Fleet manager, Marina or Yacht Owner all need to know where their vessels are. They also want to communicate with the captain and the passengers onboard.
The people onboard wants always to chart with the people ashore.
BNSREP is a service that makes the above activity cheap and easy.
And in distress at sea one always need an easy solution.
There are very few basic steps to become BNSREP member and start watching your fleet. The first step is to call BNLI to provide your vessels with portable or fixed sattelite trackers. Then you can log in on our site as a member and you will instantly see all of your fleet.
The first step is to contact BNLI to arrange for an installation of the satellite tracker as shown in the background. The built-in battery of the unit requires DC feeding power from 9 to 32V. It should be installed within 20 m from the bridge for a reliable Bluetooth connection.
As a second step BNLI team will activate the tracker and create a dedicated web page for your vessel so you can track her instantly 24 hours a day at the required frequency. The sample page is shown in the background.
As a final step BNLI team will offer you a landing web page so you can monitor all of your fleet. See a sample landing page in the background.
Ship to shore and vice versa instant communication is essential for safety at sea. Our sat trackers allow an instant exchange of messages between the vessel and the shore. As a final step of the tracker installation BNLI team will install special software application on the master and the owner smart phones so a reliable off-the-GSM-grid communication will be a daily routine.
Byzantine National Ship Reporting System (short name: BNSREP) provides up-to-date information on the movements of vessels in order, in the event of a distress incident, to reduce the interval between the loss of contact with a vessel and the initiation of search and rescue operations in cases where no distress signal has been received. To learn more please download BNSREP® User's Manual for Sea-going Ships and Yachts by clicking on the button "DOWNLOAD"
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