APAC LNG vessels choose Synectics protection

October 14, 2015

Global surveillance business Synectics has secured contracts to supply integrated surveillance solutions for three oil and gas vessels within the Asia Pacific (APAC) market, the company said.

Two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers and an floating LNG (FLNG) facility, which will be located in the South China Sea, will be protected by Synectics’ COEX camera stations, and will benefit from Synectics’ Synergy command and control platform.

The LNG carriers, built by a South Korean shipyard will use a combination of COEX C3000 and C2000 camera stations (PTZ and fixed) to monitor mooring space, cargo manifolds, deck operations, and vessel-critical infrastructure, such as the boiler, motor and compressor rooms. Microphones will also be integrated into a number of camera stations to facilitate process monitoring.

Over 60 COEX camera stations will also be deployed on the non-propelled FLNG vessel, which is designed to produce 1.5 MTPA of LNG. The cameras will be installed on both the hull and topside for monitoring production storage and offloading Over

60 COEX camera stations will also be deployed on the non-propelled FLNG vessel, which is designed to produce 1.5 MTPA of LNG. The cameras will be installed on both the hull and topside for monitoring production storage and offloading areas.

In 2014, Synectics consolidated its Asia Pacific operations into a dedicated regional headquarters to provide focused, local support for customers. 



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