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Global Maritime Distress Safety System

Regular maintenance program


VTS Vessel Traffic Service Integration

LPS Local Port Service

By combining several sensors, a good Vessel Traffic Service IT system can support operators work more optimally. Provides danger signals and also helps operators see traffic conditions more completely for strategic purposes in managing traffic at sea.


CCTV Long Range Camera
Remote Camera that can show real time images at sea, both day and night with a thermal system. Camera types vary according to the needs in the field

VTS Software
The software for the Vessel Traffic Service combines several sensor technologies into one dashboard so that competent officers can carry out their supervisory duties more optimally.

Radio Direction Finder
a radio receiver that is added to find the direction of the transmitter. This radio receiver uses a directional antenna to find the desired direction of the transmitter.

Every Indonesian-flagged vessel and foreign vessel sailing in Indonesian waters is required to install and activate the Automatic Identification System (AIS). The AIS Base radio used in the VTS system can be recorded with a duration according to the IALA standard into the server, thus, the movement of the ship can be monitored in more detail.

VHF coastal radio requires a high quality FM radio and Digital Selective Calling (DSC). The radio system is used as the main communication line between the station and the ship.

Weather Station
For more optimal and safe traffic management, Weather Station can transmit all weather data. The data can be integrated with the main VTS software.


IP Radio Radio system based on internet protocol

With an IP radio system, it is possible for one operator station to use a radio installed wherever the sensor site is located. Smart solutions for more optimal operations.

GMDSS  Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is a comprehensive distress and safety telecommunications system in the world of shipping that applies in the world using terrestrial and satellite radio networks (PM No. 26 yr. 2011). GMDSS was first introduced from the SOLAS regulations adopted in 1988 and became fully operational on February 1, 1999. The GMDSS system consists of:

  1. Very High Frequency (VHF), High Frequency (HF), and Medium Frequency (MF).

  2. NAVTEX.

  3. Inmarsat C.

  4. Narrow Band Direct Printing (NBDP).

  5. EPIRB.

  6. SART 9 GHz.


MAINTENANCE PROGRAM For optimal operations

PT Warga Kusuma Jaya's long experience in the world of Information Technology, especially in Maritime IT, apart from good installation, to maintain operational continuity without interruption, a good maintenance program is needed. Preparation of spare parts, in-depth inspection of equipment and regular management of reports will reduce the potential for unexpected damage, and can often save equipment investment. Overall, this will reduce long-term operational costs

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