AATASH NORCONTROL LTD. has expertise in Vessel Tracking & Port Management System(VTPMS) and Tracking & Warning System (TWS).
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The Company is dealing in high quality communication, navigational and safety equipments. It is also a direct importer and all India Distributor for companies like Wireless Interactive - U.S.A. for Broad Band Radios and WiFi system, Japan Marina Co. Ltd. for Radio, GPS, Fishfinder, Echo-sounder, Direction Finder & Navtex Receiver and Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. for Security Equipment & Exide Industries Ltd. for all types of batteries.

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AATASH Dredging & Construction undertakes turnkey EPC works in the areas of radar & communication tower erection and utility buildings. The company is capable of providing all types of construction solutions and is shortly getting into dredging activities.


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Ships in Gulf of Khambhat will now be monitored by state authorities from a control room set up in Gandhi nagar. Thia Capability will Enable monitoring movement of every ship in the Gulf and also faculite swift action and coordination of emergency operations in times of crisis.
 
Maritine emergency center opened for Gulf of Cambay
The emergency operations centre (EOC), which will provide virtual eyes to the State port regulator Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) to monitor all the activities in the Gulf of Cambay (Khambhat) has become operational.
 
Goods Ocean Vessels arriving at the seacoast of Gujarat will now be monitored by the Officers of Maritime Board of Gujarat sitting right in there offices at Gandhinagar the capital of Gujarat. Vessel with load weight in excess of 300 tons will be under the watch of Radar...
 
The country's biggest vessel traffic and port management system (VTPMS) is going operational in Gujarat, in a record time of nearly two years. The special surveillance system installed in the trumpet-shaped gulf in the Arabian Sea- the Gulf of Khambhat had its timing right what with nations securing their seas and port establishments on a big scale and ensuring safe navigation of vessles.
 
VTPMS to get operational next month, Gujarat Maritine Board(GMB) will start a modern vehicle traffic monitoring system.India's biggest project will keep an eye on traffic of ships; Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. will invest Rs. 130 cr to set up system news by Himanshu darji
 
Gujarat sails past state in coastal security measures While politicians in Mantralaya continue to discuss various proposals to secure its coastline against terror attacks, the neighbouring state will implement a sophisticated GPS-based tracking system next month - by ABHIJIT SATHE
 
Ahmedabad Mirror Thurday
November 26, 2009
Securing the Gulf.... Modern system to safeguard ports, industrires between Jafrabad and Khambhat finds out Ojas Mehta of Aatash Norcontrol Ltd., the abode of important establishments including Hazira, Dahej Pipava ports and industrial houses like LNG petronet and Shell Hazira.. .. is crucial after intelligence agencies warned of terror strikes on Gujarat's coastal assets. The state government has decided to introduce Veseels Traffic management System spending Rs. 130 crore to shield them from terrorists. ...
 
The Times of India Ahmedabad Wednesday December 3, 2008
Norwegian Company gets VTMS Contract. Contract for vessel traffic management system for Gulf of Khambhat for nearly 3000 big ships reaching South Saurashtra and South Gujarat, has gone to Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. a joint venture between Norwegian and Indian Company.

Aatash Norcontrol Ltd. has promised to implement VTMS along with half a dozen repeater stations in south Gujarat, Gulf of Khambhat and south Saurashtra .. ......
 
Times Nation News "New ships, radars to plug coastal security"
Global acquisition of cutting edge       equipment and interceptor boats on fast       track basis approved
Coast Guard which has a fleet of 70 small      and big vessels was allowed to lease and      hire ships from the global market
9 coast guard stations in addition to      existing 13
Radars to be installed to fill in
     coverage-gap
Electronic identification of all vessels       entering Indian maritime territory ...
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