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Transas to install Taiwanese coastal surveillance

Transas Marine Pacific reports that it has secured a contract with the Taiwan Coast Guard Administration for installation and commissioning of the country's National Coastal Surveillance System, in conjunction with local Transas partner Mercuries Data Systems (MDS).

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The system will be based on Transas' Navi-Harbour software, used for detection, tracking and identification of small and high-speed targets, and aims to provide the Taiwan Coast Guard with real time data on any activities occurring in coastal zones.

The Navi-Harbour software and all necessary related equipment will be installed at the National Control Centre in Taipei, at the country's Disaster Recovery Site and at Regional Control Centres located along the Taiwanese coastline.

Transas says it will also deliver AIS network software and deploy a shore-based AIS infrastructure to provide additional situational awareness on shore, as well as installing 114 radars at 57 local sites, equipping six mobile surveillance vehicles and providing an additional 11 radars for harbour security purposes.

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