Maritime safety communication
Reliable communication systems that will perform in any situation, any environment and under any condition
Individuals on all kind of vessels and offshore installations, count on and benefit daily from reliable and certified maritime safety communication products and systems supplied by Jotron. Jotron has contributed to the enhancement of maritime safety communication for the last 50 years. Their technology is in use worldwide on merchant ships, fishing vessels, tug boats and offshore supply vessels, as well as various navy vessels. Jotron has a global network of partners which contribute to sales, service and maintenance. These partners are ready to support all Jotron customers from a local fisherman to a ship owner with a globally operated fleet of vessels. Jotron is well versed with regards to the safety communication requirements within this market, and complies with all international standards and regulations.
Maritime safety communication – search and rescue services
In 1970 Jotron developed and installed the world’s first Distress Radio Beacon on board a ship. Today, Jotron is a world leading manufacturer of high quality EPIRBs that comply with all international regulations to meet the demands of the commercial, fishing, leisure, marine and offshore industries. Jotron SARTs (search and rescue radar transponder) are designed for use in search and rescue operations. This radio device identifies the exact location of the distress, indicated on the radar X-band display of any nearby ships, aircrafts and SAR vessels. Since 2004, Jotron has produced Automatic Identification System (AIS). AIS is a broadcast communication system operating in the VHF maritime band, which sends ship information to other ships and to shore.
See and be seen at sea and onshore
Jotron’s portfolio includes high quality multi-purpose marking- and distress strobe lights. Marking lights offer a wide range of use, including highlighting fishing equipment, fish farms, cables, anchor chains and offshore installations.