AMS has completed in excess of 40 projects in 15 countries across Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, South America and Australia.
Vessel Traffic Systems (VTS) are used principally for identification of vessels at sea. This is similar to systems identifying aircraft in air traffic control. One of the emerging components of VTS systems in recent years is Automatic Identification System (AIS). AIS uses transponders which operate in the VHF maritime band and are capable of sending information such as vessel identification, positions, heading, vessel length and hazardous cargo information to other vessels and land- based stations.
Structures that support maritime aids to navigation usually represent the single largest investment by an aid to navigation authority. These include buoys towers, piles, composite structures and heritage lighthouses. AMS holds turnkey contracts for the management of specialised marine assets and is able to draw on an extensive vein of experience and knowledge to apply best practice to the inspection, assessment, maintenance and repair of marine assets.
Australian Maritime Systems has provided numerous solutions in regards to meteorological and defence applications throughout the Asia-pacific region. Let AMS find a turnkey solution for your meteorological and/or defence project requirements.
AMS has completed many successful projects on marine structures in sensitive environments and has an in depth understanding of the environmental aspects and the potential of impacts that such activities present. AMS regularly works with Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) and National Park Authorities and is familiar with the requirements for control of activities within these sensitive environments.
AMS are noted and respected specialists in the sales and service of aviation and maritime survival equipment, including complete ranges of life jackets and life rafts to suit the specific requirements of all operational and recreational environments.