Transas Releases new 4-level ECDIS Concept

(Press Release)
Friday, January 13, 2012

The Transas Marine 4-level ECDIS concept is designed to provide an IMO compliant solution for the shipping companies. The new range of product packages Standard, Standard+, Premium and Premium+, features Transas well renowned Navi-Sailor software with the best technology applied through all systems. From the entry-level Standard ECDIS to the Premium+ advanced ECDIS Multifunction Display, they all include a carefully selected standard features with an extensive range of additional options. Anders Rydlinger, Transas Marine Product Development Director says: "This concept is truly unique. Our objective is to provide a solution to the market where a "Standard" system features the best available quality and at the same time is user-friendly and cost-efficient. On another side, there are shipping companies which want to utilize a comprehensive technology going beyond IMO requirements. With our new 4-level concept we cover all market requirements". 

Transas Marine has the biggest ECDIS background in the maritime industry. From the very first Electronic Chart System in 1990 to the latest 5th generation ECDIS, today Transas introduces the most comprehensive ECDIS solutions including official data supply, service support and training through company's global network. 
 
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