SevenCs to Unveil 'The Electronic Chart Table'

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

September 8, 2014

Routing guide image courtesy of UKHO

Routing guide image courtesy of UKHO

Inspired by more than 20 years of ECDIS experience and user feedback from officers all around the world, SevenCs says it is presenting “The Best of Two Worlds” – The Electronic Chart Table.

Utilizing a touch screen varying from 46 to 75 inches, the crew on board can finally use an overview chart just as if it were the paper equivalent.

Easy to use software, based on an ECDIS Kernel, allows detailed and compliant presentation of S-57 ENCs.

The software was specifically designed for touch screen operation and has successfully been tested by navigators, captains and pilots worldwide.

The prototype touch screen navigation software can be adapted in design, functions and features to meet exactly the particular client’s needs and integrate smoothly into a new bridge design.

With this unique showcase, SevenCs is addressing exclusive new build and retrofit projects in the field of professional yachting, defense customers and OEM partners looking for a replacement of their current navigation application.

SevenCs plan to lift the curtain on the 'Electronic Chart Table' at the upcoming SMM, SEP 9th in hall B6 booth 223.

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