New Version of Electronic Navigation Chart 'Analyzer'

Press Release
Thursday, April 18, 2013

The new version Analyzer 3.1 software, by SevenCs & L-3 Oceania, now offers improved user handling & new functionalities.

The providers say that this is the market leading validation tool and is constantly being advanced to keep up with the latest official standards and user requirements.


The setting dialogue now allows one custom rules set to be shared between multiple instances of ENC Analyzer, running on different machines. Included are editable tolerances to allow the user to set the precision for a range of checks. In addition, ENC Analyzer provides the option to include/exclude the validation of the UOC 3.0.0 SCAMIN policy. Regarding standards compliance, Analyzer 3.1 now supports the latest edition 3.0 AML product specification, as well as the latest product specifications for Inland ENCs, eds. 2.2 and 2.3.


With the latest release of the Analyzer the optional HVC module received some major improvements. The HVC module performs horizontal and vertical consistency validation based on S-65 – (Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) Production Guidance, ed. 1.2.) and allows the producer to check for the consistent encoding of features between adjoining cells and overlapping cells of different scale bands.

Bjoern Roehlich, Sales Director of SevenCs, says: “The all new Analyzer is again a benchmark in ENC validation. Our long experience and the constant improvement of the product during the past ten years is the reason why we now have a market share of more than 80%.”
 

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