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Thuraya, Addvalue Gain Access to Russian Maritime Market

January 2, 2018 - Addvalue Technologies has, in collaboration with JSC GTNT obtained type approval for the sales of the Thuraya Atlas IP terminal in Russia. The Thuraya Atlas IP is a maritime satellite terminal specifically designed and manufactured for Thuraya pursuant to a design and supply contract with Addvalue, and is the first Thuraya equipment of its kind to have received type approval from the Maritime and River Registers of Russia. GTNT is Thuraya’s distribution partner in Russia. The Thuraya Atlas IP terminal is capable of standard IP data transfer at rates of up to 444kbps and asymmetric streaming capability of 16kbps-384kbps. The terminal is designed to improve operational efficiency on-board ship through Port Forwarding which automatically forward data from shipboard equipment and devices to support M2M reporting routines. In addition to sending data to shore, land-based users can connect to the ship’s sensors remotely and receive data without the intervention of the crew. A continuous GPS output enables position reporting in NMEA 2000 format.

 
 
 
 
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