NAUTICAL has installed the first VSAT system for the tuna fleet in the Indian Ocean

by / Wednesday, 07 May 2014 / Published in Noticias @en, Satcom @en, Últimas noticias @en, VSAT @en

NAUTICAL has installed the first VSAT system for the tuna fleet in the Indian Ocean on board the freezer tuna vessel Izaro from Echebastar Company.

The system consists of a SAILOR model V900 that supports Ku-band antenna and it can be upgraded to the Ka band in the near future.

The service offers a flat-rate service for Internet for using different monitoring systems of the machines on board, weather systems, fishing buoys software, email and web browsing and other applications with a speed up to 2 Mbps downstream and 512 Mbps upload.

This VSAT system on board also have four lines for simultaneous voice calls while using the Internet.

To optimize communications on board two lines are dedicated exclusively for the crew so they can benefit from very competitive rates for voice. The crew voice is managed directly on board through XChange box.

XChange box is a single, integrated solutions platform, which provides a reliable connectivity to the satellite network and cuts operational costs at the same tiem.

XChange box has been designed to offer shipping companies, IT managers, captains and the crew a full set of features to simplify and better control the access to data and voice services on board or remotely from shore.

More info about XChange box: XChange Box Product Sheet

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Antena SAILOR V900

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