ENC Watermarker

Data producers and distributors must protect their chart products against copyright violations. Until now there has been no method available to prove copyright violations with respect to S-57 charts. ENC data could be illegally duplicated, completely or partially. To combat copyright violations, SevenCs has developed ENC Watermarker. It individually marks data in the S-57/SENC cells by means of a hidden watermark. Thus, if unauthorized copies of ENCs appear on the market, the originator can identify his/her mark using ENC Watermarker to show that this is in fact a copy of his/her ENC. These marks are indelible and will survive practically... (read more)
2006-04-27 12:00:00

ENC Tools User Conference

SevenCs' second user conference will be on 1st November 2010 in Rostock, Germany, just before Hydro 2010. The one-day conference will feature guest speakers, hands-on seminars, and the opportunity to meet the team so questions can be asked to the company directly. The programme will focus on •Visualisation of 3D DTED and gridded bathymetry (BAG) with ENCs •Web Map Services for S-57/ARCS combined with other geospatial data•ENC encryption in accordance with IHO S-63•Automatic depth line generation for ENCs•ENCs for inland and port applications (read more)
2010-02-25 09:36:32

SevenCs Innovates ENC Tools

SevenCs has launched updates for several products in its ENC Tools Suite. The update package includes fresh features, bug fixes and extensions due to new standards and specifications which are relevant to digital chart production. By integrating the latest version of the SevenCs ECDIS Kernel (EC2007 v.5.20) the ENC Tools Suite benefits from many Kernel features, such as supporting IHO’s Presentation Library 4.0. and performance. This version further assists the Inland navigation community. The product specifications for Inland ENCs (IENC 2.4) can be handled with the SevenCs renewed tool package: ENC Designer (production), S-57 Writer for FME (translation), SeeMyENC (visualisation), and... (read more)
2015-11-09 08:37:16

ENC Sounding Checker

ENC Sounding Checker is a simple command line tool for MS Windows Operating Systems. It can be used to parse a single ENC (S-57 or SevenCs SENC) or multiple ENCs (if operated in batch mode) and check if there are soundings that are shallower than surrounding areas with depths attribution. ENC Sounding Checker does not modify the ENCs at all.   The affected features are reported and can be written to a log file. The log files can either: •be used as a manual reference for updating ENCs, or •imported in SevenCs ENC Designer software.   In February 2010 the... (read more)
2010-04-08 10:11:24

Automatic ENC Correction

The Chart Corrector has been created as a tool to assist the routine operations in the process of IHO S-57 ENC creation/correction. The authors considered all possible requirements of national cartographical agencies using dKart Inspector, ENC Alalyzer or Chart Controller for verifying in the process. The Chart Corrector interface has been designed with the end-user in mind and is surprisingly simple, but a remarkably efficiency is hidden behind this simplicity.   To correct a chart, the user makes three simple steps. Suppose you have an electronic chart and a validation check report from any of the well known verifiers you... (read more)
2008-10-31 02:52:54

ENC Web Service

French company Geomod and its UK-based business partner OceanWise Ltd have launched an ‘ENC Web Service’, delivering Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) direct to desktop and web GIS, and similar applications, using an OGC-compliant WMS (Web Map Service). The ENC Web Service is available as an online subscription, where the WMS software and ENC database are hosted by OceanWise, or as a managed system in a secure environment on customer premises. In either case, the solution is completely scalable with new users and ENCs able to be added at any time. ENCs are produced by different Hydrographic Offices and provide official... (read more)
2013-04-11 10:23:33

UKHO ENC Services

Two electronic charting services developed by the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) will beunveiled at the Europort Maritime exhibition. The services will further strengthen UKHO's commitment to the Safety Of Life At Sea convention.   The first service the UKHO team will put in the spotlight is an improved updating method for Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC). The UKHO's ENC service is being improved to allow users to update their charts with the latest data remotely, which means they will have access to up-to-the-minute chart information over the Internet at any time and won't need to wait for the usual CD-ROM update.... (read more)
2007-10-03 03:47:05

ENC Analyzer Version 2.4

SevenCs and HSA have released of the latest version of ENC Analyzer. ENC Analyzer now checks edition 3.0 of the IHO’s recommended ENC validation checks, S-58, released February 2007, the new objects and attributes that have been introduced in S-57 edition 3.1.1 plus it allows users to create organisation specific custom rules. Whilst ENC Analyzer is continually being upgraded to align it with the latest standards, it is also being enhanced to cover all phases of production to ensure S-57 products are compliant and correct. Recent enhancements to the application have focused on the distribution and management of data and... (read more)
2007-04-04 09:35:26

Inland ENC Production

European Union
ECDIS has been standardised by the IHO in Special Publications No. 57 (S57) and No. 52 (S52) and is established in coastal and open sea areas. The S57 standard covers the data model of the chart, whereas S52 defines its presentation. These standards are well approved and thus changes and extensions must be handled carefully. Nevertheless, European hydrographic offices faced the need for adaptations since traffic signs and traffic regulations differ on inland waterways. As a consequence, European experts developed the Inland ECDIS standard as an amendment to the maritime standard. The problem has thus been solved by supplements, strictly... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

First Slovenian ENC Released

UK-based IC-ENC has released the first Slovenian ENC, produced by the Geodetic Institute of Slovenia. This ENC is available through the IC-ENC VARs. Following the release of the first ENC, the Port of Koper (Band 5), Slovenia plans to continue with ENC production covering the wider area of Bay of Koper (Band 4), and eventually covering the whole territorial waters of the Republic of Slovenia with another ENC of a smaller scale. The Geodetic Institute of Slovenia started the production of ENCs a few years ago and completed a substantial amount of work. They were unable to validate it properly... (read more)
2015-11-09 08:55:34
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