With a proven record in delivering high quality camera systems to the Naval market, the past 18 months has become a breakthrough period for the Aberdeen-based Kongsberg Maritime Camera Division in the commercial vessel CCTV market, with multiple orders and successful contract deliveries for customers operating in diverse commercial maritime verticals.

The need to optimize on board asset and personnel safety and security is driving the growth in CCTV aboard commercial vessels. Kongsberg Maritime has supplied Digital IP CCTV Systems for assorted customers, with recent contracts and installations for Ferries, Chemical/Shuttle Tankers, Livestock Carriers, Offshore Support Vessels, Trawlers and Naval support vessels across European and Asia-Pacific Markets.

Deliveries range from 20 to over 90 camera systems with KONSGBERG providing the complete solution including Video Management Software (VMS), Rack, Server, Workstations, Network Switches in addition to its unique Digital IP CCTV cameras. KONGSBERG cameras are designed to provide flexible, High Definition performance, ONVIF compatibility, multiple integration options and ease of installation. Considerable costs savings for new build ships, have been achieved, especially for customers choosing KONGSBERG Power over Ethernet (PoE) camera solutions.

KM VMS Image1 MarineThe KONGSBERG Video Management Software Solution provides the end-user with the situational awareness required to provide an immediate response.

The KONGSBERG VMS Solution, chosen by all commercial vessel customers offers unprecedented control for a surveillance system, providing the end-user with the situational awareness required to provide an immediate response. The system offers the flexibility to optimize the CCTV network post-deployment, whilst taking advantage of the latest technologies and improving the potential for collaboration between operators, which can support the integrity of safety and security processes on board.

With KONGSBERG on board networks, full and intuitive control of all cameras including Pan, Tilt and Zoom is made available at Operator Stations via marine grade monitors. The server provided enables a flexible data storage and archiving solution that combines superior image performance, scalability and long-term video storage to meet customer requirements.

“We have invested in unique IP based technology cameras that combined with our proven reliability has produced a very competitive, professional, commercial marine product range,” said Paul Scott, Sales Manager - M&N Projects, Kongsberg Maritime Ltd – Camera Division. “Our advanced technology is supported by an experienced project management team and Kongsberg Maritime’s global network of offices in key maritime locations, ensuring smooth delivery, installation and on-going support for customers in the commercial segment.”

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