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VTS & Maritime Surveillance Issues & Solutions

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News

Aug 2016 - 13th International VTS Symposium in Kuala Lumpur - View pictures
Nov 2105 -
Vessel Monitoring officials acquitted of negligence over ferry sinking
May 2015 - IALA Recommendation
V.128 updated to Edition 4.
May 2015 - IALA Guideline
1111 published. Technical Performance for VTS Equipment

What is VTMiS.info


VTMiS.info focusses on technology and developments in all sectors of the Maritime Surveillance market. It covers technologies employed for vessel traffic management within a local area, such as a port Vessel Traffic Service (
VTS or VTMIS), surveillance of a coastal zone (including Coastal GMDSS) and offshore sea surveillance for oil & gas and renewable energy applications. It also addresses wider EEZ management and longer range systems that are used for global vessel tracking, including satellite AIS, LRIT, SSAS and Fisheries VMS and MCS. It therefore covers many aspects associated with the creation of effective above water Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) from the local area to EEZ and global maritime traffic management.

IALA V.103 VTS Training


We can arrange VTS Operator & Supervisor Training for your team. The package can be tailored to your specific needs and can include all travel, transfer and accommodation costs if required. Please see our
VTS Training page for further details.

Professional Advice


VTMiS.info enables you to obtain advice about VTMIS issues direct from this website (through our
contact page) or through our professional partners who have expertise within the field of VTS, VTMIS, Coastal / Offshore Surveillance and EEZ Management. If you are looking for assistance to define, procure or deploy any form of Maritime Surveillance system, VTMiS.info provides you with the ability to connect to experienced professionals that understand your requirements and the latest technology for implementing an effective solution. Todays technologies enable much greater flexibility in system design than even the systems of only 5 years ago and therefore selecting the right approach for your new system can be a difficult task. VTMiS.info aims to help you through that process. Please review our consultants page for more information or use our Contact form.

Site Structure


VTMiS.info provides a generic overview of VTS requirements and longer range vessel tracking requirements. It will derive functions from those requirements and examine the implementation issues that could apply to any purchased system bought to address such requirements. also review the technologies and sensors that could be employed. VTMiS covers:
The Cost Benefit Analysis will establish a number of key criterion that can be used to determine whether the implementation of a system is valid. This is a topic that varies widely in its execution and so it is hoped that by establishing a rational approach to Cost Benefit Analysis, some consistency may be able to be achieved and that the Risks criteria identified can be shown to be addressed by any delivered solution

Whats New on VTMiS.info


Q3 2016 -
VTS Training page added
Q3 2016 - New site design
Q1 2016 - Expanded
Consultancy section
Q1 2016 - Updated
Coastal Surveillance & Marine Coordination
Q4 2015 - Updated sections in line with new V.128 Ed 4
Q3 2015 - News items added to home page
Q1 2015 - New site design launched with additional content

Contribute to VTMiS.info


VTMiS.info would be pleased to receive and include feedback from anyone with an interest in this subject or an interest in any particular sub-section of the website. VTMIS.info will not be promoting the technology of any particular commercial organisation although commercial companies may advertise on its pages should they wish to do so. However, advertising will not influence the content of those pages. The
contact page of the website provides the opportunity to provide feedback or to request the opportunity to advertise.

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