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GNS, SEALL Partner on ECDIS Tech

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Posted by Michelle Howard

GNS, a provider of maritime navigation solutions, and SEALL ECDIS Limited, the maritime software and ECDIS company, have announced a strategic partnership. Combining GNS's expertise in back of bridge navigation software and navigational data with SEALL's ECDIS and software development capability, the agreement will deliver more user-friendly solutions for today's increasingly digital bridge environment.
The initial area of focus for the new partnership is the launch of the touch technology SEALL ECDIS which introduces an entirely new user interface, using multi-touch technology display and pioneering software.
The SEALL operating system enables faster and easier access to critical navigation information and simplified front of bridge operations. The SEALL ECDIS introduces a unique combination of software power and simplicity never before seen in an ECDIS, making safety critical navigation tasks easier to complete.
The SEALL ECDIS and GNS's Voyager back of bridge data management and route planning software share the same underlying technology for handling digital chart data, enabling seamless flow of data, reducing duplication and rekeying and improving voyage planning and execution.
The SEALL ECDIS features a 24-inch full colour display, a full QWERTY soft keyboard and a simple and modern tablet style menu. Its Intel Core i7 Processor delivers powerful processing and its caching system enables ENCs to be loaded and displayed faster. Type Approved by DNV GL, the SEALL ECDIS is compatible with all commercial ENC services including AVCS and Primar products and is priced to make it affordable to shipping companies, including those wanting to retrofit a highly efficient and fully compliant solution.

Apr 18, 2017

 

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