Rosmorport plans to establish the operation of mobile communication system stations in case of disaster

The first such station is planned to be installed in the port of Anadyr
FSUE Rosmorport, together with Morinformsystem-Agat, have developed a draft design for a mobile station of the global maritime Disaster Communication System (GMDSS), the use of which will avoid the cost of capital construction of infrastructure for such stations. As the correspondent of PortNews reported, Kirill Gaida, Deputy Director General for Maritime Safety of FSUE Rosmorport, announced this during the XIII International Forum “The Arctic: Present and Future”. According to him, such a station may be in demand in ports of seasonal operation, for example, during Northern delivery.
Mobile stations will be equipped with a residential module for staff accommodation on a shift basis, have autonomous power supply and the ability to connect to station power sources.
The first such station is planned to be installed in the port of Anadyr.
Financing for the production of such stations is planned to be obtained within the framework of one of the state programs, which is currently being negotiated with the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
GMDSS is an international system based on terrestrial, satellite and ship radio communication systems. GMDSS was developed by members of the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Vessels subject to the International Convention on the Safety of Life at Sea must comply with the requirements of this system.

Original: Росморпорт планирует наладить эксплуатацию мобильных станций системы связи при бедствии (