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Aids to Navigation for the North Sea

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change regulations require three types of marine lanterns, main, secondary and subsidiary in order to meet their 'standard marking schedule for offshore installations regulations'.

The regulatory requirements are designed to allow the safe marking of offshore structures and vessels during night and low-visibility conditions. Automatic activation and monitoring is available, and in conjunction with redundancy capabilities and low-maintenance requirements, makes the Orga Offshore product range the leading supplier of both visual and audible aids to navigation systems worldwide.

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Aids to Navigation for the North Sea

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change regulations require three types of marine lanterns, main, secondary and subsidiary in order to meet their 'standard marking schedule for offshore installations regulations'.

The regulatory requirements are designed to allow the safe marking of offshore structures and vessels during night and low-visibility conditions. Automatic activation and monitoring is available, and in conjunction with redundancy capabilities and low-maintenance requirements, makes the Orga Offshore product range the leading supplier of both visual and audible aids to navigation systems worldwide.

For more information, please download this free white paper.



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