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Cybernetica has been building VoIP-based wide area radio communication systems for two decades, delivering state of the art systems to different countries around the world. Find a selection of our customer references below.

Estonia

A cohesive maritime communication system covering the entire coastline of a country, integrating all relevant users and delivering the complete set of functionalities is indispensable for marine navigation. Estonian MF/HF/VHF radio communication system, delivered by Cybernetica in 2014 as a turnkey solution, is a nation-wide system.

The system’s core is an original IP network centric VHF/DSC/ATIS/AIS shore-based communication infrastructure solution. Made to be reliable it uses a robust design based on open architecture, and built-in redundancy. Delivered in stages the complete system consists of 21 radio sites with over 150 radios, 7 operator centres and a central operator station.

Estonian Maritime Radio Communication System is operated by 3 governmental users: 1) State Infocommunication Foundation; 2) Maritime Administration, and; 3) Police and Border Guard Board (also SAR responsible in Estonian territorial water). The system provides assigned operators with flexibility to control any transceiver including radio channel number, squelch level, PTT, handle DSC, authorizing access to external organizations. A radio session quality is achieved by the system auto-selecting an optimal shore-based network and hardware configuration that an operator can remain or change. All communications are recorded and the communication system has an interface to the VTS (Vessel Traffic Service) recording/replay system. The system is easily scalable and remotely configurable; is equipped with system status monitoring and logging.

Key features: supports all marine radio frequencies(MF/HF/VHF/UHF), based on VoIP protocol, multiuser concept with priority allocation, standard transceivers (remotely controlled), open architecture (easily reconfigurable, up/down scalable), 100% redundancy and hot swap, API provided to third parties, integrated AIS base stations and information management, automatic recording with reply function, secure tunnelling, interfaces to other communication networks (radar, cameras, surveillance systems, other networks, telephone, TETRA, satellite, maps, etc.), built in test equipment, training, FAT, lifetime support.

Jebel Ali

Port radio communication systems, intrinsic constituent to critical infrastructure for vessel traffic management, represent distinguished competence in system integration provision. Jebel Ali, the largest marine terminal in the Middle East and 9th busiest in the world, is among the many ports with communication systems delivered by Cybernetica.

The system’s core is an original IP network centric VHF/DSC/AIS shore-based communication infrastructure solution. Made to be reliable it uses robust design based on open architecture and built-in redundancy. The delivered communication system comprises a 2 radio sites with 13 radios and 5 antennas, 1 operator center with 8 workplaces and an administrator. It’s fulfilling GMDSS requirements and supports Marine Information System services. The communication system includes maritime VHF channels for coast-to-vessel communication and VHF channels for port internal communications. All communications are recorded and the communication system has an interface to the VTS (Vessel Traffic Service) recording/replay system. It’s easily scalable and remotely configurable to change its characteristics in changing circumstances or in the case of calamity.

Indonesia

Indonesian waters provide essential routes for international shipping connecting Indian Ocean to South China Sea. Country’s archipelagic coastline and heavy traffic load makes a comprehensive maritime radio communication and vessel traffic systems indispensable for marine navigation management and safety. Cybernetica is a core technology partner in deploying modern, functional, cohesive Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) radio communication network to Indonesia

The system’s core is an original IP network centric VHF/DSC/AIS shore-based communication infrastructure solution. Made to be reliable it uses a robust design based on open architecture, and built-in redundancy. Open architecture is particularly important for this system allowing gradual build-up and integration with other navigation systems existing in parallel.

It is an ongoing integration. At current stage more than 60 radio sites with over 400 radios, 50 operator centres and a main central operator and supervision station are delivered.

The system provides assigned operators with flexibility to control any transceiver in the operator area of responsibility including radio channel number, squelch level, PTT, handle DSC and/or ATIS information, authorizing access to external organizations. A radio session quality is achieved by the system auto-selecting an optimal shore-based network and hardware configuration that an operator can remain or change. All communications are recorded and the communication system has an interface to the VTS (Vessel Traffic Service) recording/replay system. The system is easily scalable and remotely configurable; is equipped with system status monitoring and logging. The Central Operator and Supervision has access to all local installations included active use of all the functionalities Key features: supports all marine radio frequencies(MF/HF/VHF/), based on VoIP protocol, multiuser concept with priority allocation, standard transceivers (remotely controlled), open architecture (easily reconfigurable, up/down scalable), redundancy and hot swap, API provided to third parties, integrated AIS base stations and information management, automatic timestamped recording and instant and archive reply function, web based replay of recordings and system configuration, secure tunnelling, interfaces to other communication networks, built in test equipment, training, FAT&SAT, lifetime support.

Romania

An integral part of a comprehensive vessel traffic management system in one of the busiest internal waterways in Europe. Ceausescu Canals connecting the Black Sea to Danube River provides a complex ecosystem of heavy traffic load and demanding conditions.

The system’s core is an original IP network centric VHF/DSC/ATIS/AIS shore-based communication infrastructure solution. It comprises a robust architecture of 7 static radio sites, 14 coastal radio transceivers (scalable), a customer defined transmission network, 6 operator centers and a central operator station, additional 5 operator positions, site LAN, off-the-shelf hardware and open source software. The system provides assigned operators with flexibility to control any transceiver including radio channel number, squelch level, PTT, handle DSC and/or ATIS information, authorizing access to external organizations. Integrated are the means for cross boarder cooperation and its accessible by other governmental institutions (police, border guard, navy, etc.). A radio session quality is achieved by the system auto-selecting an optimal shore-based network and hardware configuration that an operator can keep or change.

Key features: modularity, easy scalability, built in test equipment, automatic recording with reply function, reliability (redundancy included), secure tunneling, interfaces to other communication networks, training, FAT, lifetime support.