Our HMS-900 design, FAT, Data Verification report and Site Acceptance Test procedures are certified by CAA International.

It is fully compliant with ICAO Doc 9261 5th Edition, UK CAA CAP 437, Pre-flight Offshore Weather Report, Standard HMS rev9b and in keeping with the upcoming proposed rev9c features.
Our Deck Motion Monitor displays the Effective Significant Wave Height on the vessel deck. The DMM Method is approved by the WGP5 Crane and DNV.

The system has several stand-alone modules for various operations; DMM-Personnel and DMM-Seakeeping.
Our Helideck Audio & Video Recording System (HAV-200) is an integrated recording system for offshore helicopter operations.

HAV-200 is fully compliant with the CAA-Noway BSL D5-1 Section 41 and the Brazilian Normam-27 Rev 2 Mod 4 Section 0604, annex 6-A and ICA-63-25.

ShoreConnection supplies CAA International certified Helideck light systems.

The Repeater Light System gives helicopter pilots a clear visual real time indicator of the motion status of the helideck replicated from the display of the HMS computer display.
ShoreConnection supplies a certified Status Light System meeting the Cap 437, Normam-27 and Norsok requirements.
ShoreConnection now offers a robust Circle-H lighting system which fully complies with CAP437 8th Ed.
Multi Meteorological sensors for a Helideck Monitoring System are generally used to measure the air temperature, air humidity and barometric pressure (dew point).
Motion Reference Units (MRU) are a high-performance motion sensor that measures Roll, Pitch, Heave, Sway, Surge, Accelerations, Angular rates and Velocity for any rig, ship or vessel on which it is mounted.
Wind sensors are providing reliable high-quality data for the HMS application and to enable the helicopter to use the landing area safely and take off in any wind conditions that permit helicopter operations.
Data from Wave Radars can be integrated into our HMS-900 helideck monitoring system. There are a couple of different types that we recommend to be integrated into our HMS
A UPS for a helideck monitoring system is used to provide emergency power to the whole system if the input power source or mains power fails.