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Xanatos Marine provides customized solutions for Ports, Harbours and other Maritime Authorities. Below is some recent news highlighting projects Xanatos Marine have been involved in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LATEST NEWS  

Xanatos Marine has spent the past 15-year's developing the TITAN platform which the propitary software platform for Xanatos Marine's VTS, VTMS, Coastal Surveillance and other systems. These systems make up a majority of Xanatos Marine's corporate capabilties which are outlines below.

Xanatos Marine Implements TITAN Sentinel Vessel Traffic Monitoring System for Portland Port, UK

Xanatos Marine is pleased to announce they have successfully implemented a multi-sensor Vessel Traffic Monitoring System (VTMS) for Portland Port in the United Kingdom.  

 

The new VTMS system uses the latest Xanatos Titan Sentinel VTMS software solution and comprises a maritime surveillance radar, Automatic Identification System (AIS), CCTV, weather stations, and operator workstations with the latest user interface (including C-Map charts) and advanced recording and replay functionality. In order to minimise the capital cost of the new system, Xanatos was able to re-use and interface some of the existing hardware (e.g. the radar), while still delivering a modern, state-of-the art, and cost-effective solution.

 

Bill English, President of Xanatos Marine, commented “Xanatos Marine was thrilled for the opportunity to work with Portland Port to implement a system that meets their unique requirements.  The staff at Portland Port have been great to work with and now that the system has been successfully implemented, we are pleased the system has proven itself to be as useful as imagined.”

 

Captain Mike Shipley, Harbour Master and General Manager (Marine), stated that “The new VTMS system from Xanatos provides an impressive range of features and functions and has proven to be extremely reliable and robust.  The entire project has been managed efficiently and professionally by the team at Marico Marine and we continue to work with them in order to expand and enhance the system in the coming months/years”.

 

Portland Port is a thriving commercial port located on the UK's south coast. The port's close proximity to the English Channel shipping lanes provides an ideal location for vessels both in terms of distance and travel time. The harbour is well protected from the south and south westerly winds, as it shelters behind the Isle of Portland and Chesil Beach, and is circled by an extensive breakwater system which protects it from adverse easterly weather conditions.

 

The project was managed by their local partner and European distributor - Marine and Risk Consultants (Marico Marine). The new VTMS system was installed and commissioned in July 2017.

Port Saint John Vessel Traffic Monitoring System (VTMS) goes live!

Port Saint John's TITAN Sentinel VTMS solution is now live after the successful implementation by Xanatos Marine.  

The system includes a multi-layer VTMS solution that was configured to be user-friendly solution with multiple ways to access the real-time data including a ergonomic sit-stand workstation and tablet for remote connectivity.    
 

Xanatos Marine Awarded Vessel Traffic Monitoring System contract for Port Saint John

Xanatos Marine is pleased to announce that a contract has been signed with Port Saint John to install a multi-layer Vessel Traffic Monitoring System to enhance the Ports Maritime Domain Awareness.
 

Bill English, President of Xanatos Marine, commented “Xanatos Marine recognizes that Port Saint John is a major part of Canada’s critical transportation infrastructure and the foundation of the New Brunswick economy. The system we are providing is an innovative platform for maritime domain awareness that will increase the capability for Port Saint John to proactively monitor the Port’s area of responsibility aiding in the continued safe and efficient movement of vessel traffic.”


Port Saint John is Canada’s third largest port by volume and has a diverse cargo base which handles an average of 28 million metric tonnes of cargo annually.  The deep-water port's user community includes fishing, oil and gas, cargo, pleasure crafts, ferries and cruise ships.
 

The first phase of the project includes the innovative TITAN Sentinel VTMS software solution from Xanatos Marine, AIS, multiple long-range day/night cameras along with IT hardware.  The system sensors will be installed at three sites providing a maximum coverage area.  Xanatos Marine will be providing system training and ongoing service as part of the companies complete support program.

Captain Chris Hall, Harbour Master for Port Saint John, stated “The new system will provide the Port with an innovative tool to improve real-time information and enhance our monitoring capabilities.  The system will increase the Port’s safety, security and environmental stewardship.”

Xanatos Marine's is pleased to partnership with Marico Marine!

Xanantos Marine is proud to announce its recent partnership with Marico Marine. Marico Marine will be representing Xanatos Marine in the UK, Africa, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and in parts of Europe. Bill English - President of Xanatos Marine states "We are pleased to have such a great team of global maritime experts representing our company." For more information on Marico Marine visit their website at http://www.marico.co.uk/

 

Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel Selected for Surabaya VTS project

The Port of Surabaya selects Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel VTS for the ports VTS upgrade project.  The project includes the installation and integration of multiple Radar, Camera, AIS, VHF and other sensors which will assist the Port in maintaining a high level of situational awareness.

The Bitung Port Administration selects Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel VTS for the ports VTS upgrade project.

The Bitung Port Administration selects Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel VTS for the ports VTS upgrade project.  The project includes the installation and integration of multiple sensors which will assist the port in maintaining a high level of situational awareness

Xanatos Marne Awared $7.5M contract

Canada's Minister of International Trade Ed Fast attends cerimonial signing between Xanatos Marine Ltd. and the Governor of Zambales province for $7.5-million AIS Coastal Monitoring System. Xanatos Marine will provide the turn-key solution for the project along with ongoing support and maintenance.

Nanaimo Port Authority VTMS goes live!

Xanatos Marine was selected to implement of a turn-key VTMS for the Nanaimo Port Authority in early 2015. The system includes multiple radars, three thermal cameras, four AIS stations, a comprehensive weather station along with the TITAN Sentnel VTMS and civil works. The system was delivered on-time and is now active.

The Port of Yangon, Myanmar selects Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel VTS for the ports VTS upgrade project.

The Port of Yangon, Myanmar selects Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel VTS for the ports VTS upgrade project.  The project includes the installation and integration of multiple sensors which will assist the port in maintaining a high level of situational awareness

Xanatos Marine Awarded VTMS contract for Phuket Port Authority

Xanatos Marine's TITAN Sentinel VTMS is selected for Phuket Port Authority VTMS upgrade which will assist the Port in maintaining a high level of situational awareness.

Delta Police Vessel Monitoring Sysem Update

Xanatos Marine completes update on Delta Police Vessel Monitoring System originally installed in 2009. The system has been operational for over 6-years and is used to monitor vessels using AIS, Radar and Camera sensors that are integrated into the TITAN Sentinel VMS.

Xanatos Marine awarded contract to provie TITAN Voyager ECS for Indonesia Marin Police

Xanatos Marine was awarded the contract to supply the TITAN Voyager ECS for ten Indonesia Marine Police patrol vessels. The system also included the suppy and installation of several high-end FLIR camera's.

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