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Electronic Chart Handling Tools


Electronic Chart Handling Tools

PC Maritime, specialists in PC-based navigation and training solutions, have launched a major new version of their electronic navigation system Navmaster Professional to include the use of official ENC vector and CMap CM93 vector charts as well as Admiralty ARCS raster charts.

“Navmaster v5 has innovative new chart handling tools so that customers can use vector and raster charts in the same way”, said marketing director Anne Edmonds. “ A zoom box can be drawn over an Admiralty ARCS chart in exactly the same way as over a vector chart, with no loss of clarity. It is essential for our customers to be able to use official raster charts as the linking charts between areas covered by official ENC charts. This led us to re-think raster chart-handling, so that customers can move easily between raster and vector chart types using the same functionality.”
Other new features include being able to specify where vessel position is plotted on the chart e.g. for greater look-ahead rather than in chart centre, and (relevant to ARCS charts) being able to specify the overlap point at which Navmaster automatically switches to the next chart along the route.


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