GOST Launches Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 8, 2015

Photo: GOST

Photo: GOST

GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies) has announced the latest addition to its line of Nav-Tracker vessel monitoring and surveillance systems – the GOST Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM.

The GOST Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM builds upon the line of vessel monitoring devices, by incorporating a new hardwired interface unit (HWIU). Offering modular versatility, this interface allows the Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM to integrate with hardwired sensors for security and monitoring and trigger a siren and/or strobe as well as simultaneously sending email text message alerts. This system can also be controlled remotely, allowing users to arm and disarm sensors from the GOST Nav-Tracker website.

The GOST Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM is a marine grade, water-resistant system, designed for the harsh marine environment, yet built with the added reassurance of a battery backup. The GOST Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM Package includes: the GOST Nav-Tracker 3.0 control unit with tamperproof backup battery, the hardwired interface unit, a 5 foot I/O cable to connect the HWIU to the control unit, an IP67-rated momentary Arm/Disarm Button, a Door/Hatch Contact, High Water Sensor, GA-Mini Siren (with all the required cables), the GOST Nav-Tracker antenna, a 10-meter antenna cable, a 2-meter power cable and a GNT-L bracket to mount the antenna.

The GOST Nav-Tracker 3.0 SM is available from authorized distributors, worldwide.

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