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Ship to Shore

Ship-shore Link

Nextmove Technologies provides a ship to shore and ship to ship microwave radio line of sight communications solutions by maintaining the pointing of narrow beam directional antennas while underway. The Nextmove solution utilizes the LinkAlign series of antenna positioners and works with most commercial radios with integrated antennas. The solution can be deployed on one ship or an entire fleet while managing multiple shore locations and ship subscribers. Our ship to shore solution is perfect for Ferry Operators, Offshore Oil & Gas, Coastal patrol, Cruise lines, Cargo Ships, or any other large vessel for maritime operation.

About Ship to Shore

Nextmove ship to shore brings unlicensed 5GHz point to point or point to multi-point microwave to a maritime platform for the benefit of greater capacity with lower cost of ownership and operation than satellite. Nextmove will work with your team to design the right system that works for your application. Our system is designed to be lights out and self managed once initial configuration is complete at installation. The solution will work with many different radios on the market today.

Shore Side Monitoring Interface

All shore side trackers are designed to be autonomous and do not require human intervention for daily operation. The monitoring software gives a window into the current ship it is tracking, its current location and the antenna trackers current heading. A map provides a visual of the shore line location with its current link direction. A stop and go button allows the operator to place the local system in standby for maintenance purposes.  A more elaborate system with greater user planning and control is also available using our server based software solutions. Contact Nextmove for more information.

Ship Side Monitoring Interface

Ship side trackers are also designed to be autonomous and do not require human intervention for daily operation. The monitoring software provides a window into the ship sides current shore side connection, its mode of operation, and current positioner azimuth and elevation. A map provides a visual of the ship with its current heading and link direction. A stop and go button allows the operator to place the local system in standby for maintenance purposes.