We pride ourselves on providing the best possible Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs) for ships from our partner companies. We believe that our products are the most reliable and user-friendly on the market, and we work hard to ensure that our customers are satisfied with their purchases. Our VDRs are designed to meet the highest international standards, and they are backed by a team of experts who are always available to answer any questions or provide support. In addition, we offer a wide range of customization options to ensure that our VDRs meet the specific needs of each customer. We believe that our commitment to quality and customer service makes us the best choice for all your VDR needs.


  • Protect your crew and vessel with Voyage Data Recorder (VDR)
  • Ensure compliance with regulations by recording voyage data
  • Review voyage data to improve safety standards and operations
  • Reduce the risk of financial loss due to accidents or incidents at sea

The Systematic And Enhanced Black Box Of The Maritime Industry

The IMO’s International Convention SOLAS Requirements (IMO Res.A.861(20)) requires all vessels to have a voyage data recorder, or VDR, to collect data from numerous sensors on board the ship. It then digitizes, compresses, and stores this data in a shielded storage unit that is installed externally. The tamper-proof protective storage container is made to endure the intense pressure, heat, shock, and impact that could be caused by a maritime event (fire, explosion, collision, sinking, etc.). When the ship sinks in a marine catastrophe, the protected storage unit might be in a retrievable fixed unit or free float unit (or paired with an EPIRB). The protected unit’s stored data for the previous 12 hours (or 48 hours for the 2014 regulations MSC.333(90)) can be restored and replayed by the authorities or ship owners for incident investigation. According to the specifications of IMO Performance Standard MSC.163(78), a simplified voyage data recorder (S-VDR) is a less expensive variant of a voyage data recorder (VDR) for small ships that just records the most fundamental data about the ship. The enhanced real-time data display, larger storage capacity, and replay software features included in the design of the next-generation VDR enable the user to evaluate incidents. Are you looking for the best VDRs/SVDRs and more details on them? Fill in our contact form and get the apt solution from the experts.