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Friday, October 19, 2018

Sperry Marine Unveils Vision 2100 Aboard Sperry Star II

Calling the new Vision 2100 integrated bridge a real life example of defense conversion, Sperry Marine's President and CEO George A. Sawyer recently provided a sneak preview of the new system aboard the Sperry Star II in Washington, D.C. Mr. Sawyer explained that the system was developed for a class of U.S. Navy patrol boats, but the commercial applications were quickly seen.

Vision 2100 integrates the Navigation Planning Station, Conning Station, Radar/ ARPA, ECDIS, Docking display, engine room monitors and other equipment into a single, automated assembly which is shipped and installed as a prefabricated and tested unit.

The Vision 2100 VMS-VT design employs PC electronics, incorporating the userfriendly Windows based application software.

The VMS -VT includes complete ECDIS electronic chart capability compliant with IMO requirements and a "V window to display multiple user selectable display windows simultaneously superimposed on an ECDIS chart.

For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n o n S p e r r y M a r i n e 's V i s i o n 2 1 0 0 i n t e g r a t e a b r i d ge C i r c l e 1 4 3 on Reader Service C a rd


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