Home Shiplocus® Multi-application platform for port management and maritime traffic operations Print Overview Maritime Monitoring and Tracking Systems Shiplocus® covers the needs of port authorities and operators in different service areas, providing for the real-time monitoring and tracking of ships, streamlining of port planning, integration of intermodal transportation, management of stopovers, operating marinas, and monitoring and control of navigation aids. These tools are highly useful in ports, both for planning and port operations, and they are used in control centers, operations, and navigation aid departments. Features GMV Shiplocus Communications system for sea fishing inspection and surveillance This system equips the organizations and agents performing inspection and surveillance with the necessary tools to exchange information and to support their operations. Comprised of a control center and a variety of user terminals (fixed and mobile, PDAs), the system allows the user to create, edit, and publish new forms or specific information requests to the network. Already existing inspection certificates can also be downloaded. All this is done in real time, which boosts effectiveness and prevents redundant inspections. It also provides access to information over the internet. Emergency and support management system for search and rescue operations This system coordinates the search and rescue operations in the maritime environment from the control center. It also allows for connection to existing maritime traffic control systems, which coupled with the implementation of a geographic information system allow support to be provided in case of emergency. Maritime and river traffic management system This system manages different aspects of fleets of ships used in the transportation of goods and passengers: Navigation aid: positioning, course, and speed Traffic management: ship monitoring and tracking; collision detection Determination of navigation channel: bathymetric exploration Information about navigation conditions: measurement of different variables (pressure, temperature, volume, level) Safety: response to ship alarms Cargo management, intermodality, traceability: tracking of stock in real time, coordinated performance for different means of transportation, traceability of valuable, perishable, or unique goods Optimal resource management: tools for schedule management, sign in/sign out, and human and material resources. Multi-application port-management platform ShipLocus® covers the needs of port authorities and operators in different service areas, providing for the real-time monitoring and tracking of ships, streamlining of port planning, integration of intermodal transportation, management of stopovers, operating marinas, and monitoring and control of navigation aids.