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Nautisk to bundle free ENCs with new services

Nautisk has confirmed that it will offer electronic navigational charts (ENCs) free of charge to customers purchasing a new digital voyage planning package consisting of its NaviPlanner and NaviTab services.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}“Nautisk has moved from being a traditional paper chart agent to a world-leading software house at record speed, providing the shipping community with cutting edge solutions for maritime navigation,” said Thomas Fjeld, CEO at Nautisk.

“By offering ENCs free of charge to customers of NaviPlanner and NaviTab, we are pushing ourselves and the wider industry to develop even better solutions for the end user. Data intelligence and the use of analytics through technology is the future and companies like Nautisk have a large part to play.”

NaviPlanner is Nautisk’s most recently launched technology product, an integrated voyage planning system which utilises touch-screen functionality and uses Cloud technology based on the Microsoft Azure platform.

“NaviPlanner is designed to make the operational task of planning and managing voyages a simpler, more effective process, from start to finish,” said Kjetil Bentsen, head of Nautisk’s product development and technical team.

“Using compliant navigational chart data and digital publications, NaviPlanner allows bridge officers and shore-based staff to utilise the latest in navigation technology whilst being assured that all data is up to date and compliant. Using Big Data, crowdsourcing and machine learning we are able to create the most innovative voyage planner to date.”

“Because it uses touch screen, NaviPlanner is intuitive to use and easy to operate, working much like Google maps or Bing to allow access to critical navigational data as well as additional information including weather, piracy and NavArea Warnings.”{/mprestriction}

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