July 2020: FernBin receives funding
The project FernBin started in July 2020. Within the scope of FernBin the coordinated remote-controlled navigation of inland vessels is examined. The vessel will be operated from a remote control station instead of from the wheelhouse of the vessel. All tasks relevant for navigation have to be operated remotely. In order to enable the simultaneous operation of several vessels by a single operator navigational tasks will be automated beyond the current state of art within this project. This project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).
May 2020: Platooning for Inland Vessels: argoTargetPilot on Scylla's Geoffrey Chaucer
Automatically following AIS targets at a defined distance through the combination of argoTrackPilot/AlphaRiverTrackPilot and AlphaFuelControl. The distance to the vessel in front is automatically controlled. As reference track, one can choose the path of the vessel in front or the own guiding line.
September 2019: Visit our booth 140 at Shipping, Technics, Logistics in Kalkar.
We are presenting argoHealthReport, the live portal for our automatic track-keeping system argoTrackPilot. Free for all argoTrackPilot users for one year.
December 2018: BinStabilität will be funded
The project BinStabilität will start in January 2019. During the course of this project the dynamic stability of inland vessels will be investigated. An onboard system which will warn the captain of an upcoming stability issue will be developed. This project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).
November 2018: SCIPPPER – Automatic Lock-Entering
The Project „SChleusenassistenzsystem basIerend auf PPP und VDES für die BinnenschifffahRt“, funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), has been granted and will start on November 1, 2018. Project coordinator: Argonics GmbH.
October 2018: NOVIMAR – Vessel Trains on Waterways
Since May 2017 Argonics GmbH has been lending its expertise in the development of vessel trains. More information can be found on the official project website. This project is funded by the European Union as part of the research and development program Horizon 2020.
Mathematical modeling of ships ranging from yachts to bulk carriers, real world measurement campaigns on the Danube to the North Sea, automatic control applications including autopilot, dynamic positioning and automatic track-keeping systems.