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Lights come on when vessel stolen


Ft. Lauderdale-based underwater lights manufacturer Lumishore Ltd. has partnered with marine tracking and monitoring systems supplier Gost to remotely turn on lights when a sensor is activated, helping to find lost or stolen vessels.

The Gost NT-Evolution 2.0 system uses the Inmarsat satellite network to provide global arm/disarm and relay control from anywhere in the world (except the extreme poles). When the Gost system detects an event on board, Lumishore underwater lights are automatically enabled to draw attention to the vessel and visually alert the crew, authorities or marina security personnel while the Gost system uses satellite to contact up to 10 recipients via e-mails and text messages.

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