First time exhibitor highlights new SOLAS Chapter II regulations

Cobham SAILOR 3965 Fire Radio

Network Innovations (NI) is attending Seawork for the first time and the company is keen to ensure that vessel operators are aware of the new SOLAS Chapter II regulations which take effect on 12 July 2018.

Amongst the provisions is Chapter II-2, Regulation 10.10.4, relating to fire fighter communications. NI has specifically designed the Cobham SAILOR™ 3965 Fire Radios to meet the new requirements. In fact the UHF radios go one step further taking into consideration the unique circumstances in which maritime fire-fighting teams operate. While rescuers are minimizing damage and loss of life, SAILOR Fire Fighter radios and accessories are optimizing user interactions and connectivity with durable and rugged Push-to-Talk, Remote Speaker, and cabling accessories.

NI, based in Worcester, UK, has over 25 years’ experience providing communication solutions to fishing, commercial, and leisure vessels. The company believes satellite communications can save money and ensure the safety of a ship’s crew. The stand will feature live presentations of cost-efficient and state-of-the-art technologies and services for the maritime industries, including the Sailor® Fleet One option

“Being able to meet new partners, network and re-connect with our established industry associates is key to the NI team,” said Tony Talbot, Director Maritime Sales, Network Innovations UK.

Network Innovations can be found on stand A109.

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