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Aids to Navigation 2018-01-19T14:53:06+00:00

Aids to Navigation

Achieving above 99% availability across all systems, AMS Maritime has the knowledge and experience that is unequalled in the southern hemisphere in the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of Aids to Navigation (AtoN) systems. AMS Maritime, as a sitting member of the International Lighthouse and Aids to Navigation Authority (IALA) are fully cognizant of the current and future recommendations and as such, will deliver and maintain systems that meet and apply to these guidelines.

AMS Maritime’s position, as both the Maintenance and Engineering Service Provider (MESP) and supplier of AtoN systems solutions to Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), gives AMS Maritime a unique ability to have gained the experience and knowledge through the monitoring and maintaining of deployed in service AtoN systems for AMSA in a variety of different maritime environments through their whole-of-life. This knowledge enables us to recommend minimal maintenance, value for money systems that will ‘stand the test of time’ based on real life data.

  • Beacons/Lights (visual signalling)

  • High intensity LED Lighting systems

  • High Precision Sector Light, Port Entry Light (PEL)

  • Historic Lighthouses

  • Tide Gauge Systems

  • Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

  • Differential Global Positioning Systems (DGPS) Sites

  • RACONs

  • Radar Systems

  • Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP).

  • Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) and supporting hardware.

  • Power Supplies (battery and solar)

  • Buoys

    • Spar Buoys
    • Chain Buoys
    • Special Marker Buoys
    • Mooring Buoys
    • Mooring Systems
    • Steel chain
    • Swivels
    • Shackles
    • Mooring weight

AMS Maritime, as the leading Maintenance and Engineering Service Provider for Aids to Navigation Systems are product agnostic and as such can develop solutions using any of the world’s leading manufactures, while maintaining independence.
AMS Maritime has been developed by delivering and maintaining solutions for many of the Private, State and Federal entities, including pacific nations.

  • PNG National Maritime Safety Authority

  • Government of India, Directorate General of Lighthouse and Lightships

  • Department of Transportation (Navigation), Indonesia

  • Australian Maritime Safety Authority

  • Marine Safety Victoria

  • Port of Fremantle

  • Dampier Port Authority