FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA (USA) – GOST™ (Global Ocean Security Technologies) will feature the new GOST NT Evolution 2.0 SM (Security and Monitoring) Inmarsat satellite-based wireless marine security, monitoring and tracking package and the GOST Watch HD app at the 2013 Miami International Boat Show, February 14-18 at the Miami Beach Convention Center (booth 1683 in the Electronics Room).


GOST NT Evolution 2.0 SM 2013 NMMA Product Innovation Award NomineeGOST NT Evolution 2.0
The NT Evolution 2.0 Security and Monitoring package includes the GOST NT-Evolution 2.0 system and comes standard with wireless dual optical infrared beam sensors, a mini siren, high intensity strobe, high water sensor, a door/hatch sensor, and a pull sensor to protect a vessel from theft.

NT Evolution 2.0 is a marine grade, water resistant, wireless security, monitoring and tracking system that provides global arm/disarm and relay control over satellite from anywhere in the world, with the reassurance of a battery back-up.

An extensive range of up to 64 wireless sensors can protect and monitor a vessel. Five wireless relays allow control of any AC or DC function on board and can be set to activate other devices such as external sirens, strobes, deck or cockpit lights when the system goes into alarm.


GOST Watch HD AppGOST Watch HD App
If you want to keep an eye on your boat when you’re not there, GOST offers an app for that. The free, easy to use app for iPhone, iPad and Android enables users of the GOST Watch HD system to log in and view their live on board cameras

With the GOST Watch HD System, you can keep an eye on your boat when you’re not there and be alerted to events. Remotely monitor all activities on board – or around your boat. Watch live video of your boat and set cameras to record clips based on motion detection. GOST Watch HD can be used as a stand-alone surveillance system or as part of the GOST Insight HD System. A variety of cameras are available from GOST or the system can be easily added to existing analog or thermal cameras on board.