Saab TransponderTech AB Enters New Market

Tuesday, June 01, 2004
Saab TransponderTech AB and Navielektro ky, the provider of state of the art VTMS solutions, decided to cooperate in promoting their products for the VTMS and Coastal Surveillance Systems market. The two companies will offer VTMS and Costal Surveillance systems for the Maritime Administration and Port Administrations of the world. The team has had a long co-operation in the field of AIS system Technology and was the first in the market to supply a system for fusion of AIS and radar tracks.

The VTMS systems will be promoted under the Saab brand name and the team will aim to become a major player on the world market.

Saab TransponderTech AB, a company within the Saab group, has worked with AIS Transponder technology during the last decade and is recognized as one of the leading suppliers of AIS equipment for the shipping industry, and of AIS Base Stations and Infrastructure solutions for landbased applications. Navielektro ky is a Finnish privately owned company specialized in development and maintenance of maritime information-, sensor-, and communication systems for both VTMS and security purposes. The company has designed and delivered one of the largest and most sophisticated VTMS and Coastal surveillance systems in the world. The system is operated by the Finnish Maritime Administration.

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