France. Transas to demonstrate ECDIS’ breakthrough at Euronaval 2006 Print E-mail
Friday, 20 October 2006
Exhibition news:

Transas Europe GmbH will take part in Euronaval 2006 exhibition, which is now one of the leading international trade fairs for naval defense. During the show Transas will demonstrate its up-to-date Navi-Sailor 3100 ECDIS, the first one in the world to have been adapted to naval needs. This product results from Transas’ long standing experience in the field of marine navigational systems, software and electronic vector cartography, and is capable of meeting the demands and requirements of the professional navigator.

Last year Transas Europe GmbH became the part of the winning team to supply a new suite of Navigation systems to the entire German Navy fleet. The new Navigation suite for almost 100 ships consists of new Transas Navi-Sailor 3100 ECDIS, Navigational ARPA Radars, supplied by Sperry Marine BV and (U)AIS-Transponders of Saab Transpondertech AB.

Transas Europe acts as a major system supplier and delivers its Navi-Sailor 3000 series with specific requested naval features including AML (Additional Military Layers), AIS Transponders with Secure Link capabilities and major technical support and training package to its Prime. The Navi-Sailor 3100 ECDIS including Radar-Overlay and enhanced AIS control capabilities, is installed fleet wide in newly designed Multi-Functional Workstation consoles.

The usability and the effectiveness of Transas navigational products were proved by the customers, among which are the first-rate shipbuilding companies and shipowners. So the company is sure, that the Transas ECDIS, which meets all the requirements of modern era, will attract most of Euronaval 2006 visitors.

Euronaval's 20th event will be held at the Paris-Le-Bourget exhibition center from 23 to 27 October 2006, under the joint auspices of the French Ministry of Defense, and Ministry of Equipment, Transport and Sea. Join us at booth D5 in German Pavilion.
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