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29Mar New ECDIS NX Compact by Raytheon Anschutz

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TNL presents the NEW GENERATION Raytheon Anschutz ECDIS NX Compact. The new ECDIS NX is an advanced Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) in a modern, state-of-the-art design. ECDIS NX was designed from scratch under continuous user participation, making ECDIS NX the world’s first user-defined ECDIS.

 

ECDIS NX is based on consistent user interfaces and human-centered operation concepts. Thanks to an unparalleled intuitiveness, ECDIS NX effectively supports users and contributes to safe ECDIS operation and navigation.

 

With the ECDIS NX Compact, Raytheon Anschütz presents a cost-effective, future-proof "plug & play" ECDIS for any type of commercial ship. With Nav Command Table a new solution is available for submarines and other ships to replace the traditional paper charts by continuously providing navigational information on an electronic chart (ECDIS) visualized on a 46” table display.

 

 

Intuitive to operate thanks to a modern, clear structured UI.

  • Multi-touch and intuitive interaction patterns like point-to-chart, drag and drop or retractable panels
  • Quick access bar and wizard guided workflows for standard use cases
  • Embedded online user manual and free online type-specific ECDIS training

 

Ready for future: modular features and compliance with standards.

  • Future-proof hardware and operating system
  • Ongoing software compliance (e.g. new ECDIS test standards, such as S-100)
  • Growing scope of modular features, easy to update
  • Global service network in case you need help

 

Reliability right from the beginning, and reduced cost and efforts.

  • “Plug & play”: total installation time is about one hour
  • Software installation and update is done via USB, supported through Wizard
  • Four standard configurations prepared and selectable during installation
  • Hardware installation and cabling follows standard procedures

 

Better situational awareness, less workload, ongoing compliance.

  • Smart tools for voyage management, such as Wizard based route planning
  • ETA calculation and speed of advance (SOA) for individual waypoints
  • Graphical editing of routes, supported through intuitive interaction patterns
  • Editable look ahead zones for anticollision, route monitoring and anti-grounding
  • Filtering tools to reduce unnecessary alarms
  • Support of Admiralty Information Overlay (AIO)