If you are responsible for providing crucial safety of life services for your territory – whether that be in the air, on the ground or at sea – or if a disaster or emergency situation was to strike, you know that seconds count.
You also know the technology that your vital communications and tracking services run on has to be reliable, secure and trusted by the teams using it. That’s where Kordia comes in.
Kordia has a solid reputation for the provision and management of safety of life at sea (SOLAS) in Australia and New Zealand. Testament to this – we designed, built, and operate the HF and VHF networks that cover nearly a quarter of the world’s oceans – an area that spans more than 90 million square kilometres. When you put in a maritime distress call in the majority of the Australasian Maritime region – it’s Kordia that answers the call.
Our engineers design mission-critical radio and fibre optic networks. Whether it’s providing safety of life systems in a new railway tunnel, across the world oceans, or providing communications to air traffic control centres, we have the skills for the job.
Whether using your own design, or ours, when you work with Kordia you automatically get access to highly-skilled and experienced engineers. Our technical staff use state-of-the-art gear to check everything is installed and operating correctly and that rigorous health and safety requirements are met.
Kordia manages, operates and maintains its own nationwide mission-critical network. The reliability of this network is paramount, as is that of the networks we manage on behalf of our customers – a job we take very seriously. When you trust Kordia with the management of your network, you can take comfort in the knowledge that a Kordia engineer is never more than a few hours away and can get the job done right the first time, no matter the complexity.