Anything can happen out on the water. Thankfully, two-way radios offer marine solutions to keep your crew safe, well-connected, and prepared to respond to an emergency. To keep vessels and the lives they transport as safe as possible, there are several systems and technologies working together for both ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore communications.
By improving upon the storage and exchange of information, including administrative, commercial, technical, navigational, and environmental information, the overall autonomy of ships and their adaptability increases as well. Ultimately, this leads to greater safety, security and efficiency.
Two-way radios are used for marine communication because they help resolve several common issues faced when trying to communicate on-board a ship, including:
Digital transmissions utilize less energy and that means radios stay powered on for longer. This is important for long shifts, as well as emergency situations when there isn’t enough time to stop and charge radios.
In the vast ocean, it’s easy for communication platforms to fall short, but not two-way radios designed for marine communication. Digital radios turn voice signals into neatly packaged digital data, capable of transmitting information without interference of background noise like wind or loud engines.
Communicate Ship-to-Ship & Ship-to-Shore
Ships can communicate with people all over the world by message, voice, or through data transmission. In fact, digital radios can send data regarding sea levels and engine performance. In addition, they can be programmed to control important components of the ship equipment such as lights or surveillance equipment.
Durable: Water-proof, Dust-proof & Heat-proof
Two-way radios are built tough to weather just about any storm.
Retevis marine VHF radio is a communication solution for team requiring clear and free communicatin. Regardless of noise, if you are within 5 mile, it offers a clear communication system that sounds like you’re in a conference room as opposed to on the deck of a noisy ship.