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Seall adds risk assessment report

The Seall Passage Planner, now with colour-coded risk assessment reports The Seall Passage Planner, now with colour-coded risk assessment reports

Jargoon has announced that its Seall Passage Planner will now include a ‘colour coded risk assessment report’ feature.

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The e-navigation software is designed to overlay multiple data such as AIO or Navarea warnings directly on top of ENCs, in order to provide a range of navigational information to the mariner prior to and during a voyage. The colour coded risk assessment report will now be added to this list.

All risks in the report are identified and highlighted in the geographical order in which they occur. This means that the mariner can proceed along the planned course line and the colour code will offer a classification of the various risk types, as each colour represents a specific hazard.

This report can also be directly printed off as a hard copy and can be used as a part of the Seall passage planner note book.

"Handling the prepared data correctly is undoubtedly important as it directly links to mariners’ safety and the sea environment," said Jargoon's CEO, Des Neill.

"However, the amount of data that the mariner utilises in each voyage is enormous. Seall Passage Planner not only assists the officer in complying with the regulations optimally by going through built-in checklists but also enhances the risk assessment procedure in order to avoid accidents."

"We believe that this unique feature of Seall Passage Planner will be a great solution to back of bridge systems to complement your ECDIS."

The following options are available to be listed in the risk report: VTS (Vessel Traffic System); Environmental data; AIO; Nav Warnings; Mobile drilling Rig.

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