Monitoring of the Nuclear Icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy

Monitoring of the Nuclear Icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy

The icebreaker operates along the Northern Sea Route above the 70th parallel.

The LookOut beacon ensures pure data transmission on the vessel position, headings and speed via the Iridium communication channel.

Sealed case of the IP67 protection class ensures operation in extreme conditions. The beacon is mounted on a dedicated stainless steel fixture providing its fastening on the horizontal or vertical pipe.

New modification of the satellite-aided beacon LookOut 2.0 is capable to connect to the ship equipment via digital, analog or discrete interfaces.

The 50 Let Pobedy is the largest Type 10521 nuclear icebreaker in the world as of today. At present, the nuclear icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy is owned by the Rosatom State Corporation.

Reliability Above All sm

In early 2019, Iridium completed the $3 billion Iridium NEXT mission, which completely replaced the first-generation Iridium constellation. With an upgraded network, Iridium is poised now more than ever to meet the growing demand for global communications on land, at sea, and in the skies – far into the future.

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