Transas Debuts Remote Worker Tracking System

Press Release
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Photo: Transas

Transas Marine launched a Remote Worker Tracking System (RWTS), enabling clients to substantially increase OHS levels in construction works on offshore structures such as wind and wave generators or any other offshore platform, by offering an innovative and easy-to-use personnel tracking system.

RWTS makes it possible to monitor and control personnel movements to/from offshore facilities and detect their location. The system is easy to deploy. There is no need to install any equipment or communication links at construction site, which makes it suitable for use during any construction phase.

Information on workers' movements is stored in a database and can be displayed on electronic chart or in a tabular form. Remote Worker Tracking System is fully integrated with Transas VTS.

www.transas.com

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