Vitoria

General information

Name:
Vitoria
Country:
Brazil
UN/Locode:
BRVIX
Local time:
Vessels in port:
24
Expected Vessels:
15
Berths:
6
Coordinates:
S 20° 19' W 040° 17'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
19.03. 00:17
Unclassified
18.03. 10:22
Cargo Ship
17.03. 21:03
Cargo Ship
17.03. 14:16
Cargo Ship
17.03. 11:46
Cargo Ship
15.03. 14:06
Cargo Ship
15.03. 09:59
Tanker
15.03. 08:31
Tanker
15.03. 06:41
Cargo Ship
15.03. 01:57

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
19.03. 19:00
Tanker
21.03. 05:00
Cargo Ship
29.03. 21:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
19.03. 06:12
Cargo Ship
17.03. 23:50
Cargo Ship
17.03. 04:32
Unclassified
16.03. 20:49
Cargo Ship
16.03. 10:37
Tanker
16.03. 09:29
Cargo Ship
15.03. 17:49
Cargo Ship
15.03. 07:15
Cargo Ship
14.03. 21:43
Cargo Ship
14.03. 19:23

Latest news

Kelvin Hughes provides high resolution SharpEye™ VTS radar for the Port of Vitória, Brazil

Sat Aug 15 09:00:40 CEST 2015 arnekiel

A world leader in the design and supply of navigation and security surveillance systems, Kelvin Hughes has been contracted to supply two of its SBS-900-2 SharpEye™ radar systems for the Porto de Vitória in Brazil. The equipment is being provided through Indra, Spain's leading consulting and technology multinational and major Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) system supplier and integrator, the company said in its press release. The SBS-900-2 is from the ‘advanced’ radar family of the Kelvin Hughes Shore Based Sensor radar range. The radar system consists of a single X-Band SharpEye™ radar transceiver mounted in an environmentally sealed enclosure on a mast close to the antenna. The antenna itself is also an advanced, high specification design with a span of over 6 meters (21ft) and has a switchable polarisation capability between horizontal and vertical beamwidth. The SBS radar system will be fully remote controlled and has been designed for continuous operation. Capable of achieving extremely high range accuracy and target discrimination in range and azimuth, the SBS system can also adapt automatically to changes in the weather and environmental conditions without the need for any operator intervention.

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