Time Zero vessel surveillance for El Salvador

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Spanish marine software company MaxSea is providing a TimeZero Coastal Monitoring system for the port of Acajutla, El Salvador.

The South American port was until recently only equipped with a surveillance system that consisted of a single AIS transmitter/receiver. To optimize the surveillance of merchant vessels entering and leaving a narrow shipping channel, a new maritime system was very much necessary.

The installation consisted of:

*             1 TZ CM radar + Record & Replay

*             4 TZ CM Remote

*             1 Furuno DRS25KW radar

*             1 AXIS camera

*             1 receiver/transmitter Furuno AIS FA150

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