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Official World Record Holder

Official record holder of the furthest maritime broadband transmission (no satellite) with 19.4 nautical miles (35.92 km) achieved by SEA-Tech in Cork, Ireland, on 6 June 2018.

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Official World Record Holder

XT32S HorizonSeaFi Horizon provide private wireless data coverage over large areas of water, for example, ports, harbours or defined coastal regions.
Users of the SeaFi network can expect multi-megabit data service, with low latency and high availability throughout the coverage zone. Costs are far less than satellite and reliability and availability is far better than 3G/4G networks, which frequently have poor availability and performance on the water.
Deployment of SeaFi Horizon is accomplished by the installation of SeaFi Shore Stations at strategic points on land-based sites around the harbour or area to be covered. Each Coastal Station can cover a radius of approximately 12Km (depending on local factors). The Coastal Stations are interlinked to create a homogeneous network. 

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Benefits

  • Fast
  • Reliable
  • Bandwidth
  • Private
  • No charge MB
Innovation in Marine Technology Award 143x160
 

   

 

It solves a deficit in communications for:

  • Large coastal operations, dredging, survey, 
  • Offshore operations with ship to ship big data, salvage, exploration, floatels
  • Renewable energy, turbines, flidars, wave energy
  • Defence forces and law enforcement
  • Fisheries, sea farming, seasteading
  • Search and rescue
  • Port operations 

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