• Vissim aligns with XCECO operational needs

    Vissim, provider of marine coordination and communication systems to 25 offshore windfarms, is continuing its push into the digitalisation of marine operations with the roll-out of Offshore Energy Manager.

    Bailey Bradley, Operations Director at Lynn and Inner Dowsing, shared his thoughts.

    „We’ve been using Vissim’s reliable and dependable people tracking, communication and surveillance systems at LID for seven years. Offshore Energy Manager (OSEM) takes us forward in a huge, but well managed leap, setting us up well for our ongoing and future operational needs – so much so that we’ve committed to a long, multiyear contract, with the clear intention to continue our excellent relationship, hopefully for the life of the asset.“

    Horten, October 2018
  • Vissim awarded vessel traffic & oil spill detection system contract on Maersk Inspirer

    Vissim AS has been awarded a contract to deliver its latest generation Vessel Traffic Management System to Aker Solutions for the Maersk Inspirer rig. The system integration contract includes Vissim’s Oil Spill Detection, using the smart radar concept, and integrated CCTV Module. The light weight ATEX radar dome enables a cost efficient radar solution in EX zone 1.

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

    Equinor 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 Equinor 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.

    Horten, April 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.

    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