ECDIS and Radar Systems
Transas type-approved ECDIS and Radar Systems
Transas is world-leader within the maritime industry on ECDIS equipment, Marine Simulation for naval academies, training institutes and on complete VTS-Solutions. The company was established in 1991 and has now approx. 2.000 employees world-wide.
In Denmark the Skagen Skipper School has installed Transas Full Mission Simulators on Navigation and DP.
Vessel Traffic Systems, in Denmark recently supplied for Dong Energy's Offshore wind farm at Anholt.
In Denmark the Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS has been supplied to most Danish owners, also the Transas Navi-Radar 4000 Series has been installed on a number of vessels (X-band and S-band radars).
There is an established Transas World-Wide Network of service stations and spare parts centers, and on training of navigator, Transas can offer a wide variety of ECDIS training courses.
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. Using a Standalone ECDIS requires a full paper chart collection in use as a backup arrangement to fulfill the carriage requirements.
A 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.
Navi-Radar 4000 uniquely combines radar information, navigational charts, ENC safety parameters, targets, user-maps, routes and tools for decision support, which all ensure safer navigation.
With Navi-Radar 4000, chart layers can be individually configured, avoiding a cluttered radar display.