Ghana Orders Adveto CVTS Port Control Software

Press Release
Thursday, December 20, 2012

Extended Adveto Compact Vessel Traffic System (CVTS) for Ghana Port Authority to be provided through True Heading of Stockholm.

The new CVTS licenses for the ports of Tema and Takoradi represents an extension of the first AIS-order in 2011. The CVTS software is a part of a complete AIS and surveillance system delivered by True Heading (publ). The complete delivery will be performed during January 2013.

“We have chosen the Adveto CVTS software for the delivery to Ghana Port Authority”, says True Heading ́s Managing Director Anders Bergström. “The Adveto CVTS software has proven not only to be very reliable but also to provide an AIS presentation fulfilling the latest international standards”.

“We are proud that we have been chosen to deliver our CVTS technology to this high status delivery” says Kent Sylvén, Managing Director of Adveto. “The current version of our CVTS is the third generation. Our first Vessel Traffic Presentation was delivered as early as 1993 and was then the first in the world to be able to present AIS”.

Adveto Advanced Technology AB is a limited company, privately owned, based in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Adveto is a pioneer in the electronic navigation sector and the company was established in December 1985.

 

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