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Polferries, Sup4Nav Ink Navdec system Deal

January 5, 2017

  • JakubKomers, Technical Director of Polferries (on the right) and Piotr Wołejsza, CEO of Sup4Nav, after signing agreement (photo Weronika Bulicz)Maritime University of Szczecin
  • Mf Wawel is the first ferry equipped with NAVDEC system (photo WeronikaBulicz).Maritime University of Szczecin
  • JakubKomers, Technical Director of Polferries (on the right) and Piotr Wołejsza, CEO of Sup4Nav, after signing agreement (photo Weronika Bulicz)Maritime University of Szczecin JakubKomers, Technical Director of Polferries (on the right) and Piotr Wołejsza, CEO of Sup4Nav, after signing agreement (photo Weronika Bulicz)Maritime University of Szczecin
  • Mf Wawel is the first ferry equipped with NAVDEC system (photo WeronikaBulicz).Maritime University of Szczecin Mf Wawel is the first ferry equipped with NAVDEC system (photo WeronikaBulicz).Maritime University of Szczecin

The Navdec system designed to improve safety of passengers and freight and aimed to support navigators in collision situations was tested on board the ferry m/f Wawel and m/f Mazovia in 2016. This invention will also be installed now on m/f Baltivia sailing from Świnoujście to Ystad. Polferries decided to equip all ferries with Navdec system to improve safety of passengers and freight. Accordingly, an agreement to this effect was signed between Polferries and Sup4Nav on 8th of December 2016 in Kołobrzeg.

The navigational decision support system NAVDEC is the first navigational tool worldwide that performs information functions as well as those typical of decision support systems. Its innovative functionalities significantly extending the performance of devices generally carried by ships, have now a status of patent applications filed at home and internationally.

The NAVDEC complements the navigational equipment of the ship. It is a real time system handled by the navigator. The system observes its ship and the environment and records information on the present navigational situation. On this basis the system identifies and assesses the navigational situation (processing) and works out solutions (decisions) assuring safe navigation.

 

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