditions and tight spaces.

Ship to shore

From a communications perspective, the boat is fitted with Dual Cobham Sailor 4300 Iridium Certus L-band satcom antennas, a Navarino Infinity Cube dual node, high availability , high performance/active cluster plus IoT G-force sensors, which connect real-time to Azure via a dual-site connection.

Information is power

Using Dell Edge Gateways, these sensors collect and analyse data, gathering a huge range of inputs, for example, the weather, temperature and humidity, engine data, speed, geographical position plus sea motions like heave, pitch, roll and acceleration. A real-time web portal allows the crew to record and analyse vessel performance in real-time before live-streaming the data onshore.

Search and rescue functionality

That’s not all! In addition to performance data, Safe Trx Ranger software from 8West can automatically track the boat’s location and alert emergency contacts ashore, should the craft fail to return on time.

In this scenario, the user’s location is automatically sent to the SafeTrx Monitoring Console, meaning that the Coast Guard can instantly view the position of the emergency call, accessing vessel name, user name, gender, phone number, vessel name, craft type, radio equipment, last reported position, people on board, activity and trip ID. The application also displays the location, speed and heading on the emergency call screen.

Cost-effective, easy and reliable

Importantly, the system provides boat users who don’t have or use Automatic Identification System (AIS) on board with a cost-effective, automated and reliable way to keep the Search and Rescue authorities informed of their voyage plans and location. In fact, SafeTrx is the first data source that focuses on leisure craft users without AIS. In this way, it significantly contributes to the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) IMdatE maritime situational awareness picture.

What a beauty!

I believe that as a team, we have achieved our goal. Our prototype boat is capable of delivering fast performance in extreme environments and comes complete with rugged, reliable IT infrastructure, promising new levels of safety for leisure craft.

Our team is proud to participate in this partnership and contribute to better safety standards at sea. I believe that this is a great example of how IT technology can be a force for good, driving human progress and making a real difference to society.

Are you a regular sailor? Do you work in the maritime industry? Do you have comments or questions? Do join the conversation. We’d love to hear from you.

Learn more about Dell Technologies OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions

Learn more about our maritime solutions

Keep in touch. Follow us on Twitter@DellTechOEM or @Etienne_Mary.

Join our LinkedIn OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions Showcase page here.

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Blockchain startup Digital Asset secures $35M in Series C round

New York-based blockchain startup Digital Asset has raised over $35 million in Series C funding round, bringing its total funding to $150 million to date.

The round drew support from new and existing investors led by Jefferson River Capital, the family office of former Blackstone president Tony James, and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), CoinDesk reported.

The company said that the fresh funding will be used to accelerate the adoption of the open-source DAML smart contract language across multiple industries and to expand the number and variety of DAML-enabled partner products. Part of the funding will also be used to fund new products that aim to enhance the DAML developer experience, specifically project:DABL, a cloud-based prototyping, and production environment for DAML applications.

“DAML allows you to focus only on what you need to do to differentiate your product and eliminate the complexity that doesn’t provide value to your organization,” said Yuval Rooz, co-founder and CEO of Digital Asset. “Ninety percent of development time is wasted on undifferentiated work. With this new funding, we will go further on this mission to focus on the 10 percent value-add by providing a world-class smart contract experience regardless of where your application runs.”

Earlier this year, Digital Asset open-sourced its smart contract language DAML, which helps automate business processes and digitally facilitate, verify, and enforce agreements between two or more entities. The company provides commercial integrations of DAML with partner platforms, allowing organizations of any size to develop “secure, sophisticated, compliant, and operationally solid applications faster and deploy them to any ledger.”

In April, Digital Asset partnered with VMware to integrate DAML with VMware Blockchain. Further integrations with Hyperledger Sawtooth, Hyperledger Fabric, Corda, and Amazon’s QLDB and Aurora databases have been announced.

ASX selected Digital Asset in 2016 to replace its Clearing House Electronic Subregister System (CHESS) with a distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based system. Earlier this year, ASX signed a three-party memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Digital Asset and VMware in order to provide its DLT offering with support from these two firms.

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Accenture open sources enterprise blockchain interoperability solution with Hyperledger

Last month, Accenture quietly open-sourced its Blockchain Integration Framework (BIF) via Hyperledger. The project is an interoperability solution that currently supports Hyperledger Fabric, Quorum and R3’s Corda. BIF aims to enable the exchange of on-chain data or assets between separate permissioned blockchains or networks.

There are hopes for the initiative to eventually become a Hyperleddger project, but given its infancy, it is currently part of the “Hyperledger Lab”.

There’s an increasing demand to enable enterprise blockchains to interoperate. Trade networks need to talk to each other, and the banks involved in trade finance networks want to tap into the data stored on the trade blockchains.

BIF is not Accenture‘s first run at the interoperability issue. More than a year ago it unveiled a very different version which required a trusted interoperability node. That involved a centralized server sitting between two networks, a not-so-desirable solution for decentralized applications.

However, unlike its predecessor, the latest incarnation, BIF, set out to achieve interoperability “without a middleman”.

How it works: the export, import process

Essentially interoperability involves exporting data. When you export physical goods, many parties verify the shipment and the export process. That might include getting an export license, a certificate of origin, a bill of lading and several other documents.

The critical point is the importer and its bank know the transaction is legitimate even before seeing the goods because other organizations have said so.

Likewise, the BIF blockchain interoperability approach assumes that several parties confirm the exported data is correct.

So each network has a set of “interoperability validators”. These interoperability validators confirm to the second network that the outgoing data is legitimate. The second blockchain network can verify the proof based on the public keys of the first chain’s validators.

What’s in store?

A critical aspect of interoperability is identity management. Every network will have a way to manage the identity of participants. Hence part of the roadmap is to integrate the Hyperledger Indy identity framework.

Other future features include atomic swaps in which one asset is exchanged for another in real-time. If one leg fails, then both fail, to avoid the situation where an asset is transferred, but the payment doesn’t complete. Plus there are plans to integrate with additional ledgers such as Hyperledger Sawtooth and Digital Asset.

In order to graduate from Hyperledger Labs to a fully-fledged project, the initiative will need to expand its community and documentation. It already appears that Fujitsu is a participant.

Other blockchain interoperability initiatives

Accenture certainly isn’t the first to tackle interoperability, and likely not the last. There are a variety of technical approaches.

In fact, Hyperledger has another interoperability project, Quilt, which is the open-source version of Interledger originally developed by Ripple and used to exchange payments or currencies.

Also targeted at permissioned networks, Clearmatics, the developer behind the Utility Settlement Coin (USC) project has its ION protocol. This enables separate private Ethereum networks to interoperate as well as with Hyperledger Fabric.

Meanwhile, R3 would argue that Corda has interoperability baked in. Its Corda Network enables separate Corda ledgers, if they so choose, to interoperate by using a shared network and identity infrastructure. But it only works with other Corda dApps.

Quant has its Overledger protocol which it positions as a messaging layer for multi-ledger applications.

And in the public blockchain world, there are solutions such as Cosmos, Polkadot and Aion that assume a hub and spoke approach. In contrast, Ark uses Smartbridge, which acts as a messaging layer.

Sidechains were initially invented to help public blockchains to scale be moving transactions off the main blockchain. But these are also an interoperability tool because private blockchains can run as sidechains of public blockchains. OneLedger seems to be in the early stages of working on this concept. And along these lines, ConsenSys released a paper earlier this year entitled “Atomic Crosschain Transactions for Ethereum Private Sidechains.”

So there’s plenty of work happening on the technical solutions to interoperability. Accenture, with its diverse range of enterprise blockchain projects, is in a great position to figure out what’s needed. But the technology is only one important piece of the interoperability puzzle. Issues such as standards and governance may prove to be even harder.


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State Street Slashes DLT Developer Team as Bank Rethinks Blockchain Strategy

State Street, the global custodian bank, has taken a new direction with its blockchain strategy and cut scores of developer jobs in the process, people familiar with the situation said.

The focus is now more on digital assets such as tokenized stocks and bonds through to cryptocurrencies, rather than the heavy lifting work of re-plumbing front to back office with distributed ledger technology (DLT).

Because of various cost pressures weighing on the Boston-based bank, there has been a dramatic streamlining of the global blockchain team in the past few weeks. A former State Street engineer, who wanted to remain nameless, said the cuts numbered over 100 blockchain developers.

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A second person familiar with the situation said “most of the blockchain team had gone,” and that the number let go was “upwards of 100.” There are now “only a few token people left” from the team, this person said, meaning “token” as in perfunctory, not in the crypto sense.

(All told, State Street has 39,407 employees worldwide, according to its latest quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission).

“They are moving away from this giant in-house DLT initiative,” the source said of State Street. “They are more focused on digital assets, stablecoins, custody, and the USC initiative [the Utility Settlement Coin being developed by bank consortium Fnality].”

Ralph Achkar, managing director of digital products at State Street in London, acknowledged that it had “streamlined some of the people in those teams,” declining to give exact numbers of those let go.

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But that streamlining should not be taken to mean “we are not focused on distributed ledger,” he said. “That is absolutely not the case.”

Innovator’s dilemma

Previously, a large DLT team at State Street had been working with the Hyperledger Fabric open-source permissioned blockchain software.

The aim was to create a single book of record, which could run State Street’s investment book at the front end, an accounting book of record for the middleware and a custody book of record on the back end. This new DLT system would remove the need to reconcile between hundreds of databases, involving hundreds of man-hours each day.

Now, however, the bank is now describing its approach as “ledger-agnostic,” and relying more on outside providers.

“If something is Fabric-related we still have some Fabric engineers on board,” said Achkar, who runs a digital asset product development and innovation team in London, complemented by similar teams in the U.S. and Singapore. But his objective is to identify the best business cases, rather than the best protocol, he said.

“I think the choice in approaching that space was, do we need to have all of these resources internally, or can we actually build partnerships and work with other providers in the market?” he said.

Most big banks face the same issues as State Street in grappling with how best to upgrade legacy systems. When the system in question controls over $30 trillion in asset movements, digital transformation is not going to happen overnight.

“There is an innovator’s dilemma,” said Achkar, using a well-known term for the challenge to large incumbent players of adopting technologies that would disrupt their business models. “What we recognize is that some of the processes that might appear to be inefficient in the market today are there for a reason.”

Market rules and market structure have been put in place to ensure bad behaviors can be detected early on, or prevented altogether, he said. “We don’t believe that you are going to throw everything you have done away and replace it with new tech and everything is resolved. It’s hard to imagine it happening that way.”

New kid on the block

In any case, State Street’s loss has turned out to be a gain for others.

Moiz Kohari, the former global chief technology architect at State Street, who left the bank in April to co-found DLT-based data privacy startup Manetu, has been busy hiring.

According to its website, Manetu has so far hired former State Street senior vice president Greg Haskins, as chief technology officer; former SVP of enterprise data Conor Allen as head of product; and former managing director Binh Nguyen as chief scientist.

“I on-boarded some of the big names to my Manetu team on Nov. 5,” said Kohari. “There are others from the bank behind them who I’m not going to name; multiple maintainers on the Hyperledger project.”

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Why Ethereum Developer Virgil Griffith May Be Imprisoned For Giving A Blockchain Presentation


Ethereum Foundation’s special projects researcher, Virgil Griffith has been arrested for allegedly violating the IEEPA (International Emergency Economic Powers Act) by giving a presentation on decentralised application and blockchain platform- Ethereum in North Korea.

The United States Department of Justice in their statement said that Griffith, 36, travelled to North Korea to deliver a presentation on using cryptocurrency and blockchain tech to evade sanctions. According to experts, he may face prison time for this.



The U.S. Attorney said that Virgil provided highly technical information to North Korea that can help it to launder money and evade sanctions from the U.S. In simple terms, the U.S doesn’t want North Korea to find a way to escape from under its thumb. These sanctions are something which keeps the pressure on North Korea.

North Korea is deemed as the country which poses a real threat to the U.S national security and its allies, so it is concerned with every move that North Korea tries to make to cut loose from the U.S, even if it is a blockchain expert.


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Maybe it doesn’t sound like a big deal when one is scrolling through the headlines but, the blockchain technology and cryptocurrency may have a way to escape the sanctions imposed by the U.S, which is the reason why Venezuela and Iran have been working on to create a National Cryptocurrency.

Ethereum Foundation Remains Indifferent To The Arrest

Now what U.S attorney’s office says about Virgil Griffith is that he presented a decentralized solution and discussed a way for North Korea to resist the sanctions imposed upon it. The U.S department claimed that Griffith travelled to North Korea despite the State denying him permission to travel. This means that Griffith knew that travelling to North Korea and presenting the paper violates the sanctions against North Korea.

In a statement, the Ethereum Foundation described Griffith’s travel to North Korea as a personal matter.” The statement said, “The Foundation is aware of the recent charges filed against Virgil Griffith. We can confirm that the Foundation was not represented in any capacity at the events outlined in the Justice Department’s filing and that the Foundation neither approved nor supported any such travel, which was a personal matter. We are continuing to monitor the situation as it develops.”

Why Escape The U.S Control?

So, we all know since World War 2 ended, U.S Dollar has been the world’s dominant reserve currency because of which the vast majority of cross-border trade is conducted in dollars. This gives the U.S immense power over other countries when it comes to politics and financial aspect.

Now, losing access to dollar-clearing and correspondent relationships with banks in New York would mean a death sentence to most financial institutions, and in 2012 the U.S used this power or the leverage to oust Iran from the nuclear sanctions. Which meant Iran couldn’t transfer money across the globe which curbed Iran’s financial as well as nuclear ambitions.

Because of the power, the U.S holds on account of its currency, emerging powers like China, with some Asia regulatory experts have been calling for an alternative international reserve currency.

Now, to develop some resistance to these sanctions that the U.S imposed, countries like Iran, Russia, Venezuela are looking to build blockchain technology. Each country plans on claiming a statewide cryptocurrency to eventually dissolve the effects of Dollar.

Now, what’s important is to know is that the leading tech behind this is open-source, free to use. For example, Iran announced this August that is was planning for a national cryptocurrency. Which will run on an open-source platform for enterprise blockchain system like Hyperledger Fabric. Hundreds of firms around the world are involved with Hyperledger blockchain projects. Another example is Venezuela.


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New Hyperledger Quilt is Here as a Java Implementation of the Interledger Protocol by Ripple and …

In a post on Coil, David Fueling, who is the software architect for Ripple and Xpring, announced the Hyperledger Quilt v1.0, which he describes as an implementation of the Interledger protocol that allows payments across any payment network. Here is a summary of the announcement.

Fueling explains that interledger allows for open protocols and standards to permit payment interoperability across any currency, including fiat or crypto. There is no single company or organization that controls the interledger. Rather, the interledger features various entities and institutions that can decide which interledger network they want to connect to.

Given that no single entity owns the interledger, the software is free and open source. He explains that Quilt is hosted in the Hyperledger community, which works to provide a governance structure to allow the platform’s implementation to mature. Hyperledger Quilt and interledger are backed by major developers from various organization, one of which is Xpring.

He then explains that at Xpring, an open platform for developers is being created. The open platform allows developers to integrate money into their applications, and that interledger is central to the vision.

There is heavy investment in tools and serves, including Interledger Testnet, to permit anyone to build a payment system using the interledger technologies. Further, Xpring’s platform is developed to promote innovation in blockchain to interoperate all the money with the launch of Quilt v1.0.

In the post, Fueling also explains some of the core primitive features, and he also provides a walk through on how to send an interledger payment from a Java application when using Quilt. The instructions are easy to follow, clear, and can help users achieve sending an interledger payment when using quilt.

The full post can be read here: https://coil.com/p/xpring/Announcing-Quilt-v1-0-Interledger-for-the-Java-platform/6E3ClmMlE.

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