Radio Holland and Furuno Neighbours at Europort

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Radio Holland will be found at Europort Maritime conveniently next to the door to Hall 1 and adjacent to marine communications equipment manufacturer Furuno . At Europort Radio Holland will focus on new developments in products and services they can provide.

The newest compact 12.1in high resolution, multi-colour portrait LCD Furuno FR8062 marine radar will be on hand as part of a complete deepsea radar range.

The IniMACS BlueLine bridge features three screens and is approved for Dutch flag commercial vessels. It is a compact, modular set up digital integrated bridge intended for shortsea and smaller commercial craft.

The Radio Holland stand will also attract attention with a Transas Full Mission Ships Handling Simulator, offering visitors a chance to have a go. This integrated navigational simulator enables all aspects of navigator and pilot training to be carried out, including ship control and manoeuvring, organisation of the navigation watch, radar surveillance and plotting, ARPA and ECDIS operation, VTS operator training and SAR operations.

Among many other products on show will be the Furuno FA150 Class A Universal Automatic Identification System transponder, a new product designed to improve navigational safety. The FA-150 offers real time information exchange with other AIS equipped ships or coastal stations within VHF coverage.

MJ Information No: 21174

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