Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 30 April 2019 – The Inland shipping department of JRC/Alphatron Marine cordially invites you to the Maritime Industry exhibition at booth L-103 in Gorinchem, the Netherlands. Just like previous years, JRC/Alphatron Marine shows its complete line of navigation and communication equipment for the European inland shipping industry. This year we will be presenting a number of novelties such as the AlphaRiverTrackPilot, the updated AlphaCam, Radarlink, JMA-610, MF-line and a new VHF in addition to the familiar products.
A true novelty that takes sailing on European inland waterways to the next level is the AlphaRiverTrackPilot. This river pilot is a fully automated course system for the inland segment which makes it possible to sail on a predefined line. The reviews of the ships that are already equipped with the AlphaRiverTrackPilot are very positive. Even in the most difficult parts of the river (such as between the mountains) the ship is able to sail automatically. Adjustments to the arithmetic model have made this possible.
If you are interested in the AlphaRiverTrackPilot and/or the renewed AlphaCam, Radarlink, JMA-610, MF-line and the new VHF, please visit the Maritime Industry exhibition from 7 to 9 May. Our sales and service team will be happy to provide you with information about the products and service that JRC/Alphatron Marine offers. Cindy Makor, Astrid Bakker, Daan van Schaik and Peter van Veen will be happy to welcome you at the stand.
Maritime Industry exhibition: 7 - 9 May 2019
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