Vissim is increasing market share worldwide and is now seeking a business-oriented Product Manager.
You will be our interface between the market and the product team during software development representing the voice and interests of our customers. Our software solutions are aimed towards the industries; oil and gas logistics, offshore wind logistics and port logistics.
- Using project tracking tools to control project status and schedule
- Approving acceptance criteria
- Participating in quality control
- Controlling and accepting deliverables schedule, milestones, estimates and status
- Bring together cross-functional teams, ensuring alignment between stakeholders
- Plan the short-term feature releases, as well as the long-term product roadmap
- Making sure that the project deliverables are properly verified
- Managing risks and issues
- Completed Master degree (Software/IT not required)
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience as a Product Manager or Product Owner
- Brilliant documentation capabilities; especially written English
- Must be self-propelled, take ownership and be efficient
- Knowledge of Agile, Scrum or similar
- Experience from working in interface development and sales
- Knowledge related to our industries would be a benefit
- International experience
We can offer:
- Interesting and varied work in an interdisciplinary environment
- A unique opportunity to be a key player in a growing international business
The office is located in Horten, and will be your daily workplace, but this position requires international travelling.
Do not hesitate to contact our recruiter Renate Rehn for further information at +47 412 06 412.
Applicants must be living in Norway at this time being for further prosess and have a Norwegian work permit.
Vissim AS and partner M-NAV Solutions has been awarded the contract ‘Automatic Identification System (AIS) Coastal Network Extension and Base Station Installation’ which will expand Papua New Guinea’s existing AIS network and significantly enhance coverage. The contract is being implemented by the National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) of Papua New Guinea, under the Maritime and Waterways Safety Project, which is funded by the Asian Development Bank.
– I’m very enthusiastic about the fact that Vissim’s solution has been chosen by NMSA and Asian Development Bank for this project, and I’m looking forward to getting started to deliver the project together with M-NAV solutions, says Per Arne Henæs, CEO of Vissim.
Vissim’s AIS solution was chosen due to its innovative design suitable for very remote sites. When the system is installed and delivered in 2020, it will enhance maritime safety and security in Papua New Guinea.
Vissim AS has been awarded a contract to deliver its latest generation Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) to RigNet on behalf of BP. The system will be deployed at BP’s Azeri Central East platform in Azerbaijan. The project includes Vissim’s low profile ATEX radar dome allowing the radar sensors to be deployed in an EX Zone 1 area on board the platform.
The system will integrate radar, voice communications, and vessel tracking sensors in order to provide BP with a seamless anti-collision, safety, and communication system. The system will be integrated into BP’s existing Marine Asset Protection System (MAPS) which Vissim has previously delivered to BP. MAPS provides surveillance and communications to all of BP’s offshore operations in Azerbaijan and will be monitored from BP’s remote onshore control room in Baku. Local offshore traffic displays will provide further redundancy for BP’s operators.
– We are pleased that RigNet has chosen to partner with Vissim and leverage our experience and expertise in delivering our systems to BP in Azerbaijan. RigNet’s reputation in oil and gas is impressive and we look forward to delivering ACE with them as well as exploring other possible synergies between Vissim and RigNet. This contract underlines the value of Vissim’s robust software offering as well as the growing demand we have for our ATEX dome products, says Per Arne Henæs, CEO of Vissim.
This contract builds on the recent successes Vissim has had in Azerbaijan including the delivery of a vessel traffic system to Shah Deniz Bravo as well as Vissim’s contract for long-term software support for BP MAPS.
Vissim is proud to announce that we have entered into a partnership with M-NAV Solutions covering the Philippines and entire Oceania region including Australia and New Zealand. M-NAV Solutions is a company specializing in providing products, services and solutions for the maritime domain – from marine Aids to Navigation to VTS and coastal surveillance. M-NAV Solutions is based out of the Philippines but operates globally, with extensive remote area experience throughout Asia Pacific.
Vissim will be working closely with M-NAV Solutions to provide turnkey, customized solutions within the VTS and vessel traffic management sphere in the Philippines and Oceania region.
Pictured is Adrian van Boven and Adam Hay (Directors) from M-NAV Solutions with Havard Odden (Vice President – Sales & Marketing) from Vissim AS in Manila for a project review meeting.
The General Authority for the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SC Zone) has selected Vissim AS of Norway to supply, install and commission a new Vessel Traffic Management System, a separate Automatic Identification System (AIS) and Vissim’s Port Management application for the Egyptian Port of Sokhna. The SC Zone is a world-class free zone and trade hub along the banks of the newly-expanded Suez Canal. It is strategically located on the main trade route between Europe and Asia where more than eight percent of global trade passes through, every year. The Port of Sokhna is increasing in capacity and the new Vessel Traffic- and Port Management will be a strategically important part of its day to day operations helping ensure navigational safety and port efficiency at all times.
Per Arne Henaes (CEO of Vissim AS) who met with the Chairman of the SC Zone for the contract signing on 4th March 2019 said “Vissim is extremely pleased to have been awarded this contract by the SC Zone and we look forward to working closely with the Port of Sokhna to successfully deliver this important system. Vissim has successfully supplied other VTMS and AIS systems in Egypt and we look forward to continuing the excellent partnerships that we have established in the country.”
Vice Admiral \ Mohab Mameesh, the Chairman of the SC Zone said “We are pleased to award this contract to Vissim AS of Norway as their offer met all of our requirements and offered the best value. We also believe that the experience of the company in Egypt will ensure that we have a successful delivery programme.”
Vissim AS is a Norwegian company with offices in Norway, Slovakia and Russia. It is a successful supplier of integrated Vessel Traffic Management Systems having delivered systems to customers in more than 25 countries.
The General Authority for the Suez Canal Economic Zone is the governmental body established for the management of the Suez Canal Economic Zone as well as six ports including the Port of Sokhna.
Royal Dirkzwager has begun remote monitoring of the 730 MW Borselle III and IV construction site from their operations centre in Maassluis. Vissim technologies support a centralised multi-tenant monitoring system that enables service companies to provide marine coordination services quickly and efficiently for multiple clients. In addition to dedicated project service marine coordination services projects, applications can include early-stage projects, night-time handover and remote asset monitoring services.
Nicholas Dent, who heads up Vissim’s Offshore Wind practice, remarks that Vissim is delighted to support another Offshore Wind project in the Netherlands. He adds “The recent market focus on the digitalization of offshore operations is exciting. Building on our 15 year history of digitalizing marine operations, Vissim has developed a fantastic suite of digital tools to optimize operational workflows – but we do notice that this market focus has sometimes clouded the importance of rock-solid tracking and communication technologies to underpin operational safety and efficiency.”
Paul Wieland, Director at Royal Dirkswager, explains how Vissim helps his business to deliver safer seas: “We developed our Remote Offshore Asset Management (ROAM) model with Vissim AS, having delivering Vissim marine coordination and communication systems on previous offshore wind projects. Vissim systems scale to support multiple surveillance areas from a centralised control room environment. The combination of Vissim AS for state of the art VTMS technology with Royal Dirkzwager’s cost efficient 24/7 remote asset monitoring services provides integrated energy companies with unrivalled monitoring and collision prevention capabilities.”
Vissim has been awarded a long-term framework contract for the software maintenance, support, and development of BP’s Marine Asset Protection System (MAPS). MAPS uses Vissim software to provide real time radar and AIS monitoring as well as VHF voice communication and logistics support to all of BP’s offshore operations and assets in Azerbaijan. This includes BP’s supply vessel fleet. MAPS Operations are monitored from an onshore control room in Baku as well from offshore platforms allowing BP operational flexibility as well system redundancy. The contract award builds on the successful delivery of MAPS which Vissim was awarded in 2013.
Vissim is extremely pleased to provide continued support to MAPS , says Per Arne Henæs, CEO of Vissim. MAPS highlights the business case for digitization of remote real time data in order to optimize offshore operations and reduce costs to oil and gas operators. By further leveraging the products Vissim is currently developing we believe further operational efficiencies can be realized by BP. We look forward to managing both system support as well as any growth or development needs BP may require during the contract.
Equinor and Vissim have reached a global frame agreement to deploy Vissim’s solution for surveillance of the ocean space surrounding all Equinor- and several 3rd party operated assets on the UK- and Norwegian Continental Shelves. The new system, which will act as one of Equinor’s systems for their strategic move towards digitalization, will incorporate the benefits of machine learning and enable surveillance of vessel traffic (VTMS), air traffic, subsea structures, environment and real time weather situation and forecasts. Conceived to incorporate both traditional- and offshore wind assets, the resulting system is one of the largest of its kind in the world. The contract is for 6 years and has a minimum value of 100 MNOK.
Vissim has been pioneering the digitalization of vessel traffic surveillance since 1996. The system has grown organically and today comprises of more than 100 offshore radars, AIS and VHF sensors/base stations powered by an advanced data platform, operation is coordinated between the central control center and more than 50 distributed offshore energy assets.
Today Equinor run one of the world’s largest privately-owned sea surveillance systems. The new system will cover a distance from satellites to more than 1000 meters below the sea surface, across the Norwegian Continental Shelf, and the British sector of the North Sea, says Philippe F. Mathieu, SVP of Joint Operations Support in Equinor.
The contracted solution is designed for big data analytics and is able to analyze traffic situations in real time. It is designed for the purpose of collaboration cross- system, cross- discipline and where data easily can be shared with other systems onshore, offshore or onboard vessels.
When delivered, the Equinor system will give operators an almost complete overview of the ocean space. Vessel- and helicopter movements integrated with weather forecast, oil spill surveillance and integrated radio communication will enable Equinor to provide surveillance services and maximize marine operational performance and logistics.
– We are very pleased that Equinor has chosen to continue its long standing cooperation with Vissim and we are looking forward to being part of Equinor’s future developments. This contract award underlines the value of using remote real time data, from radar and other sources combined, onshore in order to save significant operational cost, says Per Arne Henæs, CEO of Vissim.
Due to its minimal weight and volume, Vissim’s ATEX radar and ATEX VSAT products was chosen for Equinor’s Njord field in the North Sea. The system integration project successfully passed FAT conducted at Vissim’s premises in Slovakia.
Vissim’s ATEX solutions uses standard components for radar and VSAT which are installed in a pressurized domes, thus providing an explosion safe environment around the equipment. The VSAT dome was Vissim’s first VSAT delivery and compliments Vissim’s existing range of dome products for solid state and magnetron radars of various antenna sizes.
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.“
The tangible benefits of Offshore Energy Manager are already making themselves apparent. According to Bradley
„With OSEM we have been able to streamline the induction process, monitoring, reporting and planning of some offshore operations – sharing the software platform with our contractors, but retaining the required level of control.”
Nick Dent, Managing Director of Vissim’s Offshore Wind business commented
„XCECO have embraced the collaborative capabilities of OSEM. It’s great to see clients who have helped us to shape new system functionality benefit from their input. We’re determined to continue to innovate, to listen, and to realise the opportunities of digitalisation in the field of offshore energy marine operations.“