VisSim supplies solutions for a safer and efficient traffic management at sea, from the North Sea to Suez and the Far East. VisSim has the attitude of a challenger – and the solutions of a leader. VisSim develops and deliver superior maritime management solutions for Oil & Gas, Wind farms, Ports and Harbours, Costal Surveillance and Voice Communications. We focus our competencies and efforts towards these business areas, enabling VisSim to deliver superior solutions to the global market.
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- Shipbuilding & Water Transport - Maritime
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- Globally (various continents)
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This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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VisSim was founded by the idea that there is more information available than what meets the eye. For more than 20 years the VisSim organisation has developed leading edge tracking technology and radar image processing techniques.
Two pioneers with extensive experience in multimedia, combined with years of experience in radar detection and tracking, Mr Finn Fjellheim and Mr Per G. Bruaroy, formed the company in 1988. Soon the first advanced solution for a new generation of radar extractor and trackers was developed.
From the Beginning
The organisation has been committed to customer needs from the beginning. By combining maritime operational experience and software programming competence VisSim became an innovative software company, developing leading edge solutions for maritime surveillance. Soon VisSim could demonstrate a technological breakthrough by offering the control and monitoring of radar solutions by standard network interfaces.
An ever expanding Portfolio
Since 1998, VisSim has introduced new solutions to the market such as VHF over IP, wave height detection and oil spill detection, offering the customers leading edge solutions and growing the market year by year. Today you will find VisSim customers all over the world, from New Zealand to the North Sea. Our portfolio is not limited to radar extractor and tracking. Today our solutions cover all aspects of VTMS for ports as well as coastal surveillance, where detection of smaller targets is essential.
Never forget where you come from
VisSim is first of all a software house and the know-how is in our software. Deep understanding of maritime technology and the information from all sensors and sources is vital, but analysing and transforming this information in a professional maritime management system, is what brings the real value to our customers.
VisSim is based in Norway with offices in UK, Russia and China.
Vissim is proud to fully comply with requirements specified by (NS-EN) ISO 9001:2015.
The Vissim Quality Management System does serve as an important tool to ensure high standards of quality through all our business processes. The scope of the certificate includes Development, Production, Installation and Maintenance of Vissim systems
Vissim processes complies with several other relevant standards, among them OHSAS 18001 and NORSOK s006 in the HSE, ISO 14001 regarding the external environment, IMO requirements in product development and installations.
Our solution build is designed to receive and process information from multiple sources including radar, AIS, DSC and voice communication. By advanced processing technologies, valuable operational and management information can be presented in a comprehensive integrated overview.
The hub in our solution is the Vessel Traffic Management System. The Vessel Traffic Management System receives input then manages and processes data to produce output for visual presentation or other applications.
We have managed and delivered Vissim solutions to 220 customer’s projects in 27 countries. Our extensive project experience enables us to assist clients in all steps of a project, from defining business requirements to managing projects whilst advising in operational management and execution.
We succeed because we focus our business in the areas we know Oil & Gas, Wind farms, Coastal Surveillance, Ports and Harbours and Voice Communication.