At M-NAV, we supply the full suite of AtoN products, from marine lanterns, buoys, a wide range of AtoN structural options, through to customised power supplies, remote monitoring technologies and port AtoN solutions. We work closely with world leading AtoN designers, manufacturers and suppliers to identify, supply, install and support products and solutions for all requirements. Our experience within the industry allows us to help identify the most suitable solutions, to identify possibilities for integration and monitoring, and to ensure your systems operate reliably at the highest levels of availability.
We offer a range of products systems for surveillance, monitoring and management of shipping – from standalone or multi-site Vessel Traffic Management Systems (VTMS) to support Vessel Traffic Services (VTS), coastal monitoring and surveillance systems, through to systems to manage navigational safety and promote efficiency on off-shore installations. Our systems rely on cutting-edge technology, sensor integration and scalable software solutions.
We also supply a range of systems for environmental monitoring, from oceanographic buoys and bespoke mooring systems, through to tsunami warning systems, which can be customised to meet your requirements and the locations in which they will be installed.
M-NAV Solutions is an Industrial Member of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) and we offer the full range of support services, from AtoN compliance auditing, design, site investigations, needs assessments and specialist training.
M-NAV understands the intricacies of managing AtoN assets, and how this differs significantly from managing other marine infrastructure assets. M-NAV, has developed a specialist AtoN asset management system, CARDINAL – CARDINAL – The complete Marine Aids to Navigation (AtoN) software package for through-life asset administration, asset maintenance and monitoring of IALA/IMO compliance requirements.
We are a remote area specialist, and we operate globally – no location is too remote or extreme.