Sea Surveillance will take part in Exploration and Production Offshore Congress Hub in Thessaloniki 16th-17th of September 2019 to share it’s expertise in assuring maritime safety monitoring and control. The company has been operating since 2005 and has more than 50 installations around the globe. The main office is in Bergen, Norway.

Explosion proof and weather-resistant radar domes for surveillance in adverse conditions.

The Ex(p) radar dome is a self-regulating Ex(p) protected enclosure for X-band radars, S-band radars, VSAT antennas, position reference sensors and other kinds of surveillance equipment.

Offshore monitoring radar dome

ATEX zone 1 and 2 ready: the radar dome can be used when installing radars in potentially explosive oil platform areas. The radar dome allows for the use of radars during gas leakage, increases equipment life and durability, and protects radar equipment from strong wind, rain and extreme temperatures.

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Maritime Monitoring System for 24/7 safety monitoring of offshore installations
The Maritime Monitoring System is a radar-based solution developed according to offshore industry standards that assures 24/7 monitoring of the maritime situation around offshore assets. Information is available through both the offshore operator room and onshore control centre. The system gathers traffic and environment information from the radars, AIS, CCTV, VHF and other sensors. The information is processed and displayed on the single Information Surveillance Display. All data is superimposed on electronic charts.

Safety monitoring system for offshore installations

Being flexible and versatile, the system is suitable for large control centres and one-operator systems. User-friendly operator-configurable interface simplifies operator training.
System modules feature:
  • Vessel information
  • Guard zones with automatic audio and visual alarms
  • Integrated helicopter tracking (ADS-B)
  • Integration to 3rd party oil spill detection (OSD) system
  • Fleet management module that utilises vessel GPS for tracking vessels in the open sea
  • Intrusion detection module
  • CCTV integration
  • Record and playback
  • Radar and other sensors remote control

VHF radio system for onshore and offshore operations

The VHF subsystem allows onshore and offshore operators to perform VHF calls via remote radio using VHF-over-IP technology. This can be integrated into a larger surveillance system or used as a stand-alone application. All audio streams to and from VHF base station use the ED137 communication protocol. Remote control of base stations is based on the TCP protocol. All VHF conversations are recorded on the central server and can be retrieved for playback. The VHF system can include up to 150 radios and is entirely remotely operated and controlled via touch screen panel.

VHF radio system for offhore installations surveillance
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Natalia Yudina, Marketing Director

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