From the large-scale systems comparable to Maritime Traffic Control Service, Port Monitoring System and Vessel Traffic Service to the small-scale monitoring systems oriented for poachers, fish farms and narrow straits, FURUNO is capable of designing highly cost-effective systems. By combining various systems including surveillance Radar, coastal radio stations, AIS and surveillance cameras together with a variety of alert information, FURUNO brings about a variety of monitoring systems that are suited to various requirements.
Surveillance Radar System
Large-scale surveillance Radar system
A large-scale surveillance Radar system suitable for monitoring activities for wide area such as in Maritime Traffic Control Service, Hazardous Area Monitoring, Patrol for unidentified vessels, Port Monitoring,, etc.
Moderate-scale Surveillance Radar System
Suitable for monitoring activities for limited area, such as monitoring of narrow straits, small port area, etc. The system is suited for monitoring activities for poachers, fish farms and fishing ground by Fishery Cooperative Association as well as for workboats operating on the offshore engineering sites. Also, it is envisaged that it can be well utilised for Local Port Service overseas, hence best-suited for monitoring activities by a small organisation where fund raising for large scale operation is quite difficult.
Coastal radio station system
FURUNO has delivered a number of coastal radio station systems using radio communication techniques FURUNO has accumulated so far. Also, FURUNO develops its safety communication systems for fishery market that are capable of voice/data communications for fishery radio stations. FURUNO is now looking to develop the leading-edge system that further enhance safety and security as well as optimise the business operation by incorporating additional information such as marketing information and weather information into the system structure.
Large-scale coastal radio station system
Small/moderate-scale coastal radio station system
Remote monitoring for transmitting/receiving stations can be conducted from a coastal radio station building. Also, distress alerts reports from non-digital ship stations can be received, i.e., MOB beacon detectors interfaced with an old analogue radio communications apparatus.