Specialising in network infrastructure both ashore and afloat, SEA-Tech uses their proven experience to deliver innovative, secure, often bespoke ‘total solution’ projects, in the maritime as well as terrestrial environments. Competitive and price conscious, SEA-Tech can project manage contracts from inception to completion, availing of a wide skills base to integrate new and existing networks to match or exceed customer expectations.

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Based in Haulbowline, Co. Cork, the Irish Naval Service (INS) is a modern organisation focused on the men and women who serves it rather than traditional naval combat and strategic weapons. Fighting smart rather than fighting big, in the words of the very men an women of the INS fighting a war against recession and actively supporting the development of Marine Information Technology with SEA-Tech.



Between April and Decembre 2014, the Marine Institute based in Oranmore, Co Galway has commissionned SEA-Tech to fit fishing vessels with Vessel Monitoring System (VMS), with a view to capture data related to fishing paterns in Ireland. 18 vessels operating around the coast of Ireland have been equipped with SC2 tracking devices. Each asset's reports position at regular intervals. Fishing grounds are kept confidential and data is shared with the Marine Institute on a voluntary base.



The Port of Cork is the main port serving the South of Ireland, County Cork and Cork City. It is the second busiest port in Ireland and offers all six shipping modes. Official suppliers of the Port of Cork since 2013, we share common values to promote and develop Cork as a World Class Port by being enterprising, innovative and flexible organisations delivering quality infrastructure and services in the development of trade and economic growth in a global market.

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