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New Integrated Navigation System


New Integrated Navigation System

Transas has recently introduced an Integrated Navigation System, Navi-Bridge 3000, which represents a combination of navigational aids. It allows data from all the sensors to be collected, processed and integrated on the same platform from where this information is further distributed to all the components of the system. Such integration enables the system to provide the user with timely accurate and complete data. The basic functions of Navi-Bridge comprise the common navigational Alarm and Indication system, and synchronisation of the data from different system components, including ECDIS, Radar and Conning stations.

All navigational information, including speed, heading, position, time, depth, alarm and warnings can be represented on the same source that essentially simplifies the watch officerís task of planning, monitoring and controlling the progress of the vessel, and significantly contributes to the safety of navigation. Transas Navi-Bridge 3000 features a flexible configuration, which allows the system to be adapted to the userís requirements.


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