Norcontrol IT Wins China Contract

Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Norcontrol IT won the contract to supply a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) system and Port Management and Information System (PMIS) to the new VTS at Lian Yun Gang seaport, China. The customer is Jiangsu Maritime Safety Administration P.R.C. Delivery of the systems is due to start in December 2005.

Norcontrol IT will supply four operator work stations in the Chinese language, which will be interfaced with Norcontrol IT's Dual PMIS database, also in a Chinese language version. The system includes dual servers for warning and alarm functionality, logging and replay, and an improved tracking CCTV system for the control centre at Lian Yun Gang MSA building. The control center at Jiangsu MSA VTS center will have a remote display installed and the two radar sites will receive Norcontrol IT's highly sophisticated radar tracking systems and integration of the Roboscan CCTV system.


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