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News Release 2017-11-20T10:26:02+00:00

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Deal Delivers Safe Seas for Tasmania

Tasmania’s spectacular coastline will be kept safe for both commercial and recreational vessels for the next five years. Maritime and Safety Tasmania (MAST) has awarded Australian Maritime Systems Group the contract to maintain the state’s huge network of navigational aids until 2022. The island’s 293 navigational aids include land-based aids, beacons and buoys – many of which are in the most isolated and inaccessible locations

Protecting the Reef

NEXT GENERATION TECHNOLOGY TO PROTECT THE REEF The Great Barrier Reef is set to become even safer for shipping thanks to a state-of-the-art sea traffic control system designed by an innovative Queensland company. The system will be one of the world’s most sophisticated and will help coordinate traffic at five Queensland ports and along 3000kms of the world’s most sensitive sea lanes. The contract to

Improving tech boosts local work

LONG-time North West Shelf LNG navigation aid collaborator Australian Maritime Systems Group managing director John Sugarman has told Energy News he sees more opportunities for companies like his as technology improves. With LNG projects moving from the construction to operations and maintenance phase, Sugarman said much the existing onshore equipment is now coming to the end of its life and needs upgrading. "There are also a lot

AMSG AWARDED CONTRACT

AMSG AWARDED CONTRACT TO UPGRADE VESSEL TRACKING SYSTEM A contract to upgrade the ‘nerve centre’ for shipping at the Barrow Island port proves the resources sector is continuing to fuel big opportunities for Australian firms. Australian Maritime Systems Group (AMSG) has been awarded a contract by Chevron Australia to design and install a new Vessel Tracking Service (VTS) system to manage shipping to and from