Here's the to go on, along with the soon to be new bowsprit. We also picked up a new 25 men freshly certified life raft. We finished putting on the new air scoops to bring in more fresh air to the engine room
As mentioned in my previous post Make It Happen, we had an investor commit $20 000 to the club to get Labora up and running. They are the first member on the Board of Trustees, apart from myself. If you're interested in investing in the LISC, click here to find out more. Our two largest projects have been upgrading the onboard electronics and getting our main engine, a CAT D333, up and running again. We have been hard at work on many other smaller projects, such as rebuilding our main boom (we cracked it while out sailing) and upgrading our mizzen shroud spreaders to be swept back, allowing the sail to sheet out further as well as create the possibility of setting square sails in the future. A nearly complete list of projects is below.
To modify the settings in Shinobi, you have to click on the small wrench icon on the respective camera screen. The following settings are proven to work and should not be changed without good reason. The settings for the small JideTech camera are: Identity Mode: Watch Only Connection Input Type: H.264/H.265/H.265+ Automatic: No Connection Type: RTSP RTSP Transport: TCP Username: admin Password: admin Host: 192.168.10.253 [the camera's current IP address] Port: 554 Path: /1/h264major [for high quality stream] or /1/h264minor [for low quality stream] Stream Stream Type: Base64 over Websocket The settings for the big Floureon PTZ cameras are: Identity Mode: Watch Only Connection Input Type: H.264/H.265/H.265+ Automatic: No Connection Type: RTSP RTSP Transport: TCP Username: admin Password: admin Host: 192.168.10.251 or 192.168.10.252 [depending on the camera] Port: 554 Path: /1 [for high quality stream]; /2 [for medium quality stream]; /3 [for low quality stream] Stream Stream Type: Base64 over Websocket Controls Controllable: Yes Custom Base URL: rtsp://192.168.10.251:8080 or rtsp://192.168.10.252:8080 [depending on the camera] Call Method: ONVIF Stop Command: Yes
We recently received $20,000 from a new club executive to take Labora to the next phase. With this money we can now afford to work on the following things to get the boat up and sailing. Replacing the main boom Replacing the generator Buying new electronic and navigational equipment Buying new radar Buying new sails