Beam Oceana 800 covert piracy system for maritime communication

Tuesday, 05 June, 2012 | Supplied by: Inmarsat Services Ltd



Beam Communications has produced a satellite piracy solution for secure communication on board a vessel. The system operates with the Inmarsat satellite network.

The Oceana 800 Covert Piracy Solution provides a system for a safe room or citadel on board a vessel. The system ensures that, in the event of a piracy attack, essential communications on board the vessel can be maintained and used for alerting authorities. The antenna is intended for covert placement and claimed to be less likely to be spotted and targeted prior to an attack.

The system operates with the FleetPhone service and ensures the captain and crew have access to communications, tracking and alert functionality from the system. In the event of an attack, an alert can be raised and then the vessel tracked immediately.

Online: www.inmarsat.com
Phone: 0011 65 6521 3999
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