ENC Production Fast & Easy Way Demo at HYDRO 12

Press Release
Friday, September 14, 2012

Germany's SevenCs to demonstrate Electronic Navigational Chart production & distribution at upcoming Rotterdam expo.

The features of the product mainly focus on easy data production and effective validation of ENCs for Hydrographic Offices, Waterway Authorities, Ports, Pilots or Navies.

With its new ENC Encryptor SevenCs is taking the usability of ENC data to the next level. Local ENC data can be safely distributed via permit protection without the need to provide data via a RENC. This way sensitive information can be protected and the use of up-to-date data is assured.


During the workshop (November 12, 2012 at 15:00 in the Sun Room of the "SS ROTTERDAM") SevenCs will demonstrate the products; attendants will be given the opportunity to directly contact the SevenCs product experts.

Bjoern Roehlich, SevenCs new sales director, states: "Although SevenCs is under new ownership since last year we will strongly stay in the hydrographic market with smart software solutions for the production of maritime digital charts and fill the gaps where extensive and inflexible workflows prevail"
 

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