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GOST: “Always There But Never Seen”

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Published on: 2012/10/15

 

Ocean Security Technologies

Mar y Sol is proud to offer GOST Ocean Securities Technology and Marine Security to our distinctive line to protect your vessel.  GOST products offer a full line of state-of-the-art wireless security, monitoring, satellite tracking, surveillance, acoustic deterrents and cloaking systems for any size vessel from tenders to ships.

GOST systems help protect against theft, fire, smoke, high water in the bilge, low voltage, loss of shore power and intrusion with contact sensors, motion detectors, infrared beam sensors, deck sensors, dock pull away sensors and much more.

 At a recent dealer training seminar, GOST featured their system installed aboard a 62 ft Azimut and how the barrier and acoustic system works.

With sensors, sirens, acoustic sound barriers and flashing lights an intruder can be chased off the boat before it is ever stolen and needs to be tracked.  GOST products deter a criminal using passive, non-lethal methods to protect your vessel.

Click here to watch demo: GOST Barrier & Acoustic Demo

“A vessel never stolen is always in better shape then one that has been recovered.”

CONTACT MAR Y SOL TO LEARN MORE HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR VESSEL!

source: http://www.gostglobal.com/home_boat-alarms_vessel-tracking-&-yacht-trackers.htm



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