Provide a smooth operating environment ensured by high-speed chart drawing.
• Conforming to the latest IMO performance standards with Marine Equipment Directive(MED) certification.
• Ensuring intuitive and easy-to-use display and operation performance reflecting professional user’s voices.
• Integrating route editing and route safety checking to support safer route plans.
• ECDIS type-specific training (TST) is provided by a variety of organizations around the world on behalf of JRC.
• Selectable screen size, 19-inch (SXGA) or 26-inch (WUXGA) as customer’s choice.
Sophisticated user interface
The ECDIS JAN-7201S/9201S incorporates a new user interface (named jGUI) for an intuitive, easy-to-use, simple menu system based on the display of icons. This interface always displays critical data in fixed positions on the screen while icon-based menu display informs users of corresponding functions straightaway. Furthermore,target tracking (TT) and AIS symbols feature pop-up displays while mouseover on the target showing their main data at a glance.
Route editing and safety checking
JRC’s new ECDIS JAN 7201S/9201S has integrated route editing, which was conventionally divided into two segments, i.e., graphics input and numeric table input areas, into one.
Waypoints, if specified, on a navigational chart are immediately quantified and added to the numeric editing table, and the numeric data on the waypoints that is input into the editing table is immediately reflected on the navigational chart.
Up to four routes can be edited at the same time, and a portion cut out of any route can be combined and the routes can be all or partly replaced or edited.
Furthermore, a safety check on edited route data is possible with a click of a button.
Detected error information items, if any, are listed and displayed, and the corresponding route portions are highlighted in the chart and table, which can be confirmed at a glance to take remedial measures.
Regulations and major specifications
This equipment conforms to the requirements set out in the IMO’s resolution MSC.191 (79) for display-related voyage information adopted in December 2004 and the IMO Resolution MSC.232 (82) for ECDIS performance standards adopted in December 2006. Other specifications of the ECDIS are shown below.
•Electronic chart display function : IEC 61174
•Display-related voyage information : IEC 62288