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Integrated Bridge Systems Vol 1: Radar and AIS

Integrated Bridge Systems Vol 1: Radar and AIS

Product Code :
0307
ISBN :
978 1 870077 95 8
Year Published :
2008
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From 2008 all new radars were required to display AIS information, and this book looks at the implications of integrating these functions. It explains how radar and AIS systems can be better integrated with overlay and underlay displays, to assist with decision making on board. Benefits and drawbacks are evaluated. It covers the basic principles of both radar and AIS and discusses new developments in radar technology about which the industry needs to be aware.

“As a master mariner who graduated in the early 1990s, I feel that the two Integrated Bridge Systems books, Radar and AIS and ECDIS and Positioning, are very interesting and instructive. I have been searching for books like this for years. During my education, GPS was in its infancy and AIS and ECDIS were not in the syllabus at all. This has resulted in gaps in my knowledge and I’m very happy plugging those gaps by reading these books.”
Robert Bodin, Kullavik, Sweden

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