Our range of marine computers are designed for use on-board boats, ships and ferries. The main certifications for marine computers are DNV 2.4 and IEC 60945 which cover shock and vibration tolerance as well as environmental safety.
Marine computers you can trust in your vessel's bridge, control room and engine room.
The vessel's integrated navigational system, commonly known as the vessel's, improves the navigation and safety of the vessel through intelligent marine computing onboard. With real-time updates of crucial information, the INS greatly assists in vessel operation and decision making.
The control room is tasked with the control and monitoring of the vessel. At the heart of the control room are marine computers, which face the challenges of processing large volumes of data and ensuring system reliability. In addition, these marine PCs must support multiple independent displays to save on space and costs and must be solidly designed to withstand rough sea conditions.
An engine room is typically located in an unattended machinery space, commonly known as the vessel's UMS. The challenge these marine computers face is operation in harsh environments where dust, vibration, and constant high temperatures are present.
DNV 2.4 - DNV ‘Det Norske Veritas’ or ‘The Norwegian truth’, now merged with Germanischer Lloyd, is the world’s largest classification society concerned mostly with maritime and offshore environmental regulations. DNV 2.4 qualifies a system for safeguarding life on a vessel but also the offshore environment.
IEC 60945 - This is the International Electro-technical Commission standard for maritime navigation and communication equipment to be able to withstand the harsh environment and conditions of operating at sea.