Falcon Mega Solutions offers Time-Based and Distance-Based Vessel Tracking integrated with Falcon Mega Track ™ to help maximize security operations onboard.
Falcon Mega Solutions provides the world’s best Vessel Tracking service using the most advanced IDP series of satellite terminals; as well as supporting existing Inmarsat C / Mini C type third party SSAS hardware.
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FMS provides two types of Vessel Tracking
Time-Based tracking means vessels or ships send their position reports after a specific time interval. Time-Based position reports are called Automatic Position Reports (APR).
Vessel Tracking by Distance ™ (TBD), developed by FMS, is an Application for Orbcomm IDP Terminals to economize, for more info…
FMT Terminals provide Time-Based Vessel Tracking
Time-Based tracking means vessels or ships send their position report after a specific time interval.
For example, A vessel or ship is set on 4 APR (Automatic Position Report) per day. An APR is sent after every 6 hours to the shipowner, ship management, CSO, Charterers, or at any contact (email or SMS) configured. The vessel sends APR after different distances traveled depending on Vessel speed. The position report contains additional information like 5 well-known nearest ports, Astronomical Calculations, and Weather.
FMT Terminals provide Distance-Based Tracking
Vessel Tracking by Distance ™ (TBD), developed by FMS, is an Application for Orbcomm IDP Terminal to economize the use of prepaid Airtime Units for the benefit of the customers of FMS. In addition to Time-based Automatic Position Reports (APR), TBD Application enables IDP Terminals to sends the APRs at set distance traveled, and that is really a true tracking of a vessel.
For Example, a Vessel is set on 2 APR per day, and 20-mile distance, the vessel will just send 2 APR/day while she is not moving, i.e. in port or at anchorage; and automatically starts APRs every 20 miles while she is moving, i.e. making way for the voyage. For more info…