A New View In Bridge Design

Tuesday, December 07, 1999
Introduced for the first time at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show and exhibited for the first time at Europort, Kelvin Hughes' new MANTA Integrated Bridge System offers vessel owners a unique new look in bridge design. Developed in consultation with one of the world's premier SuperYacht designers, Jon Bannenberg, the system uses flat screen technology with a space saving and ergonomic design. The system's "At Sea" mode entails the units five displays operating as multi-functional, interchangeable Radar, ECDIS, Conning Display, Collision Assessment and Avoidance System and a Alarm Monitoring and Control/Communications system. In "Harbor" mode, the displays can be used for general ship's monitoring and control functions, such as power management, bilge, fuel and water tank control, fierce detection and air-conditioning.

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