AMS has developed open architecture AtoN (Aid to Navigation) remote monitoring systems that address the needs of Lighthouse Authorities for monitoring their aids to navigation:
- Solar Powered Beacons
- Historic Lighthouses
- Tide Gauge Systems
- DGPS Sites
- Radar and
- AIS Systems.
AMS Remote Monitoring Systems can monitor:
- Power Supply inputs
- Load Currents & Voltages (Multiple Loads)
- Position (GPS)
- Lens Rotation Speed
- Fault Conditions
- Data Integrity and
- Site Security.
Remote Monitoring systems designed by AMS can also be customised to monitor a variety of other parameters. Data can be delivered via satellite and mobile networks to customers anywhere in the world over a Web Interface.
AMS has extensive experience in this field, having designed and installed a number of remote monitoring systems for client assets for:
- Australian Maritime Safety Authority
- Marine Safety Victoria
- Port of Fremantle
- Dampier Port Authority
- PNG National Maritime Safety Authority
- Government of India, Directorate General of Lighthouse and Lightships
- Department of Transportation (Navigation), Indonesia
Monitoring provides real time operational status of aids. Alarms are preset to provide instant notification of major variations such as light failure or positional variance. Monitoring can predict failures and allow for preventative maintenance to reduce costs. Currently AMS provides remote monitoring for a number of clients at our head office in Brisbane, Australia.
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