HAVELSAN’s Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Software, developed to monitor, organise and manage all ship traffic movements in the strategic Turkish Straits, was successfully used for the first time in NATO’s Maritime Security Exercise.
NATO Maritime Security Centre of Excellence announced that for the first time in the history of the exercise, satellite images obtained by private space-based earth observation companies were transferred to the HAVELSAN VTS and displayed on the system. The company’s Diyalog system has been developed to meet the need for a local and national sourced video conference system where user information is kept securely.
“The VTS Software was developed for the Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Services. Thanks to the system, it is possible to monitor, organise and manage all ship traffic movements in the straits by keeping the interaction with the ships at the highest level, “ a company statement said.
The VTS is a HAVELSAN technology product that has been developed for safe, efficient and timely operation of vessels. HAVELSAN VTS allows uninterrupted operational management from any location through web-based technologies, and has been further developed with advanced technologies ensuring user friendly experience. HAVELSAN VTS offers its users an end-to-end solutions. The operational sustainability assured by the company provides an effective and unique user experience even where vessel activity is congested.
HAVELSAN VTS is equipped with all the necessary features for the effective management of navigational safety and logistics operation in the global trade network, 90% of which is conducted via sea routes. HAVELSAN VTS produces Turnkey Solutions with its expert engineers, providing complete and sustainable solutions to its customers using advanced technologies. –adj/nag/iz (Image: Havelsan)