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Australia Debut For Three GOST™ Marine Security & Tracking Products

by Blake Cooper on 24 May 2012
GOST Phantom - Sanctuary Cove Boat Show 2012 Blake Cooper
Marine security, monitoring and tracking systems supplier GOST Australia (Global Ocean Security Technologies - formerly Paradox Marine), will introduce the Australian market to the GOST Phantom, GOST Watch HD and the GOST Xtreme Mini Dome Camera at the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, May 24-27, booth 304, Super Yacht Australia Pavilion.

The next generation GOST Phantom Wireless Security and Monitoring System with built in quad band GPRS/GSM Module replaces the GOST Marine Magellan head unit but will maintain compatibility with the full line of GOST wireless security and monitoring sensors, GOST Inmarsat Satellite GPS Tracking and GOST Watch Surveillance systems.

The system has a completely revamped sleek black design, a crisp blue LCD screen, and many enhanced capabilities - including the ability to report simultaneously via text message as well as traditional two-way voice. The unit can support up to 64 wireless sensors for security and monitoring and eight wireless relays to control virtually any AC/DC functions on board. Some of the wireless monitoring options available include high water in the bilge, Battery bank low voltage, loss of shore power, temperatures in bait/food freezers, smoke, intrusion and much more.

The GOST Watch HD System can remotely monitor and record all activities on board a yacht from any computer or Smartphone, anywhere in the world. Watch live video of your yacht as it leaves the harbor or view activities in the salon, staterooms or engine room from any pc or mobile phone with internet access. Cameras can be set to record clips to the website based on motion detection and sent via email or text message to your computer or mobile phone.

The GOST Watch HD’s IVR (Internet Video Recorder) is similar to a traditional DVR with the added advantage of being accessible either locally or remotely via the internet. The 250GB version features looped recording of up to six cameras for up to 30 days (24/7/30).

The one terabyte version features looped recording of up to six cameras for up to three months (24/7/90). Both versions feature simultaneous viewing, either locally or remotely over the internet, of full motion live or recorded video from up to six cameras. Archived clips can be downloaded to a PC and burned onto DVD's.

The GOST Xtreme Mini Dome is a super low light tiny dome camera machined from a solid block of high-grade 316L stainless steel, hand polished to a mirror finish. The camera can be surface or flush mounted and comes standard with a 3.6mm lens which provides a 90°degree view. It is also available with a 2.45mm wide angle lens, which provides a 150° degree view.

The Xtreme Mini Dome has been designed for extremely harsh environments for both internal and external use. This unique camera has passed several controlled experiments by independent bodies to test its strength and has always exceeded expectations. The stainless steel housing is backed by a 15-year warranty, with a three year warranty on the internal camera which is proof positive that this little camera can stand up to whatever you throw at it. The Xtreme Mini Dome is ideal for yachts, commercial vessels, oil rigs or any other marine or other area where extreme conditions exist.


For more information about GOST Phantom, GOST Watch HD, the GOST Mini Dome Camera and other GOST marine security, monitoring and tracking products, visit booth 304, Super Yacht Australia Pavilion, at the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, www.gostaustralia.com or call +61 (07) 3481 2012.

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