FMD-3200 & 3300
The ECDIS employs intelligently arranged Graphic User Interface elements that deliver task-based operation scheme to give the operator direct access to necessary operational procedure.
Utilising a cutting edge chart-drawing engine, the FMD-3000 Series delivers instantaneous chart redraw with the seamless zooming and panning, hence making the ECDIS operation stress-free.
The ECDIS will also bring about streamlined chart management scheme providing easy chart management independent of the chart providers. The ECDIS is compatible with Jeppesen Dynamic Licensing and it supports the Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO).
Fully complying with the performance standard of ECDIS stipulated in IMO resolution MSC.232(82), the ECDIS is going to be a suitable candidate designated for new installation as well as retrofit to fulfill ECDIS mandatory carriage that is phasing in from July 2012 onward.
Multifunction display capability, featuring ECDIS,Conning Information Display, Radar/Chart Radar and Alert.
Intuitive new user interface offers fast, precise route planning, monitoring and navigation data management.
The user interface of the FMD-3200/FMD-3300 centers on carefully organized operational tools: Status bar and InstantAccess bar™.
The Status bar at the top of the screen contains information about the operating status, i.e., MFD operating mode, the ECDIS operation modes, etc. InstantAccess bar™ at the left-hand side of the screen contains all the tasks (functions/actions) corresponding to the ECDIS operation mode currently selected.
These operational tools deliver straightforward, task-based operation by which the operator can quickly perform navigational task without having to go deeper into an intricate menu tree.
Complies with the following IMO and IEC regulations:
Transas delivers a full range of type-approved ECDIS solutions that can be stand-alone or part of the Integrated Navigation Systems or Multifunctional Display i.e. Radar, Conning, Alarm Management, Track Control in one workstation. Transas ECDIS provides easy and unique possibilities for customization.
Each system includes a carefully selected range of standard features, with an extensive range of additional hardware and software options. So whether you’re just beginning your ECDIS journey or seek the ultimate level of information at your fingertips, Transas offer something for every ECDIS user.
Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS is designed in full compliance with the latest IMO, IHO and IEC standards and resolutions. NS 4000 ECDIS is a navigation information system that displays information from navigation sensors on the electronic navigational chart.
Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS is designed in full compliance with the latest IMO, IHO and IEC standards and resolutions. NS 4000 ECDIS is a navigation information system that displays information from navigation sensors on the electronic navigational chart. The system is designed to assist the mariner in route planning and monitoring. The combination of all data on a single display allows for a high level of situational awareness and onboard decision-making.
Dual Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDISA dual ECDIS supplied in a Master + Backup configuration complies with the backup requirements for ECDIS and meets the chart carriage requirement. In the event of ECDIS Master Failure, the Backup system automatically takes over as Master system in accordance with the ECDIS backup arrangement requirements.
The NS 4000 ECDIS 'Back of the Bridge' planning station is based on the 24" Panel PC + Trackball. It includes Navi-Planner with full voyage plan functionality (Advanced Planning option) and ECDIS software. If mandatory sensors (GNSS, Gyro and Log) are connected to the unit, it can be used as a third ECDIS and Back-up.
Other additional information and sensors/systems can be connected either directly via an NMEA port, or optionally via the Data Collector Unit (DCU) and displayed in the Navi-Sailor user interface.
MARIS 900 MK5
The Simrad MARIS ECDIS900 MK5 is an IMO-type approved navigation system, designed for use aboard SOLAS vessels subject to ECDIS carriage mandates such as merchant cargo ships and tankers.
Easy to use with a standard Windows PC interface, the ECDIS900 delivers precise navigation with comprehensive route planning and optimisation tools, integrated chart management and ordering, radar overlay, and optional highly customisable conning display.
The Simrad MARIS ECDIS900 is IMO type approved/IEC61174:2008 Ed3 compliant for use on all SOLAS ships and other vessels that must carry an Electronic Chart Display and Information System under the ECDIS Carriage Mandate. Under SOLAS amendments all existing large passenger, tanker, and cargo ships will be obliged to fit ECDIS on a rolling timetable that began in July 2012 and ends in July 2018. All new passenger ships over 500gt, tankers over 3,000gt, and cargo ships over 3,000gt are required to carry an ECIDS system.
The compact MK5 PC supports horizontal or vertical mounting with an included bracket, or mounting within the optional ECDIS900 pedestal for a freestanding installation.
Based on a standard Windows interface using common controls including toolbars, tabbed panels, hotkeys, and right-click context or ‘pop-up’ menus, the ECDIS900 is quick to learn and easy to use. All ECDIS900 models include a standard keyboard and trackball, for fast and accurate data entry.
Voyage Decision Support assists navigators in selecting a route most likely to provide an on-time arrival, avoid poor weather conditions, and optimise fuel consumption. Taking into consideration detailed ship information and both current and forecasted weather, VDS evaluates multiple route options and highlights the risks and benefits of each. The user may then select and begin navigation of the preferred route.
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