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Here you can find some of our reference Britain's Maritime and Coast Guard Agency (BMCA) Transmitters for NAVTEX solutionBritain's Maritime and Coast Guard Agency (BMCA) Transmitters for NAVTEX solution

We ensure the broadcasting ability of BMCA's NAVTEX solutions.

SAIT secured a prestigious order from ICS Electronics Limited intended for BMCA – Britain’s Maritime and Coast Guard Agency – for the replacement of the three radio NAVTEX Broadcasting Stations located at Cullercoats, Niton and Portpatrick.

Under the terms of this order, SAIT will provide 3 pairs of 1 KW transmitters type CST2001T MF for the BMCA NAVTEX network around Great Britain also covering part of Northern Ireland.

An important feature of the system is the high level of integration with the ICS Electronics NAVTEX components and software which proves the outstanding cooperation over many years between SAIT and ICS.

Hong Kong MRCC

We assist the Hong Kong MRCC in ensuring maritime safety in their international waters.

SAIT’s experience in the design and manufacturing of MF/HF maritime radio communication equipment was the base of a new order for the completion of the GMDSS system of Hong Kong MRCC.

Hong Kong Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (HKMRCC) is operated by the Marine Department of the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and is responsible to coordinate all maritime search and rescue (SAR) in international waters of South China Sea, Bounded by Latitude 10° North and Longitude 120° East. This area is called the Hong Kong’s Maritime Search and Rescue Region (SRR).

The local company, Pacific Century Cyberworks Ltd (PCCW), secured the order from HKMRCC to supply and install required HF and MF transmitting systems. The HF Transmitting System shall interface and integrate with the existing voice communication equipment, DSC modems, NBDP modems and audio/data interface panels and HKO’s broadcasting interface at HKMRCC.

SAIT will supply two systems including four 5 KW HF transmitters in 4 for 3 configuration and two 1 KW MF NAVTEX transmitters in 2 for 1 configuration, all for Cape d’Aguilar Radio Station.

Irish Coast Guard

We ensure the Irish Coast Guard can send out Maritime Safety Information (MSI).

The Irish Coast Guard, part of the Department of Transportation, is a 24/7 organization that is responsible for the Search and Rescue (SAR), pollution and salvage response in the marine environment, marine communications network and marine safety awareness within the boundaries of the SAR region and on inland waters and lakes.

SAIT was awarded the project by the Irish Coast Guard and supplied, installed and commissioned NAVTEX transmitters with a Control and User interface for 2 locations in Ireland: Valentia and Malinhead.

The NAVTEX will provide ships in the Irish SAR region and in Irish inland waters and lakes navigational and meteorological warnings and forecasts, as well as urgent marine safety information.

Democratic Republic Of São Tomé

We provide and increase the maritime security around the Archipelago of São Tomé.

Within the scope of the first phase of an overall rehabilitation and upgrading program of the Ministry of Public Work and Infrastructure, the Ministry of Defense granted a contract to SAIT to improve the maritime safety around the Island of São Tomé.

SAIT will supply, install and commission GMDSS coastal radio communication equipment in the Archipelago of São Tomé e Príncipe. The solution of SAIT will improve the safety of life at sea in accordance with the Rules, Regulations, Recommendations of the IMO – International Maritime Organization and the ITU – International Telecommunication Union as part of the SOLAS Convention.

The GMDSS solution comprises of three coastal stations deployed on the island of São Tomé and on the island of Príncipe using VHF base station transmitters / receivers and associated digital selective calling (DSC) equipment controlled from the Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC) in São Tomé City. The system also includes VHF (watch keeping) radio telephony channels and wide screen displays.

The system is expected to be operational by the first quarter of 2010 and will cover the whole archipelago state located in the Gulf of Guinea and consisting of the main island of São Tomé (860 km2) and of Príncipe (104 Km2) as well as some small offshore islands.