Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
SRT Marine Systems LSE:SRT London Ordinary Share GB00B0M8KM36 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -1.43% 34.50p 33.50p 35.50p 36.75p 34.50p 35.25p 480,059 16:08:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 11.0 1.2 1.1 30.3 44.06

SRT Marine Sys Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/8/2017
09:23
AIS can provide all the information required. It's human beings who take the decisions. Navigation and Charting. Aide Memoir of International Rule of the Road - (50 years ago!) "If on my starboard red appear it is my duty to keep clear"
lazyj
21/8/2017
08:18
So much for AIS and Singapore
srtshare2
21/8/2017
07:49
Collision between the USS John S MCain and Alnic MC a Liberian oil tanker off Singapore with at least 5 injured and 10 missing. Once again perhaps this trengthens the argument for AIS, although the military probably wouldn't want it. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-40995829
2vdm
20/8/2017
09:04
No problems Techno20.Yes, it has been a long and frustrating journey to date. There has been tangible progress along the way , but I agree with you, those deals need to be converted. With four 'near term' I hope SRT are able to convert at least two of them in the next few months. No reason why not.
astralvision
19/8/2017
22:00
AV - Perhaps on reflection my comments were overly harsh. I've been invested (heavily, for me) here for over 5 years and wouldn't have stayed unless I was a believer in SRT and ST, in particular. However, its been a frustrating journey. The buses have not arrived to schedule and the mega bus disappeared over the horizon taking our money with it! Friday's (c.£200k) deal was great to see, but, in reality, given the work clearly involved in winning it, I wonder whether, when full costs are attributed it'll make the business money. Given the prolonged timeframes and work involved on international deals, how much of the VSP is viable?? Think the management changes announced last week were needed and will hopefully provide ST the support & impetus he needs to drive the business forward. I'm here for the long term, but the talk of "£60m of imminent deals" and "managing multiple projects" will wear thin unless ST starts converting. techno
techno20
19/8/2017
18:11
For many on here SRT don't need to do anything to 'restore credibility'.They have that in spades, of that there is no doubt.
astralvision
19/8/2017
13:28
Looks like positive coverage in the Mail. Won't harm sentiment, but ST needs to deliver on at least one of the 4 imminent deals to restore some credibility (and soon!). http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-4804024/Airlines-affected-terror-concerns-spook-markets.html
techno20
18/8/2017
19:54
The only point I would make in terms of income is that a 12-month unfunded trial can eat up money and time. I'm sure it's something ST is very aware of, but obviously srt needs to ensure that bidding costs don't get out of hand. I think Bahrain is the key deal at the moment.
supernumerary
18/8/2017
19:21
"the world’s largest single deployment of AIS AtoN" - suggests that it will receive some trade press coverage, so we'll find out which European waterway it is. As and when that information comes into the public domain, SRT's press and PR department (is there one?) should maximise press coverage. Raising the public profile of this little Midsummer Norton business is overdue IMO.
goodapple
18/8/2017
18:26
I asked the question at the last webcast done by ST about Aton's which hadn't been referred to at the AGM either in the presentation or in the material given to us at the AGM. Today's announcement is a pleasant surprise that Aton sales are a likely stream of useful revenue and profits for SRT.
crystball
18/8/2017
18:16
...and once those are installed then it is tempting to stick with what you know for future orders.
yumyum
18/8/2017
18:13
For 200 then £1000 sounds ok.
yumyum
18/8/2017
17:01
Does anyone have the Finncap note from this morning ? The TW website says (quoting from the brokers note) "we anticipate that the contract is worth up to 0.2m". Is that right ? That is only 1,000 GBP per ATON which is lower than figures mentioned here before. Were any other details mentioned ?
fft
18/8/2017
13:25
Nice liquidity. Perfect time for those who have given up on SRT to get out. I stay in. Waiting for the takeover. 75p would not be nearly high enough for me.
yumyum
18/8/2017
11:48
SRT Marine Systems plc, the global provider of maritime tracking, management and surveillance technologies, products and integrated system solutions for ports, waterways, fisheries and coast guards, announces the receipt of a contract to supply 200 Type 3 AIS Aids to Navigation transceivers. The AtoN’s are being deployed in Europe along a single stretch of waterway becoming the world’s largest single deployment of AIS AtoN in order to enhance an existing VTS system and the safety and efficient management of marine traffic. The AtoN will be used to enhance vessel traffic control, the monitoring of the exact buoy location and status, the dynamic control of buoy lights, real time monitoring of lock status, tide, currents, water depth as well as continuous real time monitoring of the local maritime environment and weather all in real time. SRT’s AtoN solution was selected following over a year of evaluation and testing due to a number of technological, quality and reliability factors. Of particular note was: • the high quality and reliability of the full certified AIS radio communications (receive and transmit) which proved to deliver superior real world performance; • the small yet robust build quality and reliability which enables long term maintenance free continuous operation in extreme maritime conditions and easy installation on any buoy; • the ultra-low power consumption, which is 50% lower than any other AIS AtoN on the market. Resulting in considerably reduced overall installation costs due to the lower power supply requirements - smaller and cheaper solar panels and batteries and in some instances the ability exist on the existing surplus power availability; • the ability to transmit unlimited user defined virtual AtoN’s with a range of supporting usage innovations to further increase the benefit and utility of virtual AtoN’s. • sophisticated encryption that allows secure remote control of the AtoN’s by the authorities; • the unique ability to easily and quickly integrate multiple external sensors such as environment sensors, RACON’s, lanterns etc. Other integrated technologies such as SAT-Trak, which enables enhanced satellite reception of AIS transmissions, may be activated in the future at the customer’s discretion. Simon Tucker, CEO of SRT Marine Systems, commented:“In the final analysis it is our core technology that makes the operational difference to our customers who want reliable real world AIS functionality and performance. Our investments and innovations in core technology are reflected in the superior real world operational performance and functionality of all our products and this is but one example of how this delivers real contracts. AIS AtoN is still a relatively new addition to the growing AIS big data eco-system and orders will take time to build. However, with many thousands of buoys and remote maritime infrastructure worldwide we believe our significant technology, product and market investments place SRT in a dominant position within this promising new market segment.”
countryman5
18/8/2017
11:44
YUMYUM - I was at least as pleased by ST's robust defence of SRT's technical prowess as I was by the order itself. Of course there's going to be competition, but this was obviously won after a very rigorous set of tests, so well done to the guys.
supernumerary
18/8/2017
11:10
100K buy now showing, lovely!
astralvision
18/8/2017
09:39
YUMYUM How dare you come on here and be so positive, you will get drummed out of the brownies!Don't you want to know why SRT didn't attend xyz conference in Timbuktu?Fwiw, I agree with you.
astralvision
18/8/2017
09:35
Many years groundwork has been done here, as today's news illustrates SRT are now in a great position to reap the rewards. Countryman5, I regard the current share price as being a good entry/ addition point, not that much above recent lows.
astralvision
18/8/2017
09:34
Excellent order for SRT. Sure we are on track for a great year.
yumyum
18/8/2017
09:24
I note that sellers have disappeared recently. If chairman wants to put toe in water for a million shares he has missed the bottom. When real momentum starts ( such as IQE) it breeds on itself. SRT and IQE both had unique positions in a global market and both were unloved by investors and then suddenly sentiment changes.Is IQE worth 5 or 6 times what it was worth twelve months ago?
countryman5
18/8/2017
08:53
Sorry, should have said Kimboy.
astralvision
18/8/2017
08:52
Excellent order today, also another great reference point for SRT. I think kinbasket is correct, excellent margins on AtoN. Regarding why SRT did not attend some conference or other, imo it ain't worth getting your knickers in a twist over it. If it bothers you that much ask SRT.My view would be that you could put at least one person on full time attending various exhibitions and conferences around the world, at some cost. SRT do attend the occasional do, e.g. METS, but as an investor in SRT I'm more than happy to let them decide on the optimal sales strategy. They would seem , on the whole, to have no problems meeting the decision makers without attending numerous commercial exhibitions.I don't think us armchair 'experts' can have any real idea of what the best strategy is and the way to achieve it, although it doesn't stop some on here from trying!Enough on that subject, ask the co if there's something you want to know on this front.
astralvision
18/8/2017
08:26
I thought these ATONs were about $3000 each and the profit margin was about 70%. IIRC they are the highest margin bit of tackle they do. That works out at about $400k. Not to be sneezed at and hopefully a prescurser to further orders.
kimboy2
18/8/2017
08:06
well the market doesn't seem impressed atm!
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