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With years of experience, Pelig Ltd. has an international reputation as a reliable partner for navigation systems for the professional shipping and shipbuilding market. The product range comprises well-proven gyro compasses, adaptive autopilots, steering control systems, navigation radar, electronic sea charts (ECDIS), and highly customized Integrated Bridge and Navigation Systems (INS / IBS).
At Pelig Ltd. all projects are closely accompanied by project management, from project outline and specification of systems through project realization to setting in operation. The extended worldwide after sales service contributes to low operation costs through minimized vessel downtime, maximum on-time arrivals and reduced workload ashore.
Mandatory fitting of ECDIS onboard ships begain.
The legislation will be applied in a rolling timetable, phased by the vessels type and size, starting with new build passenger ships and tankers, but this will eventually apply to almost all large merchant vessels and passenger ships.
An Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) is a computer based Navigation System that complies with IMO Regulations, and can function as an alternative to paper charts.
The Automated decision aid integrates a variety of real-time information and is able to continuously determine a vessels position in relation to land, charted objects, navigation aids and unseen hazards.
An ECDIS Includes: Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC’s) and integrated position information from GPS and other Navigational sensors such as Radar, Depth Sounders, and automated identification systems (AIS). It may also display additional Navigation-related information such as sailing directions etc.
The ECDIS System MUST receive type approval, in order to give it legal compliance with the IMO Regulation.
1. A second “compliant” ECDIS must be independent of the main ‘primary’ ECDIS, and connected to the ships main power supply, emergency power supply, and to an independent position fixing system input. The back-up ECDIS must have the chart database and voyage plan loaded before commencement of the voyage. In confined waters the back-up arrangement must be in operational mode.
2/ An Electronic Charting System (ECS) proving a display for chart presentation for route monitoring of at least 270mm X 270mm and using ECDIS Software and official charts, which must be independent of the main ECDIS and connected to the ships main power supply, emergency power supply with at least 4x Hours duration, and to an independent position fixing system input. The back-up arrangements for ECDIS must have the chart database and voyage plan loaded before commencement of the voyage. In confined waters the ECS must be in operational mode
3/ A FULL Folio of paper charts that satisfies SOLAS carriage requirements, corrected to the latest available Notices to Mariners, covering the intended voyage and showing the intended voyage plan.
1. One of the most respected and reliable manufacturers in the maritime market
2. Highest Quality Equipment
3. Full Service Coverage and Spare Parts
4. Simply and Flexible Configuration
5. Easy Navigation of Software
6. Fully Compliant with IMO/ IHO Requirements
The JAN-901B is a newly developed multi-functional ECDIS. It is ergonomically designed to enhance the working environment and man/machine interfaces, providing continuous position and navigational safety information.
The new JAN-2000 is a high-performance and fully type approved ECDIS system with excellent on-screen menus, which will greatly shorten most users’ learning period.