The JUE-95LT is a simple-to-install stand-alone system that will easily and accurately transmit key information to improve the safety of life at sea.
Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) is an IMO required global monitoring system of the ship’s movements. The purpose of LRIT is to increase maritime domain awareness and to improve maritime security.
Ships sailing under the flag of a country that signed up to the International Maritime Organization Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention must comply with new LRIT requirements from 2009 onwards. From this date, vessels must automatically transmit their identity and position, including date and time, at 6-hourly intervals. Additionally this system must be able to respond to requests from member states and LRIT data centers for immediate position reports and be able to change the time interval between reports to a maximum frequency of every 15 minutes.
Flexible installation approach
The JUE-95LT system has the same cable management philosophy resembling all other Inmarsat products that JRC is offering, allowing for an easy installation as only a single coax cable is used between antenna and terminal. Both are very compact and can be easily installed on any size and type of vessel.
Who’s it for?
The Long-Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) regulation will apply to the following ship types engaged on international voyages:
All passenger ships including high speed craft
Cargo ships, including high speed craft of 300 gross tonnage and above
Mobile offshore drilling units
All vessels of 300 gross tonnage and above on international voyage will need to be compliant with LRIT regulations.