Vissim's History

World’s first Commercial “Collision Avoidance System”

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World’s first Digital Coastline Generator for Ship’s Bridge Simulation

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World’s Largest Sea Surveillance System

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World’s First operational, Internet-based, Port Information System

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World’s First operational, PC-based ARPA

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VHF on IP

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CCTV

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WindFarm

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Coastal VHF

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Personnel tracking

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Oil spill detection

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Offshore Profile

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Wave Height Detection

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Vissim Today

Vissim’s technologies lie behind some of the world’s largest and most complex vessel traffic management and surveillance systems. Vissim is a highly innovative information technology company and, for more than thirty years, we have provided essential capabilities to our customers to enable them to protect their offshore energy assets and maritime borders against threats at sea and to enhance the efficiency of their offshore and maritime operations.

Vissim delivers turnkey solutions and services for real-time data consolidation and presentation for decsion support. Vissim’s applied science aggregates data from a large number of new or existing sensors, such as radar, AIS, VHF, MET, air quality and CCTV, along with external databases including Lloyds and FairPlay. Information is validated and processed to produce a complete maritime picture via an advanced traffic display and other communication tools, adapted to local circumstances.

A further benefit of Vissim’s solutions is that they are designed to fit existing sensor infrastructures, thus offering significant financial and practical advantages to our customers. Vissim is independent of any hardware and sensor supplier, and this unique attribute allows Vissim to provide our customers with candid and objective points of view.

We are an industrial member of IALA, participating on the VTS and eNav committees.

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Horten, April 2018

Statoil has awarded Vissim AS a contract for a sea surveillance system to be installed on the Johan Castberg FPSO.

The contract includes ATEX certified radar domes and software for sea surveillance and radio communications around the FPSO.

‘’This contract reflects Vissim’s strong market position on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) as well as the good collaboration Vissim has had with Statoil in previous projects in the North Sea. We look forward to leveraging our experience and expertise in delivering the Johan Castberg project’’ says CEO of Vissim, Per Arne Henæs.

Vissim will deliver and integrate Radar, AIS, and VHF systems which will further be integrated into Statoil’s marine surveillance center in Bergen. This center provides similar surveillance for all Statoil assets on the NCS.

The project will be delivered from Vissim’s offices in Norway and Slovakia in 2018.

Vissim awarded contract for a sea surveillance system to be installed on the Johan Castberg FPSO
Oslo, January 2018

Regional route Sharing made possible in Baltic Sea using Vissim System and EfficienSea2 Project

Maritime digitalization carried out in the European project EfficienSea2 has enabled effective route sharing between different VTS systems in the Baltic Sea. It has the potential to drastically cut the reporting effort for the ship’s crew, while offering authorities a better ability to ensure safe traffic at sea.

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Regional route sharing made possible in the Baltic Sea
Oslo, November 2017

Vissim has today become an Associated Partner in the STM Validation Project. Vissim acknowledges the STM project as a natural extension of the EfficienSea2 project, where Vissim has delivered a successful pilot for enabling of effective route sharing between different VTS systems in the Baltic. This pilot has proved the technology which potentially can drastically cut reporting for the ship’s crew, while offering authorities better ability of ensuring safe traffic at sea.

Vissim recognizes the STM project as an important research arena for the continued development of the Vissim solutions and looks forward to new challenges.

More about STM project: http://stmvalidation.eu/about-stm

Vissim becomes partner of the STM Validation Project

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Horten, April 2018
Vissim awarded contract for a sea surveillance system to be installed on the Johan Castberg FPSO

Statoil has awarded Vissim AS a contract for a sea surveillance system to be installed on the Johan Castberg FPSO.

The contract includes ATEX certified radar domes and software for sea surveillance and radio communications around the FPSO.

‘’This contract reflects Vissim’s strong market position on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) as well as the good collaboration Vissim has had with Statoil in previous projects in the North Sea. We look forward to leveraging our experience and expertise in delivering the Johan Castberg project’’ says CEO of Vissim, Per Arne Henæs.

Vissim will deliver and integrate Radar, AIS, and VHF systems which will further be integrated into Statoil’s marine surveillance center in Bergen. This center provides similar surveillance for all Statoil assets on the NCS.

The project will be delivered from Vissim’s offices in Norway and Slovakia in 2018.

Oslo, January 2018
Regional route sharing made possible in the Baltic Sea

Regional route Sharing made possible in Baltic Sea using Vissim System and EfficienSea2 Project

Maritime digitalization carried out in the European project EfficienSea2 has enabled effective route sharing between different VTS systems in the Baltic Sea. It has the potential to drastically cut the reporting effort for the ship’s crew, while offering authorities a better ability to ensure safe traffic at sea.

Read more…

Oslo, November 2017
Vissim becomes partner of the STM Validation Project

Vissim has today become an Associated Partner in the STM Validation Project. Vissim acknowledges the STM project as a natural extension of the EfficienSea2 project, where Vissim has delivered a successful pilot for enabling of effective route sharing between different VTS systems in the Baltic. This pilot has proved the technology which potentially can drastically cut reporting for the ship’s crew, while offering authorities better ability of ensuring safe traffic at sea.

Vissim recognizes the STM project as an important research arena for the continued development of the Vissim solutions and looks forward to new challenges.

More about STM project: http://stmvalidation.eu/about-stm

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