Mobile Video Collaboration Solution

 
Kemilinks was awarded a contract to deliver a video collaboration system for an oil major customer based in East Malaysia. The solution demands a live video collaboration over satellite network. Specific demands also include the need for portability and requirement for Zone 1 equipment.

After a series of POC and customization, Kemilinks is able to fully meet the requirements resulting in the placement of the order by the end user.

Relocating and Building an Satellite Antenna Farm

 
Kemilinks secured an order from a major satellite operator to provide a full turnkey engineering services to relocate and setup an antenna farm. The order calls for the dismantling, reassembling, civil works, cabling works, retesting and commissioning of the system. Kemilinks has proven once again the ability to deliver on -time and on-budget engineering services.

Radioactive Materials Monitoring System

 
Kemilinks secured an order to customise and built a Gamma Detection System by an oil services major company. The order includes specific hardware customisation and software development. Gamma material has to be tracked remotely and monitored constantly. Alert has to be sent once the leakages are detected by the system. Our solution utilise the SAT 202 satellite terminal with our MCU installed with customised software based on the iVATS software architecture. A POC was done prior to the order and we have proven the effectiveness of our system. Kemilinks has once again proven to have a fully capability in customising solutions in meeting customer specific needs.

Provision of V/19-1 Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) Services for Cambodia

 
Kemilinks was awarded a contract to supply, deliver, test and commission a Long Range Identification and Tracking System (LRIT) to Cambodia. Kemilinks LRIT software is based on our proprietary iVATS core software architecture. The LRIT software fully meets the IMO V/19-1 regulations. Fully designed with redundancy in mind, the system reliability fully meets IMO requirements. Interconnected with international gateway such as IDE and DDP, the system ensures that information are made available for other flag states who requires it.

Provision of V/19-1 Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) Services for Thailand

 
Kemilinks was awarded a contract to supply, deliver, test and commission a Long Range Identification and Tracking System (LRIT) to Thailand. Kemilinks LRIT software is based on our proprietary iVATS core software architecture. The LRIT software fully meets the IMO V/19-1 regulations. Fully designed with redundancy in mind, the system reliability fully meets IMO requirements. Interconnected with international gateway such as IDE and DDP, the system ensures that information are made available for other flag states who requires it.

Provision of V/19-1 Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) Services for Malaysia

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Kemilinks was awarded a contract to supply, deliver, test and commission a Long Range Identification and Tracking System (LRIT) to Malaysia. Kemilinks LRIT software is based on our proprietary iVATS core software architecture. The LRIT software fully meets the IMO V/19-1 regulations. Fully designed with redundancy in mind, the system reliability fully meets IMO requirements. Interconnected with international gateway such as IDE and DDP, the system ensures that information are made available for other flag states who requires it.

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National Disaster Tsunami Early Warning System in Phuket

A national disaster tsunami early warning system is being set up across Thailand – that will be triggered via Inmarsat in the event of impending disaster.

The first site is at Patong beach, Phuket, which was badly affected by the devastating tsunami that struck Southeast Asia on December 26.

Two alarm sirens have been placed on top of two hotels and a third – a larger siren – is installed on a pole erected on the beach front. The three sirens are designed and located in positions that will enable warning sounds to be heard throughout the whole Patong Beach bay area. The sirens are programmed to broadcast a range of different types of warning sounds – with announcements in Thai, English, Chinese, German, Swedish and Japanese.

Testing of the alarm systems is currently under way. The larger siren on the beach front can be heard for 1.5 kms and the other two from half a kilometre.

Frankie Neo, president of Singapore-based Kemilinks, which installed the system, said: “The sirens will be triggered and monitored at a tsunami monitoring headquarters in Bangkok through a network of communications systems – and wherever suited, Inmarsat systems will be deployed.

“Kemilinks' D+ application and solutions software will be used for triggering and monitoring all the sirens, alarms – and remote sensor sites.”
For disaster management and search and rescue operations, a number of systems will be used – including other Inmarsat services, such as the mini-M, GAN, and eventually BGAN when it is launched.

The sites at Patong Beach are the first of up to 50 locations in six provinces facing the Andaman Sea that Thailand plans to equip with sirens to warn of a natural disaster.

http://www.explorersatellite.com/Inmarsat/inmarsat_tsunami.htm