With a construction based on MT’s type-approved marine computer that uses no moving parts, the C-Comm Box is devised for integration into a vessel’s network between all wide area networks and the local area networks. The C-Comm Box will adapt to almost any environment, virtually eliminating the need to modify an existing network infrastructure. In addition, the C-Comm Box can be integrated with Marine Technologies’ security system to manage access to vessel control systems. Click here for more information.
C-Comm Weather weather services are designed to be easily integrated and accessed from the marine electronics on your bridge. C-Comm Weather works behind your firewall and may be branded by your company for use by your crew, fleet and clients.
C-Comm Weather Benefits
Vital, Real-Time Weather
C-Comm Weather provides vital, real-time weather and sea condition data on a fully interactive map. With an easy-to-use universal control set of visual icons, C-Comm Weather provides captains and crew with detailed information on up to the minute local and global weather conditions.
C-Comm Weather can easily be tailored to your company’s specific needs. Whether you desire a unique data set not currently offered as a public source, or a different data configuration or resolution specific to your location, Weather Decision Technologies, the meteorology team behind iMap, can provide your fleet with a fully customized weather data package. Click here for more information.
Armed with C-Comm Weather, your fleet can now navigate smoothly through the stormiest weather.
The RAM system is designed to support MT’s dynamic positioning (DP) systems, thruster control systems, integrated bridge systems, vessel automation systems and C-Comm™ vessel communications systems.
Supported by engineers that actually build the products, the RAM system gives MT’s technicians and engineers the ability to monitor a vessel’s critical onboard systems anywhere in the world on a single, easy-to-read screen. The data is then distributed via e-mail so that engineers and technicians from around the globe can assist with resolving issues or confirm that the vessel is operating properly.
There is no longer a need to watch monitoring points on a vessel 24 hours a day. MT has it covered, sending automatic vessel alerts to the MT Support Center and customer personnel worldwide. If a vessel alarm is activated, the Support Center will receive an e-mail, open a trouble ticket, access the vessel, correct the problem, and then submit a full report via e-mail to the customer. No customer interaction is needed.
MT’s RAM system provides a complete vessel support solution to help projects run smoothly and missions stay on schedule. Click here for more information.