The Netherlands: Tideland to Signal Its Way at Offshore Energy13

Tideland to Signal Its Way at Offshore Energy13

Tideland Signal will be showing its comprehensive range of aids to navigation (AtoN) equipment and systems for offshore oil and gas platforms, offshore wind farms (OWF), ports and harbours on stand 11.012 at Offshore Energy 13 at the Amsterdam RAI from 15-16 October.

Tideland Signal has many years’ experience protecting offshore installations of every type around the globe with AtoN lanterns, buoys, radar beacons, fog stations, solar power systems and AIS (Automatic Identification Systems). Among the team manning the stand will be Ian Burgess and Andi Mohamadi of Tideland together with Robin Jansen of P. C. Jansen Marine Agencies B.V., Tideland’s agent in the Netherlands.

In the renewables sector, Tideland systems have been selected for a number of complete OWFs and the company’s comprehensive range now includes lighting for helicopter operations and aviation obstruction lights (AOL). All equipment complies with National Authority requirements as well as the International Association of Lighthouse Authority’s (IALA) Recommendation O-139 covering the marking of man-made offshore structures.

A highlight of the Tideland stand is the latest Nova-65, a compact lantern featuring proprietary optics which provide a 360° beam at 5°, 10°, 20° or 30° vertical divergence. The 5° or 10° divergence lens is suitable for fixed aids to navigation while the 10°, 20° or 30° lens provides exceptional performance on buoys.

Tideland will also be highlighting the equipment and services provided by its Power Systems Division. These include Solar PV, Hybrid Solar PV and its new range of zone 1 PV modules.

Founded in 1954, Tideland Signal designs, manufactures and supplies aids to marine navigation (AtoN) for ports, harbours and offshore energy installations around the world, while supporting its customers with comprehensive technical assistance and after sales services. This mission is accomplished with the support of its subsidiary Safe Sea Services along with its partner Floatex S.R.L.


Press Release, August 19, 2013