NGM Energy Switches to Voyager

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
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It is announced today that NGM Energy, Greece, has selected Thomas Gunn’s Voyager Chart Management Service to manage paper and digital chart updating on all 16 vessels in its fleet. It is also taking advantage of Thomas Gunn’s outfit management service (OMS) for the automated supply of paper charts.

Voyager is a fully automated onboard chart management system which provides the mariner with a personalized database of charts, publications and Notices to Mariners (NMs) organized in a convenient folio system. New Voyager 4 enables bridge personnel to manage all their navigational information through a single service that, for the first time, includes NAVAREA warnings as well as new route planning functionality that makes identification of the charts, publications and updates required for a voyage even easier and more efficient.

Voyager 4 was released into the market in May 2013 following worldwide sea trials and is available now to trial and buy from Global Navigation Solutions companies and distributors worldwide.

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