Vessel Traffic Management Systems
Radar is a primarily sensor for Vessel Traffic Systems (VTS), Coastal Surveillance, Security, Aids to Navigation and other specific applications. Visionary Marine Technologies Pte Ltd can provide a wide range of Radar Systems to meet any specific client’s performance, standards and budget requirements. Recent advancements in marine radar technology have led to the rapid development of high performance radar processor and antenna system for a variety of environmental applications including secure navigation in chaotic traffic, naval surveillance and oil spill detection, etc. This includes full range of radars that can meet Basic, Standard and Advanced IALA requirements. Different solutions including conventional magnetron, Solid State and FMCW radars.
The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is a ship and shore-based data broadcast system, operating in the VHF maritime band. AIS is the second most important source of vessel’s static & dynamic data to ensure the Traffic Monitoring and Management. We are flexible to offer most suitable solution depending on clients’ needs, including transponders Class A, Class B, Single & Redundant Base Stations, AIS AtoNs (Aids-to-Navigations) beacons and all options as specified by the IEC standard.
Wide range of CCTV, Electro Optical System and Termal Imagers are available. Our approach is rather flexible and we can offer either a custom built solution that are designed to meet your requirements for technology, environment and budget range. Options include, but are not limited to, cooled and uncooled thermal cameras, megapixel cameras, ultra long-range lenses, radar and chart integration, gyro stabilization, and more. Just indicate your requirements and we can design appropriate product that can be integrated within your complex system or can be used by its own.
A radio direction finder(RDF) is a device for finding the direction, or bearing, to a radio. The act of measuring the direction is known as radio direction finding or sometimes simply direction finding (DF). Using two or more measurements from different locations, the location of an unknown transmitter can be determined; alternately, using two or more measurements of known transmitters, the location of a vehicle can be determined. RDF is widely used as a radio navigation system, especially with boats and aircraft.
Marine VHF radio refers to the radio frequency range between 156 and 174 MHz, inclusive. The “VHF” signifies the very high frequency of the range. In the official language of the International Telecommunication Union the band is called the VHF maritime mobile band.