LRIT Conformity Test

The long-range identification and tracking (LRIT) of ships was established as an international system on May 2006 by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and binds all governments which have contracted to the IMO. 

These ships must report their position to their flag administration at least four times a day. Most vessels set their existing satellite communications systems to automatically make these reports. Other contracting governments may request information about vessels in which they have a legitimate interest under the regulation.

Through our partner, we provide vessel operators with a convenient, secure and intuitive online LRIT Conformance Test platform, for over 90 flags, allowing them to initiate a test and review its progress at any time.

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