PROTECT YOUR GUESTS AND YOUR ASSETS WITH ENCRYPTED LOCATION TRACKING
Owners, Guests and Crew can be protected using a fully encrypted local tracking to pin-point their locations and set Safe and Danger Zones to alert instantly they get into difficulties.
Intelligent Asset Tracking
Discreet Dynamic Mapping
Networked mapping server, providing pre-loaded, off-line mapping to ensure the privacy and safety of tenders and guests.
Swift Emergency Response
Using the radio emergency call button, VesselWatch immediately alerts the main vessel and crew, plus most importantly providing location details to facilitate a quick response.
Monitoring the distance between the vessels GPS location and the GPS location of the tender, once this distance goes beyond the set threshold an alarm is sent to the selected crew’s radios.
Harbour Speed Alert
Avoid potential speeding ﬁnes. Assign a maximum speed and VesselWatch automatically alerts the radio if it is exceeded.
Keep an eye on movement whilst stationary at sea. Monitoring the assigned GPS location once the anchor is down and if the vessel moves beyond the set threshold, an alarm will be raised to notify the crew via their radios.
Real Time Tracking Information
The flexibility to track your tenders from all the networked systems, anywhere and anytime on-board.
Allows the tender to be tracked and displayed within the VesselWatch software. Geo-fences can be set to indicate danger areas, which will trigger an alarm. Safe zones can also be created around the vessel, this helps ensure that the guests and crew are kept safe.
Never Miss An Alert.
Intelligent Three Stage Escalation Plan
Automatically sent to the primary group, no response, the alarm message will then be sent to the backup group. Still no response, the alert can be sent to all radios or via SMS.
As a captain, if someone is injured, I may be responsible. I want to do everything I can to make sure the vessel, the crew, the owners and the yacht are as safe as possible Using tech in this way helps me to be able to say I did everything I could to keep that person safe.
- Captain Richard Pierce