Hong Kong Harbour - The world’s most advanced vessel tracking center relies on IHSE KVM matrix system
SAAB Technologies, Intronics and IHSE have joined forces together to build Hong Kong's Vessel Tracking Center; the most advanced in the world.
Each year 200,000 ships enter the port, handling 300 million tons of cargo, playing an important role in China’s international trade. The Kwai Chung Marine Traffic Control Station (KCCS) relies on Draco tera KVM matrix switches to connect workstations to critical computers at 4K resolution, enabling operators to instantly switch tasks as conditions change.
Draco tera KVM switches support seismic exploration activities onboard Petroleum Geo-Services Ramform Titan Class seismic vessels
Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS), founded in Norway in 1991 with two seismic ships has grown to become one of the leading oil and gas exploration companies in the world. Two new Ramform Titan Class seismic vessels have just been launched: Titan and Atlas. Using Draco tera KVM switches, the computer system architects responsible for the fit-out of the vessel were able to provide a data distribution mechanism of the highest reliability and robustness in order to ensure continuous operation vital to the survey tasks.PGS (Draco tera enterprise) (817.3 KB)
Haifa RCC deploys Draco tera compact matrix switch for switching and distribution of HD signals
In a recent redevelopment of the RCC, latest technology was selected to satisfy the highest standards of maritime safety, with mission-critical signal distribution maintaining high resilience. A new system was developed, based around KVM technology. As all applications needed to be controlled by Crestron touchscreens and iPads a highly flexible KVM matrix was required to enable interconnections for a large range of devices.Haifa RCC (Draco tera compact) (734.7 KB)
De Keizer Marine Engineering integrates a revolutionary Draco major KVM switch over fibre on superyacht
De Keizer Marine Engineering is an ambitious family business based in the Netherlands that has specialised in the installation of custom systems in superyachts and ships since 1965 and now has over 120 skilled staff providing the highest levels of electro-technical systems installation in the most luxurious superyachts in the world. When a new construction called for a highly-efficient and reliable KVM matrix switch to distribute computer-based content around the vessel over a fiber backbone in the highest quality possible, De Keizer Marine Engineering turned to IHSE to provide a solution.De Keizer Marine Engineering (Draco major) (392.3 KB)
KVM Extenders assist in surveying of the sea bed
The 65 metre MV Fugro Searcher is a new, highly equipped geophysical survey vessel providing an acoustically quiet and stable platform for operation in the North Sea and International waters. The vessel is equipped with an array of echo sounders, sonar equipment and sea-bed profilers to service the offshore oil and gas and cable engineering industries.Fugro Searcher (DVXi) (296.3 KB)