Email solution optimised for smaller vessels
GTMaritime has launched a simple, robust and cost-effective email solution for small vessels which allows them to communicate better with shore.
SeaMail enables small vessels, including barges and fishing vessels, to communicate easily with the shore while reducing costly satellite bandwidth usage saving up to 80% on their satellite airtime.
“Smaller vessels don’t have the capacity or budget to be able to operate larger, managed and comprehensive email solutions”, said Robert Kenworthy, CEO, GTMaritime.
“We’ve used our 20+ years of experience in the maritime industry to develop a product which suits their needs and requirements, ultimately allowing them to manage their costs and save money.”
SeaMail provides benefits such as simple email management, shoreside management of emails and a simple installation procedure.
It has also been designed and optimised for use over satellites, dealing with high latency circuits and multiple connection management, making communications efficient and more cost-effective.
As SeaMail has been specifically designed for maritime industry use, it also resumes data transfer from the point of interruption if there is a break in communications.
SeaMail is designed to be wholly compatible with tablets and mobile devices, allowing crew to access business emails when and where required.
It’s also compatible with all satellite communications including VSAT, Inmarsat, Iridium, Thuraya, GSM and local WIFI. Its ability to operate independently of airtime providers allows customers to use SeaMail with their choice of maritime airtime provider.
All GTMaritime products include 24/7 365 technical support from highly experienced engineers.
By Anne-Marie Causer
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