VisionMaster FT Radar Information
The optional Dual Radar* integrates data from two scanners on a single radar display. The use of Dual Radar configuration eliminates blind arcs and enhances target detection, providing complete situational awareness and peace of mind. By combining inputs from separate radars, a 360-degree picture can be viewed to reveal nearby and far-off targets.
The VisionMaster FT Dual Radar gives you the ability to track targets from both independent radars in the usual way, with the inputs provided on a single screen for improved usability.
Key Benefits of the Dual Marine Radar:
No blind arc but 360-degree view on a single screen to enhance awareness and safety
Seamless overlap of 2 radars on a single radar display
Control up to two independent radars from a single screen
Track targets seamlessly across the two radars
Reduce operator workload with a seamless view from two radar heads
Any combination of X- and S-band antennas
Advanced Clutter Suppression
In the presence of sea or rain clutter, our VisionMaster FT Radar scanner features advanced clutter suppression technology that automatically detects small, weak targets without the need for adjusting controls.
Rather than manually acquiring targets, the ARPA scanners automatically and safely acquire and track targets at relative speeds up to 150 knots.
The VisionMaster FT Radar can display AIS targets and supports processing and display of AIS ATONS, Search & Rescue Craft, AIS SARTS, AIS Base Stations, safety messaging and AIS MKD.
An optional digital Interswitch allows the operator to display radar video from any scanner at any desired display. For improved user operation and flexibility, interswitching gives up to six transceivers and up to six displays
To reduce cost and time required for retrofit, our VisionMaster FT Radars are compatible with the BridgeMaster-E product line by partial hardware and software replacement.
Settings can be customized for different watch officers, with voyage plans and operating systems that can be saved and moved to different vessels, offering flexibility, control and safety.