PRONAUTAS Signs 120 Connectivity Solutions Contracts

MarineLink.com
Monday, June 24, 2013

PRONAUTAS said it is enjoying continued success in the Maritime Connectivity market, securing more than 120 connectivity contracts in the last 12 months alone. The company attributed the success to the introduction of the Total Solution package, combining a ship-to-shore connectivity service with airtime provision, accounting authority services, radio registration, service and maintenance for communication and navigation equipment. Operating on a one-stop-shop principle, PRONAUTAS’ Ships IT Solutions are supported by its in-house Connectivity Support Centre for remote maintenance.

Implemented projects include installations of VSAT, FleetBroadband and Existing & Evolved Terminals such as Fleet 77/55/33. Connectivity solutions have ranged from cost-effective to complex, with complete LAN, wireless LAN networks, and the integration of a maritime communication platform. PRONAUTAS also provides operator and administrator training, both for onboard system users and IT personnel within shipping companies.

www.pro-nautas.com

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