Radio Holland and OSCAR sign distribution agreement at DIBS 2022
Radio Holland welcomes IBEX 2021 award winner OSCAR to the family as they signed a distribution agreement. OSCAR is the first AI based system with collision avoidance & perimeter surveillance. It alerts you of any floating obstacle: large and small, day and night. OSCAR significantly enhances your safety and that of your crew. OSCAR is available for yachts, commercial vessels and government use.
Radio Holland is the distributor for OSCAR in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Egypt, South Africa and Greece. The new partnership involves the supply, installation and service of OSCAR systems. The OSCAR system is available for different use cases to ideally suit the various needs:
- Coast guard
- Search and rescue
Joachim de Jenlis, Regional Director of Radio Holland Group says: “OSCAR closes a gap in situational awareness and safety at sea. The combination of Radio Holland and Oscar is providing added value to the maritime industry with quality products and service 24/7. We are looking forward towards a great new partnership with OSCAR.”
“In Radio Holland we have found the perfect partner”, says Christoph Ballin, Managing Partner of OSCAR. “It is a great pleasure to work with Radio Holland’s exceptionally professional team to make OSCAR safety available for professional and recreational mariners across various countries.”
For more information, contact one of our experts today via email@example.com
Our yachting specialist look forward meeting customers and their network face to face at the Dubai International Boat Show, booth MLL-106.
OSCAR stands for Optical System for Cognition And Ranging and is the first AI based system, available for yachts, commercial vessels and government use. It alerts you of any floating obstacle on your course – large and small – day and night.
The OSCAR systems are designed to detect hazards that cannot be detected by radars, AIS or sonar. As a result OSCAR prevents collisions with any potential threat a vessel can encounter at sea. Be it other vessels, unidentified floating objects such as logs, buoys or containers, as well as sleeping sea mammals. The system alerts the crew of any potential danger and tracks the position and distance of that threat.