Starting on January 1, 2009, under the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), all passenger ships, high speed craft, mobile offshore drilling units and cargo ships of 300 gross tonnage and upwards regulated by the 160 Contracting Governments of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) must be tracked with a Long-Range Identification and Tracking system.
Following IMO regulations, ships must be fitted with LRIT equipment programmed to transmit the identity of the ship and its location.
All Flag States must establish a National LRIT Data Centre and appoint an Application Service Provider (ASP).
Ship Owner Obligations
Onboard terminal systems must conform to the IMO performance standards and regulations.
CLS, your LRIT partner
CLS proposes a complete range of LRIT products and services, from implementing LRIT data centers to providing satellite data (Application Service Provider) and supplying LRIT compliant terminals.
LRIT conformance testing
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CLS and Cunlogan (CLS’ office in Chile) were in Valparaiso, Chile, on 21 and 22 October 2013 to participate in an
e-navigation workshop, highlighting Search and Rescue needs and challenges in relation to communication systems in Polar Areas.
The workshop exposed different solutions such as LRIT and SAT-AIS.
CLS developed a test bed using LRIT data and complementary information.