To ensure vessels meet the IMO ECDIS mandatory fit requirements is the daunting task facing shipowners and managers. These are some of the questions that will need to be addressed.
Do we need single, double, triple installations and how will this work with the current bridge layouts?
How do I order? How does the update service work? What type of data do I require to meet regulations?
What are the types of training requirements? How do new crew keep up to date with the systems installed?
What if there is a new ECDIS standard in future years? What happens about warranty?
The Total ECDIS Solution is the answer to all of these questions.
The hardware is manufactured in-house and is supplied with Navmaster ECDIS software. The result is a system type approved by DNV, GL, CCS, and is also wheelmarked. The modular hardware provides a flexible solution with console mount, desk top mount or pedestal mount installations. Installation and system commissioning is carried out by a global network of fully trained engineers. Standard hardware specifications suit most existing bridge layouts:
As a world leading chart agent, Lilley & Gillie and DPM can provide the Admiralty AVCS and E Navigator service. AVCS offers the widest coverage of official ENC data currently on the market. Flexible purchase and licence terms are available for ENCs together with onboard software. This allows vessels to manage and purchase additional charts whenever needed. At present chart update services are influenced by each vessels communications package. However, to suit all vessel types, packages from weekly CDs by mail through to full online updates are available.
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