GOST has introduced new antennas as well as a new vessel-tracking interface.
The GOST IDP series antennas—IDP stands for Inmarsat Data Pro—reportedly allow for better messaging capability, lower power consumption and enhanced speed. They also provide global coverage with the exception of Earth’s poles.
The antennas are controlled through the new GOST Specter tracking interface. It’s a website that works on mobile and desktop browsers, and that lets users access geofence controls, arming and disarming capabilities, and real-time vessel tracking. Specter retains a 90-day tracking history and can monitor multiple vessels for fleet management.
“The latest generation of Inmarsat satellite technology provides vastly improved communication speeds,” Jay Keenan, president and CEO of GOST, stated in a press release. “Our new IDP antennas are designed to take full advantage of this powerful functionality. The new Specter interface is a powerful system for monitoring and managing your vessel from anywhere in the world.”
What do users see when they log in to Specter? A global map with icons showing locations of all vessels in the user’s fleet. Each icon can be clicked to review expanded details.
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