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Emergency warning AIS buoys for inland rivers

Emergency warning AIS buoys for inland rivers

Equipped with an AIS positioning transmitter and warning signal lights, it can be used to locate and mark obstacles (no-navigation areas), and regularly send messages to the AIS shipboard terminals of adjacent sailing ships and the information platform of the port and shipping management department, so that sailing ships can be effectively avoided. Provides safety information for a variety of water activities.

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    • Commodity name: Emergency warning AIS buoys for inland rivers
    • Commodity ID: c12

    Equipped with an AIS positioning transmitter and warning signal lights, it can be used to locate and mark obstacles (no-navigation areas), and regularly send messages to the AIS shipboard terminals of adjacent sailing ships and the information platform of the port and shipping management department, so that sailing ships can be effectively avoided. Provides safety information for a variety of water activities.

    Overview of system functions

    Functions of the system monitoring platform

  • Overview of System Advantages

    Mark the danger zone or no-navigation area to remind passing ships to avoid it safely.


    It is used to indicate the channel and locate the shipwreck in distress.


    Using AIS (Automatic Identification System) communication, the position information of the buoy point can be sent to the AIS shipboard terminal of the passing ship and the port and shipping management information platform at regular intervals.

    The buoy is equipped with a long-distance bright warning signal light, and the passing ships can be visually identified at a long distance.


    Automatically monitor and report buoy working status information (opening, water intake, power supply system status, position, displacement, etc.) to the central platform.


    The buoy system uses a rechargeable lithium battery, which can work continuously for more than 14 days under fully charged conditions, and can be started with one button.


    The buoy system adopts modular design, which is easy to replace and maintain.


    It can resist typhoons of level 12 and resist flow speeds of 3 knots.


    It can be widely used to mark some special waters (such as anchorage, restricted area, fishing area, construction area, speed measuring field, etc.).

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APPLICATION CASES

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