Prevent future damage
with offshore asset protection

The automated offshore monitoring will enable you to communicate with vessels in specified areas and provides full visibility of supply vessels’ movements: Vessels enter the protection zones and system operators are automatically notified. Rules can be applied to the protection zones, ensuring that only the vessels of interest trigger the alarm. These early warnings based on sophisticated filtering and automated communication with operators and vessels are cost-effective ways to help prevent damages to offshore structures.

DaaS or SaaS

Available as either a Software as a Service (SaaS) or Data as a Service (DaaS). Our software solution consists of a browser-based interface – easy to learn and constantly updated with critical information. If you prefer, you can rely on your existing system and have our data services integrated into your platform.

Make decisions
based on data

This solution’s powerful analytics features detect patterns in maritime data and trigger alarms or generate reports highlighting areas of traffic, near misses and anomalous transits through the protected area. These insights highlight potential risks, so you can take action to prevent damage.

Rely on
statistical reports

Based on logged tracks and events the system automatically generates advanced statistical reports: Changes in traffic patterns, traffic density plots, event type frequencies and locations in the surveillance zone(s) are reported and visualized for optimal data usability.

Protect offshore structures with geofencing

Intelligent Event Detection from GateHouse Maritime constitutes a proactive and automated preventative approach to minimizing the probability of threats and damage to the integrity of maritime assets.

Protect your assets offshore and subsea

Be proactive against potential threats to offshore assets.



Asset Protection for wind farms is an automated surveillance and safety solution which minimizes the risk of ship collision and collateral damage on offshore wind turbines, transformer stations, and export cables. Compared to the conventional safety measures currently applied at wind farms, the solution is designed for proactive protection; for timely and precise responses to potential threats.

The offshore-wind-farm production has doubled in recent years. In only a handful of decades, offshore wind has become one of the core power-generation technologies of Europe, according to McKinsey & Company.

As the development paves the way for global adoption of offshore wind energy, it emphasizes the growing need for intelligent surveillance of offshore assets as a part of critical infrastructure.



Given the potential for environmental catastrophes and collateral damage, maritime and offshore safety is exceedingly important. With Maritime Asset Protection you get a well-proven and reliable solution that enables you to act proactively against potential threats by monitoring vessels in specified areas.

Despite being designed to withstand smaller impacts, oil and gas rigs still risk expensive downtime caused by vessels colliding with platforms or infrastructure. Risk factors are the increasing size of supply vessels in recent years and passing vessels traveling at higher speeds according to the Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering.

Automated monitoring and direct communication with vessels in specified areas provide the necessary visibility regarding movements of supply and passing vessels in order to avoid downtime caused by collisions.



According to National Research Council (NRC), the most significant pipeline failures derive from damage caused by vessels and their gear. In deeper water, fishing vessels risk tearing nets and other gears on the pipeline features and occasionally causing leaks, while larger vessels may drag their anchors across the pipelines, resulting in bending or cracking.

Despite regulation of traffic and activities in protection zones around pipeline infrastructures, damage caused by vessels may pose substantial threats to the expected lifetime of pipelines. The environmental aspects and economic consequences can be significant.

The asset protection solution for offshore pipelines is proactive and reduces risk of damages to the sub-sea pipeline infrastructure. It increases awareness in the offshore pipeline surveillance zones and assets, and it provides the intelligence required to optimize preventive measures at sea level and focus maintenance efforts around the most exposed sections at the seabed.



Annually an estimated 100–150 subsea cable faults occur world-wide with fishing accounting for nearly half of all reported faults.

When a cable is faulted, the cable company commonly does not receive any notice from the mariners involved and it may be unclear whether those mariners was even aware of the incident.

The substantial effects of cable faults underpin the importance of identifying and documenting perpetrating vessels to provide evidence for correlating the occurrence of damages with the mariners involved.

Despite regulation of activities in protection zones around cable infrastructures, damage caused by vessels occurs e.g. inflicted by bottom trawling or anchors. The economic and societal consequences can be significant.

The solution for subsea cable protection increases awareness in the surveillance zones, and it provides the intelligence required to optimize preventive measures at sea level and focus inspection and maintenance efforts at the seabed.


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