Maritime Traffic Management and Port Security

Saab has extensive experience of how to optimize and secure flows at sea and in port. We offer solutions for coastal surveillance, port security, vessel management and search and rescue as well as net centric solutions for ports.

With more than 90 percent of global trade transported by sea, ports and port cities are acting as important nodes in a global supply chain. A large number of actors and stakeholders have to cooperate and share information in order to make this vulnerable supply chain as secure and efficient as possible.

Saab provides a wide range of solutions designed to support customers in safeguarding the global logistic chain and the maritime infrastructure – both above and below the surface.

Security

Maritime Traffic Management

AD Navigation

AD Navigation employs a team of uncompromising professionals, all of whom have a passion for high-tech navigation.   The company was founded in 2002, in Sarpsborg, Norway by Lorentz Ryan. Our innovative products quickly caught on with some major clients, and in 2005 we joined the HITT Group of companies (now SAAB Group). The AD Navigation AS headquarters is located near the harbour in Tønsberg, Norway, where we have our development lab, as well as a live lab on local ferries for testing purposes.

Klein Systems

Klein Systems Group Ltd. is an international software and services company specializing in enterprise software solutions for maritime ports and pilotages. KSG has almost 30 years of experience delivering software solutions for maritime ports, vessel traffic and coastal surveillance organizations, pilotage authorities, tug operators and maritime community systems. KSG makes a positive difference in the business of maritime operations by providing leading software and service solutions through customer commitment and unparalleled business understanding. Our mission is to make ports more efficient.

QPS

QPS is focused on system integration of survey sensors and the development of software applications used for hydrographic surveys, sea-floor mapping, portable pilot units and Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC) production. QPS is seen as market leader in these fields. The key technology of QPS is based on precise navigation, the collection and presentation of large volumes of navigation and depth data