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Four-level ECDIS Concept

  12/01/2012
The Transas Marine 4-level ECDIS concept is designed to provide an IMO-compliant solution for shipping companies. The range of product packages Standard, Standard+, Premium and Premium+ features Transas Navi-Sailor software applied through all systems. All packages include selected standard features with a range of additional options.
 

Transas ECDIS console

Anders Rydlinger, Transas Marine product development director, says the objective is to provide a solution to the market where a 'standard' system features the best available quality and at the same time is user-friendly and cost-efficient. On the other hand, there are shipping companies preferring to utilise a comprehensive technology going beyond IMO requirements. This 4-level concept is developed to cover all market requirements.

 




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Website: http://www.transas.com/products/onboard/ns
Supplier: Transas

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