JRC and Alphatron Marine are pleased to welcome you at Posidonia where will be previewing some of the world’s most technologically advanced marine electronics available today. Remote assistance is an important concept to the maritime industry, therefore we have implemented “Supported sailing” within the roots of our organization. With our new support center, we are able to fully support ships from the shore, such as remote diagnostics, route and weather planning.
We also will introduce the future generation NeCST route planning station. This interactive chart system allows you to easily plan routes on a 46-inch touchscreen which is connected with the ECDIS to transfer your route onboard.
Other products not to miss is the new 5-inch touch screen-controlled VHF radio, featuring an uniform, corporate design with manual-free operation. The next generation JMR-5400 radar with 19-inch or 26-inch screens featuring a new keyboard design and a vibrant and trusted user interface that takes full advantage of its processing technology. Our new adaptive autopilot which features a 5-inch touch display with the hardware and software based on our uniform product philosophy, creating a consistent bridge and operational approach.
Meet us at stand 1.205
Maritime Industry: 4-8 June 2018
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