Efficient Communication
for Emergency Response

The Wireless Communication and Messaging System (WCMS) is a dynamic communication software designed for emergency response and damage control.

As an IP PBX phone system, it offers naval operators flexibility to connect the right people in any situation with reliable speech, video and chat communication.

The WCMS presents a user-friendly, phone-like interface that reduces training time for crew members. This intuitive design ensures clear and efficient communication, minimizing the risk of errors.

Its specialized functionalities are designed for optimal performance during critical situations.

WCMS Key Functions

  • Push conferencing
  • Push to Talk
  • Chat
  • Video for situation awareness
  • Messaging based on role and function
  • Deadmen timer for engine room
  • And more

This eliminates the need for multiple devices and facilitates communication flows, making it possible to connect with the right people or quickly create conference groups during critical times.

Benefits of WCMS

Efficient Time Communication in Critical Situations


Easy & Multiple Integrations with Other Systems

Real-Time Monitoring & Notifications

Improved Performance to Reduce Staffing Demands

Reliability and Fault Tolerance

Features of WCMS

All in One Device

WCMS combines both day-to-day and emergency usage in one communication device. Our system can quickly switch to an emergency mode when needed. Most other systems only focus on emergencies and use closed software.

This switch happens within a split second and starts an automatic processes that create smart role and functions. In that way, crew members can still use the same handheld devices they’re familiar with during emergencies.

Familiar Interface for end user

The Android interface makes our system easy to use, especially during emergencies. This leads to faster decision-making and eliminates the need for multiple systems and devices, streamlining communication during critical situations.

The phone devices offer standard phone features as well as additional naval-specific functions. Authorized users can log in to any phone with their role and function and their personal settings will be applied automatically.

Call the right person

The WCMS categorizes employees based on their roles and qualifications, such as first aid certification or fire brigade membership. This classification enables the crew member to connect with the right person, on duty, by simply pressing a button.

In emergencies, WCMS can function independently and perform actions like connecting specific individuals to a group call or chat with just a call, streamlining communication and ensuring quick responses during critical situations.

Real time report

The WCMS can connect with external sensors installed on machinery.This integration allows on-duty technicians to receive real-time notifications through WCMS when the sensors detect any issues.

In case of an emergency detected by a sensor, the WCMS has a built-in escalation protocol that guarantees a quick and effective resolution of the problem.

Host Messaging Interface

The Host Messaging Interface (HMI) makes it easy for different systems to communicate and work together effectively within the WCMS framework.

The HMI is built using open standards and open-source parts, allowing easy integration with other systems and hardware through, for example XML-based messaging. This means it can adapt and work well with different settings.

System Specifications

Central database

All data, logs, and audit information is managed and configured through a central web interface located on the WCMS Virtual Machine (VM).


WCMS uses a monitoring tool that helps set up and keep track of various components and equipment.


Virtual machines and Media Gateways are duplicated to avoid system failure due to a single component issue.

Secure Connectivity

The Wi-Fi network, controlled by a firewall and Wi-Fi controller, uses access points to create a seamless network for portable devices.

IP-PBX functionality

Users can make group calls and transfer calls using various devices, such as desk phones and mobile devices.

Example Case

The best way to explain how WCMS works is by thinking in a critical situation in action. We have a confirmed fire example. The Wireless Communication and Messaging System (WCMS) helps manage this critical situation.

Sensors detect a fire in the machinery and immediately notify the crew about the problem through their communication devices. Every crew member will receive information about the fire, including its location and size.

Key crew members, such as first aid responders and the fire brigade, will be the first to get notified so they can quickly respond to the emergency. The WCMS allows them to focus on addressing the situation without worrying about informing others.

Thanks to the WCMS, the entire crew, those responsible for handling in this example the fires, are quickly and easily informed about the situation through the devices they use every day.