Adveto to Upgrade, Support 26 Passenger Catamarans

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, November 18, 2013
Tyrving is one of the 26 HSC passenger catamarans to be upgraded. Photo Adveto

Swedish Adveto has through its distributor Westronic in Bergen secured an order consisting of software and ECDIS-kernel upgrade and new continuous 36 month support for 26 High Speed Crafts (HSC) passenger catamarans. The customer is Norled, the HSC operator in Norway.

“Westronic started to work with Adveto´s ECDIS many years ago,” said Arild Mathiessen, Sales & Project Engineer at Westronic AS in Bergen. “ECDIS-4000 from Adveto has features like multi routes, advanced predictors, the alternative night presentation and download of PRIMAR charts and chart updates over Internet directly into the ECDIS. This makes Adveto ECDIS an ideal system for HSC operation.”

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