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.Oslo, January 2018
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.Oslo, November 2017
Vissim secures new Egyptian contract with the Suez Canal Authority
Vissim has been awarded a contract for an AIS-based system by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA). The turnkey project involves an enablement and training package for local personnel. The canal is approximately 100km long and has between 60 and 90 ships passing through it per day, making it a major traffic hotspot. The system will be operational within six months and is valued at approximately $500,000 excluding add-ons.Oslo, November 2017
Vissim completes the first milestone for the maritime domain surveillance project in Thailand
The Marine Department of Thailand in Q1 2017 awarded a contract for the installation of a maritime domain surveillance system covering the upper Gulf of Thailand. The total project value is in the region of 77 million NOK (310 million THB).
Vissim has completed the integration of the Vessel Traffic Management System with the existing phase one infrastructure using project management personnel based at Vissim’s headquarter in Horten, Norway. Achievement of this milestone is part of the second phase, for the installation of a maritime domain surveillance system for five sites and a control centre.Oslo, September 2017
Vissim awarded maritime domain surveillance contract in Thailand
The Marine Department of Thailand in Q1 2017 awarded a contract for the installation of a maritime domain surveillance system covering the upper Gulf of Thailand. The total project value is in the region of 77 million NOK (310 million THB). This makes it Vissim’s largest contract in the region to date.
- After a thorough tendering process, we are very pleased that the Marine Department has chosen us for this project. This award cements Vissim as the leading provider of Offshore Vessel Traffic Management and Logistic Systems within the South East Asian region and it shows that our international expansion strategy has succeeded, says Per Arne Henæs, CEO of Vissim.Oslo, June 2017
Vissim secures two contracts for Q1
Vissim is pleased to announce that it has secured two contracts for the start of 2017; one domestically and the other internationally. The first is for Deepsea Stavanger with Odfjell in the North Sea Continental Shell and it will be incorporated into Statoil marine’s vessel traffic centre in Norway, which uses Vissim’s solution. The second is in Qatar with Qatar Petroleum and is for an upgrade to a pre-existing system at Messaid Port.Oslo, March 2017