Real-time tracking of your marine assets and cargo from your desktop or mobile device!
With tailored satellite, GSM and dual marine tracking solutions, you can safeguard your luxury vessels, cargo and other marine assets with maximum accuracy.
Our two-way satellite-based terminals enable users to track marine assets anywhere in the world. If required, dual devices that combine satellite with GSM networks are supplied.
Increase the security of your cargo. Our solutions not only track the location of cargo, but its handling. By maximising the management and safety of your assets, you reduce insurance costs!
Our critical path scheduling enhances marine transit and reduces demurrage costs. By knowing exactly where your assets are in real-time, we enhance just-in-time logistics, scheduling and enhanced customer satisfaction.
Always know the current location of your valuable assets and cargo! In the event of misplacement or theft, ORBCOMM pinpoints the location of the asset, all from the remote SkyQ web application!
ORBCOMM terminals have a very long internal battery life and function with a minimum amount of power. Where appropriate, terminals can also be powered by the vessel power.
Our solutions comply with LRIT regulations at a lower cost than other market solutions. Globally accepted by all major Application Service Providers (ASPs), including Absolute Software, CLS, Fulcrum, Pole Star and Transas.
Our web-based SkyQ application is user-friendly, fast and reliable. It is rich in features that are completely flexible to accommodate the specialised tracking and monitoring requirements of each client!
SkyQ is a state-of-the-art management application, providing users with complete visibility and control of their assets – anywhere in the world!
Our hardware is supported by the most advanced back-office software systems!
Over the past two decades, ORBCOMM has supplied many thousands of satellite and GSM data communication terminals into Africa, the majority of which continue to operate reliably often in the harshest and most remote of environments.