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VMS References

EMA Group’s products and solutions are applicable to a broad range of industries, appropriate for service providers, end customers, and system integrators. Apart from several VMS installations, EMA has also provided other turn-key system solutions to Malta, the UK, the US, Indonesia, and other countries in the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, and other maritime markets worldwide. A global footprint, indeed.

Please find some of the most important references, focusing on VMS for the fisheries industry.

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United Kingdom

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has awarded the contract for the installation of Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) satellite devices to the AST UK/EMA Group consortium. Over 1400 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were supplied and installed.

Reference letter proving the continuity of supply

Thailand

Department of Fisheries enforced VMS installations throughout the territory of the Kingdom of Thailand. Over 800 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed on national fishing vessels. Two generations of BlueTraker VMS terminals have been certified for use on the national fleet. The second generation was upgraded with new functionalities, including a customised connection box installed on the wheelhouse, which provided insight into the onboard VMS system status and other relevant information.

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Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone awarded Tender to AST UK/EMA Group consortium for fishing vessels monitoring in 2013. More than 60 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed.

Albania

EMA Group has won a VMS tender in February 2011 and led EMA Group - Trackwell - FBS consortium during installation and commissioning activities. More than 220 BlueTraker® VMS terminal have been installed.

Norway

The Directorate of Fisheries tested BlueTraker® VMS terminals and declared compliance with Norwegian regulations in April 2011. Since then, approximately 500 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed.

Indonesia

In 2013 and later in 2018, the BlueTraker® VMS satellite terminals had received a Type Approval from the Indonesian authority: Directorate General of Resources and Equipment, permitting sales and installations throughout the Republic of Indonesia. Over 1500 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were delivered for monitoring the national fishing fleet.

Italy

EMA Group won VMS tender for 12-15 m vessels in 2013. Around 100 fishing vessels were equipped with BlueTraker technology.

Malta

More than ten tuna fishing vessels were equipped in 2007 and some additional Libyan vessels in 2012.

Myanmar

In December 2019, we equipped 200 fishing vessels in Myanmar. The number of terminals increased even further in 2020.

Greece

Directorate of Fisheries approved BlueTraker® VMS Hybrid and declared compliance with Greek regulations in 2014, and later in 2020. Over 600 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed on national fishing vessels.

Croatia

Currently, there are 850 active BlueTraker® VMS terminals, and 250 advanced WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) sets for automatic fishing effort detection. There are also 250 Octopus-10 marine-grade touch screen tablets with HMI-7 software in operation.

Reference letter proving the continuity of supply

Montenegro

Montenegro awarded EMA Group the contract for implementing its BlueTraker® VMS system based on the tender for the country's commercial fishing fleet in February 2012. 25 BlueTraker® VMS terminals have been installed to Montenegrin fishing vessels by the end of the year 2012.

Slovenia

The national fishing fleet has been equipped with the first generation BlueTraker® VMS terminals.

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Netherlands

EMA Group provided with a partner AST over 45 BlueTraker VMS sets for fishing vessel monitoring in the Netherland. Installed units are reporting into the national Fishing Monitoring Centre, providing grounds for sustainable fishing.

EMA Group’s products and solutions are applicable to a broad range of industries, appropriate for service providers, end customers and system integrators. Apart from several VMS installations, EMA has also provided other turn-key system solutions to Malta, the UK, the US, Indonesia, and other countries in the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, and other maritime markets worldwide. A global footprint, indeed.

Please find some of the most important references, focusing on VMS for fisheries industry.

references_network
BT_flag_United Kingdom2

United Kingdom

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has awarded the contract for the installation of Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) satellite devices to the AST UK/EMA Group consortium. Over 1400 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were supplied and installed.

Reference letter proving the continuity of supply

Greece

Directorate of Fisheries approved BlueTraker® VMS Hybrid and declared compliance with Greek regulations in 2014, and later in 2020. Over 600 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed on national fishing vessels.

Thailand

Department of Fisheries enforced VMS installations throughout the territory of the Kingdom of Thailand. Over 800 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed on national fishing vessels. Two generations of BlueTraker VMS terminals have been certified for use on the national fleet. The second generation was upgraded with new functionalities, including a customised connection box installed on the wheelhouse, which provided insight into the onboard VMS system status and other relevant information.

Montenegro

Montenegro awarded EMA Group the contract for implementing its BlueTraker® VMS system based on the tender for the country's commercial fishing fleet in February 2012. 25 BlueTraker® VMS terminals have been installed to Montenegrin fishing vessels by the end of the year 2012.

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone awarded Tender to AST UK/EMA Group consortium for fishing vessels monitoring in 2013. More than 60 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed.

Albania

EMA Group has won a VMS tender in February 2011 and led EMA Group - Trackwell - FBS consortium during installation and commissioning activities. More than 220 BlueTraker® VMS terminal have been installed.

BT_flag_Netherlands

Netherlands

EMA Group provided with a partner AST over 45 BlueTraker VMS sets for fishing vessel monitoring in the Netherland. Installed units are reporting into the national Fishing Monitoring Centre, providing grounds for sustainable fishing.

 

Norway

The Directorate of Fisheries tested BlueTraker® VMS terminals and declared compliance with Norwegian regulations in April 2011. Since then, approximately 500 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed.

Croatia

Currently, there are 850 active BlueTraker® VMS terminals, and 250 advanced WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) sets for automatic fishing effort detection. There are also 250 Octopus-10 marine-grade touch screen tablets with HMI-7 software in operation.

Reference letter proving the continuity of supply

Indonesia

In 2013 and later in 2018, the BlueTraker® VMS satellite terminals had received a Type Approval from the Indonesian authority: Directorate General of Resources and Equipment, permitting sales and installations throughout the Republic of Indonesia. Over 1500 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were delivered for monitoring the national fishing fleet.

Slovenia

The national fishing fleet has been equipped with the first generation BlueTraker® VMS terminals.

Italy

EMA Group won VMS tender for 12-15 m vessels in 2013. Around 100 fishing vessels were equipped with BlueTraker technology.

Malta

More than ten tuna fishing vessels were equipped in 2007 and some additional Libyan vessels in 2012.

Myanmar

In December 2019, we equipped 200 fishing vessels in Myanmar. The number of terminals increased even further in 2020.

EMA Group’s products and solutions are applicable to a broad range of industries, appropriate for service providers, end customers and system integrators.

references_network

Apart from several VMS installations, EMA has also provided other turn-key system solutions to Malta, the UK, the US, Indonesia, and other countries in the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, and other maritime markets worldwide. A global footprint, indeed.

Please find some of the most important references, focusing on VMS for fisheries industry.

BT_flag_United Kingdom2

United Kingdom

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has awarded the contract for the installation of Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) satellite devices to the AST UK/EMA Group consortium. Over 1400 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were supplied and installed.

Reference letter proving the continuity of supply

Norway

The Directorate of Fisheries tested BlueTraker® VMS terminals and declared compliance with Norwegian regulations in April 2011. Since then, approximately 500 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed.

Greece

Directorate of Fisheries approved BlueTraker® VMS Hybrid and declared compliance with Greek regulations in 2014, and later in 2020. Over 600 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed on national fishing vessels.

Thailand

Department of Fisheries enforced VMS installations throughout the territory of the Kingdom of Thailand. Over 800 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed on national fishing vessels. Two generations of BlueTraker VMS terminals have been certified for use on the national fleet. The second generation was upgraded with new functionalities, including a customised connection box installed on the wheelhouse, which provided insight into the onboard VMS system status and other relevant information.

Indonesia

In 2013 and later in 2018, the BlueTraker® VMS satellite terminals had received a Type Approval from the Indonesian authority: Directorate General of Resources and Equipment, permitting sales and installations throughout the Republic of Indonesia. Over 1500 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were delivered for monitoring the national fishing fleet.

Croatia

Currently, there are 850 active BlueTraker® VMS terminals, and 250 advanced WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) sets for automatic fishing effort detection. There are also 250 Octopus-10 marine-grade touch screen tablets with HMI-7 software in operation.

Reference letter proving the continuity of supply

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone awarded Tender to AST UK/EMA Group consortium for fishing vessels monitoring in 2013. More than 60 BlueTraker® VMS terminals were installed.

Italy

EMA Group won VMS tender for 12-15 m vessels in 2013. Around 100 fishing vessels were equipped with BlueTraker technology.

Montenegro

Montenegro awarded EMA Group the contract for implementing its BlueTraker® VMS system based on the tender for the country's commercial fishing fleet in February 2012. 25 BlueTraker® VMS terminals have been installed to Montenegrin fishing vessels by the end of the year 2012.

Albania

EMA Group has won a VMS tender in February 2011 and led EMA Group - Trackwell - FBS consortium during installation and commissioning activities. More than 220 BlueTraker® VMS terminal have been installed.

Malta

More than ten tuna fishing vessels were equipped in 2007 and some additional Libyan vessels in 2012.

Slovenia

The national fishing fleet has been equipped with the first generation BlueTraker® VMS terminals.

Myanmar

In December 2019, we equipped 200 fishing vessels in Myanmar. The number of terminals increased even further in 2020.

BT_flag_Netherlands

Netherlands

EMA Group provided with a partner AST over 45 BlueTraker VMS sets for fishing vessel monitoring in the Netherland. Installed units are reporting into the national Fishing Monitoring Centre, providing grounds for sustainable fishing.

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