...HPT systems such as the ATLAS BTS – 3000, provide marine-grade reliability and impressive wind loading characteristics...
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Broadband Antenna Tracking Systems, (BATS), one of the world's leading innovators of antenna aiming, tracking, and stabilization systems, today announced its next generation ATLAS BTS – 3000 heavy payload tracking (HPT) system, specialized for increased reliability in even the most demanding of environments. Configured with a 6 or 8 ft. solid dish antenna, the ATLAS is engineered to withstand up to 125 KM/H winds, while still tracking and optimizing highly critical broadband connections.
The new ATLAS system opens a wealth of new communications and production opportunities in the offshore energy and maritime industry, enabling end users access to higher bandwidth at greater distances.
"The new ATLAS heavy payload tracking system opens an abundance of new opportunities for the IT departments at energy companies that are looking for new ways to enhance floating production storage and offloading (FPSO), and production rig communication,” said Phil Cramer, BATS V.P. Sales & Marketing. “Our 200, 500, and 3000 heavy payload tracking systems provide the ideal solution for virtually all conditions. The HPT systems such as the ATLAS BTS – 3000, provide marine-grade reliability and impressive wind loading characteristics, allowing those critical networks to work flawlessly in the kinds of rugged environments energy workers are likely to face.”
Broadband Antenna Tracking Systems (BATS) provides a proprietary software and hardware platform that locates, locks and tracks wireless broadband communication access points. Through the use of its industry-first automated tracking and stabilization platform, BATS enables organizations to rapidly deploy massive capacity (Gb+), uninterrupted, fixed or mobile wireless networks over long distances without skilled technical resources.
Every day- whether on the battlefield, oil field, or airfield, BATS’ technology is proven in some of the harshest environments on earth; providing organizations access to their critical communications. To learn more, visit: http://www.batswireless.com