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Navmaster® AIS Viewer

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PC-based traffic monitoring system Navmaster AIS Viewer is a software application which provides a graphic display of AIS targets on electronic charts. It can be supplied as software only for the user to connect to existing AIS equipment, or as a complete low-cost solution packaged with UAIS receiver, antenna and all cabling necessary for a fully self-contained system. Designed for small and medium-sized ports, Navmaster AIS Viewer is user-friendly and simple to self-install. Passenger ferry MV Pont-Aven Millbay Docks, Plymouth. Navmaster AIS Viewer allows ports and traffic monitoring operations to Identify vessels Assist target tracking Simplify information exchange Provide information to assist collision avoidance Main Functions M Monitoring & identification of ships and other navigation objects in coastal waters from shoreside Btf Monitoring & identification of ships and other navigation objects in the vicinity of an offshore ttt Generation of alarms and notification messages in accordance with pre-set criteria M Interface to radar for a comprehensive presentation Optional Extra Function Continuous recording of traffic situation data for

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Navmaster AIS Viewer main features: Unlimited target display t Information filtering between Static, Dynamic and Voyage data t Automatic or manual target activation t Target tracking table t Quick View button to display selected text labels for user-defined time period t GoTo button to display best chart for selected target t Option to display true scale target outline with transparent or solid fill I Target text labels include name, call sign, MMSI No, position, COG, SOG, heading, RoT, ship type, ETA Î Use of latest harmonised symbology conforming to t Compatibility with ENC, ARCS,...

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