Hong Kong Harbour

The world’s most advanced vessel tracking center relies on IHSE KVM matrix system

SAAB Technologies, Intronics and IHSE have joined forces together to build Hong Kong's Vessel Tracking Center; the most advanced in the world.

Each year 200,000 ships enter the port, handling 300 million tons of cargo, playing an important role in China’s international trade. The Kwai Chung Marine Traffic Control Station (KCCS) relies on Draco tera KVM matrix switches to connect workstations to critical computers at 4K resolution, enabling operators to instantly switch tasks as conditions change.

“Together we have created and delivered a flexible infrastructure in which various functions are integrated into one system. Users can switch between sources and displays and view information at a resolution of 4k @ 60Hz.” Wim van de Gein, Project Manager at Intronics.

 Hong Kong Harbour (Draco tera compact & Draco ultra DP 1.2) (1.82 MB)