MOBtronic wins Best Safety Product of the Year at the IHS Markit Safety at Sea Awards

MARSS are delighted to announce that its innovative MOBtronic man overboard detection system has won the "Best Safety Product of the Year" at the IHS Markit Safety at Sea Awards 2018 held at Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel, Mayfair, London.

MOBtronic is a multi-sensor detection and tracking system that simultaneously monitors the ship wall ensuring falling objects are detected and tracked.  MOBtronic protects the lives and safety of passengers and crew by creating a virtual shield around a vessel which automatically detects and classifies a man-overboard event and supports rescue and recovery efforts.

The award category included new safety products that demonstrate an innovative and original development that has the potential to improve safety on board and/or onshore. 

“It is a great honour for MARSS to be recognised in this way. We work hard to ensure that MOBtronic is the very best safety product it can be, because lives are at stake and we take that responsibility very seriously. To be awarded the Safety at Sea, Best Safety Product of the Year, over such tough competition in this group is fantastic and a testimony to the dedication and ingenuity of our team and all the other organisations that have contributed to the success of bringing this important product from the drawing board to saving lives at sea.” 

Rob Balloch, Senior VP Sales.

Mob 570X370

MOBtronic evolved from a European Union research program. With over 7,000 test jumps, and extensive sea trials in diverse marine environments over the last 5 years, the system  complies  with  the  current  recommendations  of  the  ISO  PAS  draft  with  a  proven  probability  of  detection  in  excess  of  95%  and  false  alarm  rates  of  less  than  0.3  a  day.

MOBtronic is installed and operational on cruise ship and large yacht projects. MARSS have won a contract for the installation of MOBtronic onboard the latest Royal New Zealand Navy fleet auxiliary vessel for operation in the Southern Ocean.

Previous
News Article
Next
News Article