Following the previous UK tender success, AST-EMA consortium supplied equipment for the new Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) and Electronic Reporting System (ERS) for UK Fisheries, based on the BlueTraker® VMS, to be tested by the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and UKFA. Extensive testing was conducted by the UKFA during the
The V-Tracks conference represents a global assessment of the commercial and operational applications of vessel tracking technologies and is an a-z introduction to all maritime tracking and monitoring technologies. We will be presenting our BlueTraker VMS product line at this years V-Tracks conference from 27-28 February.
BlueTraker® VMS high-security fisheries monitoring satellite terminals have received a Type Approval from the Canadian authority. With this approval, BlueTraker® devices gained permission for distribution in the Canadian market. On November 25 2015, after an extensive testing approval process on land and at sea, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (DFO) has placed the BlueTraker® VMS terminal on
BlueTraker is developing new solutions and services for vessel tracking, fleet management and the next generation of IoT systems that will exploit the functionalities supported by the new Iridium satellites. On the 14th of January 2017 BlueTraker’s technology partner Iridium launched 10 new satellites into Low-Earth orbit with SpaceX reusable rockets. Due to the sheer
BlueTraker and distribution partner San Giorgio Sein showed off the new Octopus 10 touchscreen tablet computer. Designed to withstand tough maritime environments it’s the perfect tool for fishermen looking for a succinct way of collecting all their vessels data in one place. METSTRADE visitor numbers were up by 8% from last year and the increase
The newest technology, a series of marine grade wireless sensors is officially on the market. The devices are mounted directly to a vessel’s fishing gear which allows an FMC (Fisheries Monitoring Center) to form a clear picture of their fleet’s fishing activities on their seas. We’re here at Pacific Marine Expo (Booth #226), come and