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Electronic Nautical Charts (ENC)

 

Electronic navigational charts, which use computer software and electronic databases to provide navigation information, can replace paper charts, in some cases...”

( National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2012)

 

Electronic Navigation charts (ENC) is a form of vector charts that include all information digital standard structure databases, content which meet S57 standard of International Hydrographic Organization (IHO). It is produced and published by National Hydrographic Organization. Electronic navigation charts contain not only necessary informations but also additional detail (compared to paper nautical chart) to enhance maritime safety operators and allow mariners control their ship conveniently. All of those information and maps are displayed on a computer screen.

There are two types of electronic chart: raster charts and vector charts

1>  Raster chart of Admiralty

ARCS - Raster charts are exact digital copies of the world-leading BA paper charts. All ARCS charts have the same familiar appearance and use the same internationally recognised symbology as the Admiralty paper chart series. This familiarity, combined with accurate satellite positioning in an ECS or ECDIS navigation system, improves situational awareness and helps crews to understand critical information at moments of peak workload and pressure. And this brings confidence and calm to the bridge.

2> Vector chart of Admiralty

Admiralty Vector Chart System (AVCS) is the most comprehensive, official, digital maritime chart service in the world; with over 12,500 Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) from hydrographic offices around the world, packaged and quality assured by the UKHO into a single value-added service. Using AVCS, customers will be always satisfied with their safe maritime operations.

 

Inmatech Corporation are now UKHO digital distributor with non-stop ability supply eletronic products from Admiralty includes AVCS and ARCS.

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e-Nautical Publications of Admiralty

e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) are electronic versions of official ADMIRALTY Nautical publications. Easy to use and update, they bring improved efficiency, accuracy and access to information bridge crews need.

·         ​​Weekly Notices to Mariners added accurately in seconds to ensure ongoing safety and compliance.​

·         Simple search functionality for easier access to important planning information.​

·         Approved for use by the Flag States of over three quarters of ships trading internationally, with clear display of NM updates to aid inspections.​

·         86 official ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications available in an electronic format. The range includes Sailing Directions, the Mariner’s Handbook and many more.

Fast and accurate NM updates

e-NPs are updatable, electronic versions of official ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications such as Sailing Directions and the Nautical Almanac. This means that bridge crews can download and apply electronic weekly Notices to Mariners (NMs) updates to publications in just a few seconds every week, improving efficiency and accuracy on board during passage planning tasks.

Easier access to important information

Simple search functionality gives users quick access to important planning information. The e-Reader snapshot functionality also helps bridge crews to view, save and print e-NP pages as well as any applicable NMs and addendums, which can be used to support passage planning.​ Do you want to see e-NPs in action? Our product demonstration film shows you how easy it is to update e-Nautical Publications when compared to traditional, paper publications 

Carriage compliance

e-NPs are designed to meet SOLAS carriage requirements, contain the same official information as their paper equivalents, and have been approved by the Flag States of over three quarters of ships trading internationally. e-NPs can also aid inspections by clearly showing when a publication was last updated with weekly NMs.

Bridge crews can download and apply electronic weekly Notices to Mariners (NMs) updates to publications in just a few seconds every week. Pages can then be saved and printed for use in passage plans

 A growing list of e-Nautical Publications

The expanding range of e-NPs currently includes 86 electronic versions of official ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications. Simply click on a link to find out​ more about each publication.

Sailing Directions​​​

The Mariner’s Handbook (NP100)​

The Nautical Almanac (NP314)​​

ADMIRALTY Guide to the practical use of ENCs (NP231)​​

ADMIRALTY Guide to ENC symbols used in ECDIS (NP5012)​​​

ADMIRALTY Guide to ECDIS implementation, policy and procedures (NP232)

How to Keep your ADMIRALTY Products up-to-date (NP294)​

Cumulative List of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners​

Ocean passages for the world (NP136)​​

IALA Maritime Buoyage System (NP735)​​

Symbols and Abbreviations Used on ADMIRALTY charts (NP5011)​

Annual Summary of ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariner​​s

e-Nautical Publications are available to use on ADMIRALTY gateway. This  single easy-to-use platform helps bridge crews to simplify ordering, updating, viewing and reporting tasks across a range of ADMIRALTY Maritime Products & Services.

 Here to help

Once you’ve chosen e-NPs we can offer you guidance to help you get the most from the service. Support items include installation guides and YouTube tutorials, with further support available from chart agents and our in-house customer service team.

 Available around the world

We distribute our products through a global network of experienced and trusted ADMIRALTY Chart Agents. If you are interested in finding out more about e-NPs, please contact your preferred chart agent directly or visit the find a chart agent page to locate your closest distributor.

Admiralty Digital Publications

ADP - Computer-based versions of the UKHO's market-leading, paper-based nautical reference guides. Widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements, they give bridge crews faster, accurate updates and easier access to the information they need.

Each ADP application is approved for use by the Flag states of over three quarters of ships trading internationally. This means ongoing compliance for your ships, cargo and crew when operating under these Flag states.

ADMIRALTY Digital List of Lights

Part of the ADMIRALTY Digital Publication (ADP) range, ADLL contains all the detail of its paper equivalents, with the added convenience of fast, accurate weekly updates and simple searching of information. These important features can save bridge crews time and reduce the risk of human error. 

Key features of ADLL include:

·         Electronic Notices to Mariner updates and information search, giving greater efficiency, faster updating and more flexible information access

·         Global coverage to enable safe and compliant navigation through major commercial shipping routes and ports

·         Approved for use by the Flag States of over three quarters of ships trading internationally, with certification to aid inspections

 Here ​to help

Once you’ve chosen ADLL, we can offer you guidance to help you get the best from the service. Support items include installation guides and YouTube tutorials, with further support available from chart agents and our in-house customer service team.

 Available around the world

We distribute our products through a global network of experienced and trusted ADMIRALTY Chart Agents. If you are interested in finding out more about ADLL, please contact your preferred chart agent or visit the find a chart agent page to locate your closest distributor.

ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals

ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals aids ongoing safety, security and compliance by helping bridge crews to manage communications and meet reporting regulations.

Part of the ADMIRALTY Digital Publication (ADP) range, each ADRS volume contains all the detail of its paper equivalents, with the added convenience of fast, accurate weekly updates and simple searching of information. These important features can save bridge crews time and reduce the risk of human error. 

Sold separately, the ADRS range includes:

·         ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals Volumes 1, 3, 4, 5 (ADRS 1, 3, 4, 5) - radio communication details for Maritime Radio and Meteorological Observation Stations, Maritime Safety Information Services and GMDSS.

·         ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals Volume 2 (ADRS 2) - a range of compliant, digital positional and time keeping references that aid the calculations of positions and times worldwide.

·         ADMIRALTY Radio Signals Volume 6 (ADRS 6) - essential information for 3,600 service locations worldwide, including detailed pilot, Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) and port information.

​​Here to help

Once you’ve chosen ADRS we can offer you guidance to help you get the most from the service. Support items include installation guides and YouTube tutorials, with further support available from ADMIRALTY Chart Agents and our in-house customer service team.

 Available around the world

We distribute our products through a global network of experienced and trusted ADMIRALTY Chart Agents. If you are interested in finding out more about each ADRS application, please contact your preferred chart agent or visit the find a chart agent page to locate your closest distributor.

ADMIRALTY TotalTide

ADMIRALTY TotalTide (ATT) is the world's most comprehensive tidal prediction program, providing bridge crews with fast, accurate tidal height and tidal stream predictions for more than 7,000 ports and 3,000 tidal streams worldwide.

  Key features of ATT include:​​

·         ​​​Accurate instant tidal predictions, reducing the risk of human error and providing bridge crews with an easy means of viewing both under-keel and safe overhead clearances

·         Approved for use by the Flag States of over three quarters of ships trading internationally, with certification to aid inspections

Here to help

Once you’ve chosen ATT we can offer you guidance to help you get the most from the service. Support items include installation guides and YouTube tutorials, with further support available from chart agents and our in-house customer service team.

Available around the world

We distribute our products through a global network of experienced and trusted ADMIRALTY Chart Agents. If you are interested in finding out more about ATT, please contact your preferred chart agent or visit the find a chart agent page to locate your closest distributor.

Electronic Chart Display & Information System (ECDIS)

Navmaster ECDIS is a well-established Electronic Chart Display and Information System, incorporating the input of many navigators. Designed to deliver clear functionality and ease of use in a familiar MS Windows environment, Navmaster ECDIS provides for traditional navigation skills in a modern software application.

Key benefits

  • Advanced route planning & plan documentation
  • GPS, Gyro, speed log, AIS, ARPA, heading, depth, wind as standard
  • Easy chart install & updating via email or internet
  • Onscreen access to all main commands
  • Admiralty AIO, TotalTide & e-Navigator compatible
  • Voyage data replay for incident analysis & training
  • Autopilot control
  • Type-specific Training & Certification onboard
  • Radar image overlay unit - simple to retro-fit
  • Remote diagnostics
  • Pay As You Sail
  • Single ECDIS can be upgraded to dual via network cable
  • Weather information / weather routing.

Navmaster ECDIS works with all official electronic charts ENC, CM-ENC, AVCS, ARCS, C-Map Pro/Pro+, AUS-RNC.

TGT e-Data: automated and editable onboard chart management system

VOYAGER - onboard navigation software solution

VOYAGER is an onboard navigation software solution. It improves navigational efficiency by providing faster access to the navigational information vessels need and enabling them manage it more effectively. And it also detects potential navigation compliance issues and downloads chart and publication updates directly to vessels to help protect against observations and deficiencies.
Reliable, resilient and easy to deploy, install and use VOYAGER is a very efficient solution for managing navigational data and compliance onboard.
VOYAGER works with other market leading software like Meteo Group SPOS, Applied Weather Technologies Bon Voyage weather routing and A2BviaC distance tables to enable improved route planning and fuel efficiency. And its fully compatible with all major ECDIS.
VOYAGER is designed, developed and supported by experienced mariners for mariners. It is completely modular and can be tailored to meet the needs of individual shipping companies. You choose how you use VOYAGER to navigate your way.
A better way to get to where you’re going
Because Voyager is designed by mariners for mariners, it’s the easier way to manage navigational information and compliance. With all your tasks on one page and our most intuitive interface yet, no other navigation management software is as simple to use or as efficient.
Designed to be easy to use
Everything in Voyager been streamlined and simplified. You can plan routes, manage your chart inventory, get updates and a whole host of other everyday (and not so every day) tasks. All in just a few clicks.
Software that works for you
 
Voyager reminds you when you need to update your charts and publications and works with you to plan the most fuel efficient route making navigation compliance, ordering and route planning more intuitive and more efficient than ever before.
Peace of mind as standard
 
Voyager onboard software also works with our web based Voyager Management Service (VMS) to give shore based teams full visibility of vessel inventories and correction logs and help you ensure the fleet is compliant and ready for inspection at all times. Giving you one less thing to think about.
Shipping isn’t 9am to 5pm, and neither are we.
Because you operate globally 24/7, so do we. Our strategically-located customer service and support centres provide the help you and your vessels need no matter where you are in the world. 24/7/356.
Free software for your training centre
As a Voyager customer, you’ll also benefit from free copies of Voyager software for your training academies to familiarise officers and train cadets with the very latest planning software applications and professional navigation practices.
It’s easy to get started with Voyager
Voyager Essentials
If you want to manage your inventory, view our product catalogue, plan routes and view ENCs and AIO, Voyager Essentials will help you to achieve all of that and more.
Voyager Updating Packages
Voyager Updating packages do everything that Essentials offers plus they enable you keep navigational products up-to-date. Choose from paper only, paper and digital, paperless and AVCS ENC-only options.
Added Value Applications
If you’re looking to improve your efficiency even further, we’ve teamed up with expert providers of weather routing, distance tables, US waters specific titles, piracy and port information to help you optimise your voyage. Just choose the applications that you want and need and get started.
Voyager Essentials 
Product catalogue, Inventory Manager, Route Planner, ENC and AIO viewer, Voyager Instant Permit and link to VMS ashore. 
Updating packages 
AVCS ENC only 
Paper only – including Admiralty NtMs, Tracings, Navarea Warnings and the Annual Summary and Cumulative NtMs. 
Paper and digital – the updates you need to sail with a mix of paper and digital charts and publications. Includes Admiralty NtMs and Tracings, ENC and ADP updates and Navarea Warnings
“Paperless” – for those vessels navigating with ENCs but still carrying small numbers of paper charts or publications on board. Includes ENC and ADP updates plus Admiralty NtMs and Navarea Warnings 

 

Nautical Charts

Nautical charts are not only essential tools for marine navigation but also one of the required publications according to SOLAS – “Safe of life at see”. Depending on the scale of the chart, it may show depths of water and heights of land (topographic map), natural features of the seabed, details of the coastline, navigational hazards, locations of natural and human-made aids to navigation, information on tides and currents, local details of the Earth's magnetic field, and human-made structures such as harbours, buildings and bridges.

The nautical charts are printed on large sheets of paper at the variety of scale. We recommend you some of prestige supplier of nautical charts:

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British Admiralty Charts

Admiralty standard nautical charts comply with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations and are ideal for professional, commercial and recreational use. Charts within the series consist of a range of scales, useful for passage planning, ocean crossings, coastal navigation and entering port. 

Mariners should always use the largest scale nautical chart appropriate to their needs. In particularly busy seaways such as the English Channel, Gulf of Suez and the Malacca and Singapore Straits, the standard nautical charts are supplemented by mariners' routeing guides which provide advice on route planning in these complex areas.

Australian charts

The Australian charts are produced by the Australian Hydrographic Service (AHS). The Australian Hydrographic Service (AHS) is Australia's national hydrographic authority and the Commonwealth Government agency responsible for the publication of official nautical charts and other information required for the safety of ships navigating in Australian waters. It publishes Australia's official paper and electronic navigation charts and publications comply with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations.

American charts (NOAA)

American charts are produced by The Office Coast Survey – OCS. OCS is a part of NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOAA provides navigation products and services that ensure safe and efficient maritime commerce on America’s oceans and coastal waters, and in the Great Lakes.

Japanese charts

Japanese official paper charts are published by the Japan Coast Guard (JCG). Japanese Charts are built primarily on the Mercator projection.

Vietnamese charts

Vietnamese nautical charts published by Vietnam people’s navy. Vietnam Charts are based on the old measurement data which is updated by Vietnam Maritime Safety Corporation.

Nautical Publications

Publications catalogue collect all information about maritime charts and publications to help mariner update them in time. You can easily find publications you needs by viewing this catalogue.    The catalogue is revised and republished on 1stDecember every year by United Kingdom Hydrographic Office with code NP 131.

Inmatech Corporation offer official nautical publications, including international manual or instruction, guides for mariners and any other necessary publications, such as sailing directions, tidal publications, list of lights, list of radio signals,... in either paper or digital format and those officially approved paper charts from the most prestigious publishers in the world, with reasonable prices, and in a timely and satisfactory manner.

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Maritime Navigation System

As mariners are placing more and more emphasis on safety (following the SOLAS regulations), it’s increasingly challenged for manufacturers and distributors of electronic navigation and communication system to provide the best technological solutions (Maritime Activity Reports, Inc., 2015).

In the past, the seamen using celestial navigation only rely on visual acuity. As the years went by, the store of navigation instruments could be widened with a compass, surveying compass, chronometer, etc (Marine Industry of Russia, 2010).

Inmatech provide the best marine navigation and communication equipments and systems, from the world’s leading companies. We offer all the GPS, AIS, RADAR, ECHO SOUNDER, GYRO COMPASS, VHF, MF/HF,... equipments with 24/7 customer support.

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After many effort and try, Imatech is one of the reputable companies that provide equipment Marine reputable. Currently, Inmatech are providing many kinds of specialized equipment on board, such as:

After many effort and try, Imatech is one of the reputable companies that provide equipment Marine reputable. Currently, Inmatech are providing many kinds of specialized equipment on board, such as:

ECDIS

Digital compass

VHF/UHF

AIS

Radar/ Chart radar

Voyage data recorder (VDR)

GPS/ DGPS

Echo sounder

Chart instruments, Sextant

You should contact us directly to advise about equipment in accordance with the demand and financial budget.

Some representative supplier: 
+ AIS: Vesper Marine, TrueHeading.

 

Satellite Communication equipment

As mariners are placing more and more emphasis on safety (following the SOLAS regulations), it’s increasingly challenged for manufacturers and distributors of electronic navigation and communication system to provide the best technological solutions (Maritime Activity Reports, Inc., 2015).

From the outer world, the ship features in its own isolation world. However, communication with other ships, ports, coast stations,...is really necessary. That’s why communication equipment is needed in the maritime industry. There are many different devices that could be used as communication equipments for a vessel, from simple devices like megaphone or semaphore to those modern satellite communication systems like global marine and safety system (GMDSS) or satellite phone (Marine Industry of Russia, 2010).

As one of the leading distributors in maritime industry in Asia, Inmatech offer cutting edge communication solutions with state of the art technology and security, for different kinds of ship, such as commercial shipping, yachting, offshore oil & gas, or even governments. Thanks to our capabilities, our technical expertise and our partnerships with the leading manufacturers in the world, we confirm that the unique combinations of communication solutions we offered could comply to the total techno-commercial requirement from any customers.

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Marine communication solutions for professional and personal applications.  Inmatech is a leading provider of the world’s best marine communication equipment and systems. In compliance with SOLAS regulations – distress and safety communications as the primary objective, our portfolio includes ship-to-ship, ship-to-shore, and shore-to-shore communications with 24/7 support.

Marine communication solutions for professional and personal applications.

Inmatech is a leading provider of the world’s best marine communication equipment and systems. In compliance with SOLAS regulations – distress and safety communications as the primary objective, our portfolio includes ship-to-ship, ship-to-shore, and shore-to-shore communications with 24/7 support.

Wireless and wired communication systems  We offer cutting-edge communication solutions for commercial shipping, offshore oil & gas, yachting, and governments. Our capabilities, technical expertise, and partnerships with the world’s leading manufacturers provide unique combinations of communication solutions that match your techno-commerical requirements.

Wireless and wired communication systems

We offer cutting-edge communication solutions for commercial shipping, offshore oil & gas, yachting, and governments. Our capabilities, technical expertise, and partnerships with the world’s leading manufacturers provide unique combinations of communication solutions that match your techno-commerical requirements.

As a turn-key solutions provider, we offer design, engineering, interfacing, system integration, installation, commissioning, FATs, IFATs, system SATs, burn-in management, trial-period performance checks, site handing over, and release of PAC. We also provide life cycle support including warranty and maintenance contracts.

Navmaster AIS Viewer

Navmaster AIS Viewer is a software application which provides a graphic display of AIS.

targets on electronic charts. It can be supplied as software only for the user to connect to existing AIS equipment, or as a complete low-cost solution packaged with UAIS receiver, antenna and all cabling necessary for a fully self-contained system. Designed for small and medium-sized ports, Navmaster AIS Viewer is user-friendly and simple to self-install.

Navmaster AIS Viewer allows ports and traffic monitoring operations:

Monitoring & identification of ships and other navigation objects in coastal waters from shoreside - Monitoring & identification of ships and other navigation objects in the vicinity of an offshore installation - Generation of alarms and notification messages in accordance with pre-set criteria - Interface to radar for a comprehensive presentation of the traffic situation

- Identify vessels
- Assist target tracking
- Simplify information exchange
- Provide information to assist collision avoidance

      Main Functions

      - Monitoring & identification of ships and other navigation objects in coastal waters from shoreside
      - Monitoring & identification of ships and other navigation objects in the vicinity of an offshore installation
      - Generation of alarms and notification messages in accordance with pre-set criteria
      - Interface to radar for a comprehensive presentation of the traffic situation

         Optional Extra Function

        - Continuous recording of traffic situation data for playback and analysis.

           Navmaster AIS Viewer main features:  - Unlimited target display - Information filtering between Static, Dynamic and Voyage data - Automatic or manual target activation - Target tracking table - Quick View button to display selected text labels for user-defined time period - GoTo button to display best chart for selected target - Option to display true scale target outline with transparent or solid fill - Target text labels include name, call sign, MMSI No, position, COG, SOG, heading, RoT, ship type, ETA, destination - Use of latest harmonised symbology conforming to IEC Standard 62288 - Compatibility with ENC, ARCS, Seafarer and C-Map CM93/3 electronic charts.

             Navmaster AIS Viewer main features:

            - Unlimited target display
            - Information filtering between Static, Dynamic and Voyage data
            - Automatic or manual target activation
            - Target tracking table
            - Quick View button to display selected text labels for user-defined time period
            - GoTo button to display best chart for selected target
            - Option to display true scale target outline with transparent or solid fill
            - Target text labels include name, call sign, MMSI No, position, COG, SOG, heading, RoT, ship type, ETA, destination
            - Use of latest harmonised symbology conforming to IEC Standard 62288
            - Compatibility with ENC, ARCS, Seafarer and C-Map CM93/3 electronic charts.

              UAIS Receiver

              Electronic chart supply

              UAIS Receiver  Electronic chart supply

              The SLR200 is a compact dual channel synthesized VHF receiver designed to receive and decode any AIS transmissions as follows:

              - Name of vessel
              - Call sign
              - Type of vessel
              - Destination
              - Speed (SOG)
              - Course (COG)
              - Heading
              - Rate of turn
              - Position
              - Navigational status
              - Vessel dimensions
              - MMSI number

                As international Electronic Chart Agents, PC Maritime

                - Provide a full digital chart service including the provision of Weekly Updates.

                  Aftercare and service

                  - Our aim is to provide our customers with first-class support. We will listen to your comments and feedback, and use these to improve our products and service.
                  - Experienced PC Maritime staff available to give personal technical support
                  - Printed User Manual
                  - Hands-on training available
                  - Upgrade & Support contract provides automatic issue of upgrades and unlimited technical support

                     Fibreglass VHF antenna

                    - 2.4m strong white tapered GRP tube
                    - Stainless steel ferrule
                    - 1" x 14" TPI thread compatible with a range of mounts and extension poles
                    - 6m of cable 

                    Hydrographic Equipment

                     “Hydrographic equipment is used in hydrographic surveys to measure tides and currents, and collect wave information of physical oceanography.

                    These data include bottom depth measurements and are used in various applications such as hydrographic charting, tracing offshore oil and gas reserves, port and harbor management,

                    and coastal engineering.”

                    (Technavio, 2014)

                    Nowadays, because of the ever increasing number of ocean going liners and vessels, getting charting water’s topographic and morphological features with consistent high degree of accuracy is becoming much more important. With our strategy of “do more with less”, it is always make sense to have those higher resolution and higher swath coverage echo-sounders, precision position receivers, tide measurement sensors. Thanks to the combination of the use of those instruments with feature packed data acquisition and processing packages that can output high definition 3D visualization tools, the Hydrographer could be empowered.

                    Inmatech offer all kinds of hydrographic equipment with feature packed data acquisition and HD 3D visualization tools used for oceanography, hydrology, hydrographic surveys, marine seismic surveys, meteorological work and coastal monitoring studies.

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                    Inmatech supply all kind of hydrographic equipment used for oceanography, hydrology, hydrographic surveys, marine seismic surveys, meteorological work and coastal monitoring studies.
                    Inmatech supply all kind of hydrographic equipment used for oceanography, hydrology, hydrographic surveys, marine seismic surveys, meteorological work and coastal monitoring studies.
                    Inmatech supply all kind of hydrographic equipment used for oceanography, hydrology, hydrographic surveys, marine seismic surveys, meteorological work and coastal monitoring studies.

                     

                     

                    Navmaster Pilot

                    Navmaster Pilot is a simple-to-use electronic chart system based on Type Approved Navmaster ECDIS software and with additional features to assist pilots.

                    Navmaster Pilot provides software and wireless interfacing so that a pilot can connect his own laptop to ship's AIS within minutes of arriving onboard. No cables are necessary: communications between laptop and ship's AIS pilot plug are wireless.

                    The system has been extensively tested by UK deep sea pilots, and the test results reported in The Pilot magazine.

                    Key Benefits:

                    -  Automatic download of ship's dimensions from AIS

                    -  Automatic position monitoring (from AIS and/or GPS)

                    -  Route and passage planning

                    -  Multiple chart format compatibility

                    -  Online chart updating

                    -  Interface to Admiralty TotalTide

                    -  Interface to Proudman Tidal Stream

                     Automatic download of ship's dimensions from AIS  -  Automatic position monitoring (from AIS and/or GPS)  -  Route and passage planning  -  Multiple chart format compatibility  -  Online chart updating  -  Interface to Admiralty TotalTide  -  Interface to Proudman Tidal Stream

                    Navmaster Pilot in operation using official ENC data and showing AIS target list and ship dimensions automatically downloaded from AIS.

                    "The system works together excellently and is user-friendly. I can certainly recommend this system to anyone intending to go electronic. PC Maritime have been extremely helpful in the initial set-up and fine-tuning of the system." Captain Andrew Ward, UK deep sea pilot

                    The complete Navmaster Pilot set-up

                    -  You need: A laptop with Windows XP or 2000

                    -  We supply:

                    +  Navmaster Pilot software

                    +  Bluetooth wireless interface to ship's pilot plug

                    +  Electronic charts as appropriate Options

                    Bluetooth USB dongle

                    -  If your laptop does not have Bluetooth capability, you can add a Bluetooth USB dongle

                    Bluetooth GPS

                    -  To maintain a back-up position source, you can add a Bluetooth GPS to your set-up Navmaster Pilot main features

                    - AIS Interfacing

                    +  AIS interfacing includes the automatic download of ship's dimensions

                    +  Clear display of AIS target information

                    +  Information filtered between Dynamic, Static and Voyage

                    +  On-screen labelling, selectable by the user

                    +  Quick View button to display selected text labels momentarily

                    +  Display true scale target outline with solid or transparent fill

                    +  Manual entry option for ship's dimensions

                    -  Route and passage planning

                    +  Alternate route, which can be displayed onscreen alongside the primary route

                    +  Multiple routes display

                    +  Chart annotations including text, points, lines, areas

                    +  Alarms & warnings generated from ENC charts, eg hazards, cautionary areas

                    +  Ability to draw your own safety contours to obtain alarms (eg when using ARCS charts)

                    +  Ability to set alarms at critical points (eg call VTS)

                    -  Position monitoring

                    +  Navmaster accepts a primary and secondary position input

                    +  Secondary position source can be used via Bluetooth GPS as back-up

                    +  If the primary input fails, Navmaster automatically switches to the secondary

                    +  Full range of VRMs, EBLs, Parallel Indexing etc

                    +  ETA calculation

                    +  Danger and safety contour alarms

                    +  Off track alarms (XTE)

                    -  Voyage data recording

                    +  Ability to record all sensor inputs from ship - this is in addition to the normal log and track record

                    +  Ability to replay the data at a later date including AIS targets, in real time or speeded up

                    -  Electronic charts

                    +  Compatible with ARCS, CM-ENC, BSB, C-Map CM93/3, Seafarer

                    +  Online updating

                    +  Update history management

                    +  Visual display of previously applied updates

                    -  Tidal height and stream

                    -  Direct interfacing to Admiralty TotalTide

                    -  Integration with Proudman Tidal Stream models for UK and continental shelf

                    -  Tidal height and stream  -  Direct interfacing to Admiralty TotalTide  -  Integration with Proudman Tidal Stream models for UK and continental shelf

                    The bluetooth Pilot (bottom right) with pilot plug connector attached. Also attachedis the USB battery pack. Not shown is a USB travel charger. The total weight of allthese components is less than 300g.

                    Defence and Security Equipment

                    21st century network-centric naval forces depend on state-of-the-art combat management systems. These must make sense of the tremendous amounts of information delivered by highly advanced sensors, wideband data links, and ever growing databases.

                    Inmatech offer highly reliable defence equipments designed for many different scenarios, with reduced weight, size, installation time, power, service and cutting, manufactured by those companies having long history of collaborating with national and international defence industries. With respect to technologies and solutions for top performance in coastal and blue water, we distribute world-class naval systems, such as submarine and surface ship combat systems, or in mine counter-measures systems, in order to further reinforce our leading position in Asian maritime industry.

                    The most advanced  and highly reliable products and solutions for military or coastal surveillance, along with border control, port security and vessel management, including surveillance solutions, surveillance radar systems, tactical solutions radar systems, radar antenna, active laser identification, CCTV providing the best image quality in either day or night use,... or any related software application, are distributed by Inmatech. 

                    21st century network-centric naval forces depend on state-of-the-art combat management systems. These must make sense of the tremendous amounts of information delivered by highly advanced sensors, wideband data links, and ever growing databases.

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                    Oil and Gas Equipments

                    “Oil and gas fields reside beneath many inland waters and offshore areas around the world,

                    and in the oil and gas industry the term subsea relates to the exploration, drilling and development of oil and gas fields in underwater locations...”

                    (Surhone, Tennoe, & Henssonow, 2010)

                    Specialized equipments are required for the development of subsea oil and gas fields. In order to make the exploitation of the subsea hydrocarbons and safeguard the environment, the equipments must be really reliable (Stantec Consulting Ltd. , 2010).

                    In these days, the next industrial era in this sector has been invented. Inmatech offer high-quality materials and equipments for oil and gas industry, anything from satellite and radio links to navigation and monitoring systems, in order to solve today’s toughest operational and commercial challenges. With our skills, knowledge, technical expertise, and experience, we help our customers fuel the future, by bringing the physical and digital worlds together.

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                    Subsea technologies  GE Global Research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is spearheading deep-water offshore drilling efforts and technological advances. Greater water depths create unique challenges and we are working on areas such as drilling, subsea processing, and flow assurance that will allow operators to produce more oil in cost-effective ways while protecting the environment.

                    Subsea technologies

                    GE Global Research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is spearheading deep-water offshore drilling efforts and technological advances. Greater water depths create unique challenges and we are working on areas such as drilling, subsea processing, and flow assurance that will allow operators to produce more oil in cost-effective ways while protecting the environment.

                    NEW COMPOSITE RISERS  New oil & gas reserves are located in difficult to access deepwater environments. We’re developing lightweight composite risers that help pull oil and gas from deep under the ocean and up to the surface. These risers will work in extreme conditions every day and give us the ability to extract oil and gas from farther down than ever before.

                    NEW COMPOSITE RISERS

                    New oil & gas reserves are located in difficult to access deepwater environments. We’re developing lightweight composite risers that help pull oil and gas from deep under the ocean and up to the surface. These risers will work in extreme conditions every day and give us the ability to extract oil and gas from farther down than ever before.

                    DEEPWATER DATA  To make sure that our systems can continue to run without problems in these harsh environments, we are constantly working to create better monitoring tools and advanced sensing parts that will give us the information we need to make our machines better. We’re developing software and analytics tools that allow us to do our jobs better and communicate between all aspects of our Oil & Gas systems. We have software that helps our machines work together and helps us to quickly gather and analyze important data to make sure our wells are working efficiently, with minimal unplanned downtime.

                    DEEPWATER DATA

                    To make sure that our systems can continue to run without problems in these harsh environments, we are constantly working to create better monitoring tools and advanced sensing parts that will give us the information we need to make our machines better. We’re developing software and analytics tools that allow us to do our jobs better and communicate between all aspects of our Oil & Gas systems. We have software that helps our machines work together and helps us to quickly gather and analyze important data to make sure our wells are working efficiently, with minimal unplanned downtime.

                    SUBSEA SEPARATION  We’re working on oil and water separation technology as an important step in economically producing some of the toughest oil fields. When drilling deep under the ocean, different materials are pulled out within the same riser, resulting in oil, water, gas and sand in the same pipeline. Right now the operator brings all materials to the surface and separation is done on platforms and rigs located above water. Through new membrane technology products we can provide a unique subsea seawater treatment system with a wide range of ionic strength and content. This treatment system would allow us to separate materials subsea and only bring the oil and gas we need to the surface of the water.

                    SUBSEA SEPARATION

                    We’re working on oil and water separation technology as an important step in economically producing some of the toughest oil fields. When drilling deep under the ocean, different materials are pulled out within the same riser, resulting in oil, water, gas and sand in the same pipeline. Right now the operator brings all materials to the surface and separation is done on platforms and rigs located above water. Through new membrane technology products we can provide a unique subsea seawater treatment system with a wide range of ionic strength and content. This treatment system would allow us to separate materials subsea and only bring the oil and gas we need to the surface of the water.

                    The future of Oil & Gas research  Our newest global research facility in Oklahoma City  We’re bringing together a world-class team that’s working to solve the toughest energy challenges we’re faced with today. We’re transforming our energy system to work optimally and constantly working on unconventional ways to extract resources and bring the world the energy and technology it needs.  We're working on developing new drilling systems and other technologies for more effective drilling  Exploring CO2 as a component in enhanced oil recovery and to replace water in well completions  Optimizing our artificial lift systems and water use  Developing completion systems with better precision

                    The future of Oil & Gas research

                    Our newest global research facility in Oklahoma City

                    We’re bringing together a world-class team that’s working to solve the toughest energy challenges we’re faced with today. We’re transforming our energy system to work optimally and constantly working on unconventional ways to extract resources and bring the world the energy and technology it needs.

                    We're working on developing new drilling systems and other technologies for more effective drilling

                    Exploring CO2 as a component in enhanced oil recovery and to replace water in well completions

                    Optimizing our artificial lift systems and water use

                    Developing completion systems with better precision

                    Improving submersible pumps

                    We’re making big strides to advance the technology that goes inside our electric submersible pumps that help siphon oil and gas reserves that are hard to reach. Sometimes our wells are more than two miles deep and there isn’t enough pressure to make the hydrocarbons flow to the surface on their own. Only about 15% of the world’s oil wells have an electronic submersible pump (ESP) installed, but about 60% of the global oil production is pumped through them. ESPs are a critical and efficient way of getting high flow rates on wells. We will continue to develop our ESP technology to further oil and gas exploration and find new ways of accessing hard-to-reach resources.

                    Improving submersible pumps  We’re making big strides to advance the technology that goes inside our electric submersible pumps that help siphon oil and gas reserves that are hard to reach. Sometimes our wells are more than two miles deep and there isn’t enough pressure to make the hydrocarbons flow to the surface on their own. Only about 15% of the world’s oil wells have an electronic submersible pump (ESP) installed, but about 60% of the global oil production is pumped through them. ESPs are a critical and efficient way of getting high flow rates on wells. We will continue to develop our ESP technology to further oil and gas exploration and find new ways of accessing hard-to-reach resources.
                    Multiphase flow meter technology  Multiphase flow meter technology is changing the way we measure liquids like oil and water in pipelines. We’ve created a multi-technology solution to simultaneously measure water, gas and oil levels as they flow through the pipelines, allowing for less human interaction. This technology has a more robust design, which allows us to operate in harsher environments without the problems of deterioration or possible failure.

                    Multiphase flow meter technology

                    Multiphase flow meter technology is changing the way we measure liquids like oil and water in pipelines. We’ve created a multi-technology solution to simultaneously measure water, gas and oil levels as they flow through the pipelines, allowing for less human interaction. This technology has a more robust design, which allows us to operate in harsher environments without the problems of deterioration or possible failure.

                    More accurate measurement

                    At GE Global Research in Bangalore, India, we have a team of researchers working with Chevron to develop a multiphase flow meter to enable more accurate measurement of oil, water and gas in harsh environments. Today we can only measure one fluid at a time in limited conditions, but our scientists are working to test these multiphase flow meters and get them ready for the harsh environments they’ll encounter underwater.

                    More accurate measurement  At GE Global Research in Bangalore, India, we have a team of researchers working with Chevron to develop a multiphase flow meter to enable more accurate measurement of oil, water and gas in harsh environments. Today we can only measure one fluid at a time in limited conditions, but our scientists are working to test these multiphase flow meters and get them ready for the harsh environments they’ll encounter underwater.

                    Measuring flow

                    A flow meter is a device we use to measure or monitor volumetric mass flow rates of liquids and/or gas while they flow through a pipe. A single phase meter is used when only one liquid is traveling through a pipe, and a multiphase flow meter is used when oil, gas and/or liquids are traveling through the same pipe together. The main requirements for a successful flow meter are reliable measurement accuracy with minimal human intervention and a design that can withstand harsh environments.

                    Measuring flow  A flow meter is a device we use to measure or monitor volumetric mass flow rates of liquids and/or gas while they flow through a pipe. A single phase meter is used when only one liquid is traveling through a pipe, and a multiphase flow meter is used when oil, gas and/or liquids are traveling through the same pipe together. The main requirements for a successful flow meter are reliable measurement accuracy with minimal human intervention and a design that can withstand harsh environments.
                    DATA ANALYSIS  The data we collect is a critical portion of our multiphase flow meter technology. With so many sensors and differentiating factors, it’s important to get an accurate read. We apply predictive analytics to the information collected, so we can make informed decisions about the future of the well. The measurements have to be combined in the right way based on flow physics and the physics of the sensor measurements. We have to account for sensor bias, drift and redundant measurements. To do this we need a complex algorithm to adapt to flow variations as well as changes in sensor performance. The algorithm we’re developing will address error issues that compromise measurement reliability and improve confidence in flow rate estimation. This will make GE’s multiphase flow meter a stand out in the market.

                    DATA ANALYSIS

                    The data we collect is a critical portion of our multiphase flow meter technology. With so many sensors and differentiating factors, it’s important to get an accurate read. We apply predictive analytics to the information collected, so we can make informed decisions about the future of the well. The measurements have to be combined in the right way based on flow physics and the physics of the sensor measurements. We have to account for sensor bias, drift and redundant measurements. To do this we need a complex algorithm to adapt to flow variations as well as changes in sensor performance. The algorithm we’re developing will address error issues that compromise measurement reliability and improve confidence in flow rate estimation. This will make GE’s multiphase flow meter a stand out in the market.

                    SUBSEA ELECTRIFICATION

                    At GE Global Research in Munich, Germany, we’re creating high-powered electrical parts that work in deep ocean waters. These parts help power subsea boosting facilities and allow us to get to previously inaccessible resources. In the future we want to put technology on the seabed and eliminate the need for offshore above-water rigs.

                    SUBSEA ELECTRIFICATION  At GE Global Research in Munich, Germany, we’re creating high-powered electrical parts that work in deep ocean waters. These parts help power subsea boosting facilities and allow us to get to previously inaccessible resources. In the future we want to put technology on the seabed and eliminate the need for offshore above-water rigs.
                    NEW TECHNOLOGY  The world’s oil reserves are becoming harder to find and access. We’re exploring new ways of extracting oil from places that were previously inaccessible and are in the process of developing machines that can sit on the ocean floor for better efficiency. A subsea compressor or pump that is located at the bottom of the ocean is very difficult to repair, so we want to make sure that our machines can operate for many thousands of hours before service. We need our pumps to run 24/7/365 and never break.

                    NEW TECHNOLOGY

                    The world’s oil reserves are becoming harder to find and access. We’re exploring new ways of extracting oil from places that were previously inaccessible and are in the process of developing machines that can sit on the ocean floor for better efficiency. A subsea compressor or pump that is located at the bottom of the ocean is very difficult to repair, so we want to make sure that our machines can operate for many thousands of hours before service. We need our pumps to run 24/7/365 and never break.

                    Working together  We’ve been working across the GE Global Research network to develop sophisticated multiphase pumps that can digest not only just oil or gas, but also a mixture of crude oil, gas, water and sand that is usually pumped out of a reservoir.

                    Working together

                    We’ve been working across the GE Global Research network to develop sophisticated multiphase pumps that can digest not only just oil or gas, but also a mixture of crude oil, gas, water and sand that is usually pumped out of a reservoir.

                    Subsea modifications  Working deep under the surface of the ocean means that our equipment is subject to extreme pressures from the surrounding water. We are developing casings that allow our equipment to withstand these high-pressure environments, making sure our technology operates successfully every day.

                    Subsea modifications

                    Working deep under the surface of the ocean means that our equipment is subject to extreme pressures from the surrounding water. We are developing casings that allow our equipment to withstand these high-pressure environments, making sure our technology operates successfully every day.

                    Extreme machines  We’re working on improving other extreme machines, like compressors that have to work in the middle of the desert, in a jungle or on an offshore platform. These machines are important parts of a very large system of extraction and transport pipelines, so we need to be able to rely on them.

                    Extreme machines

                    We’re working on improving other extreme machines, like compressors that have to work in the middle of the desert, in a jungle or on an offshore platform. These machines are important parts of a very large system of extraction and transport pipelines, so we need to be able to rely on them.

                    Artificial lift technology  At GE Global Research in Niskayuna, USA we’re developing technology to support subsea oil and gas production, and the extraction of new shale gas and tight oil reserves onshore. We’re improving our pump technology to better bring oil to the surface and increase the efficiency of oil well production. Currently ~94% of oil wells in the world leverage some form of artificial lift technology.

                    Artificial lift technology

                    At GE Global Research in Niskayuna, USA we’re developing technology to support subsea oil and gas production, and the extraction of new shale gas and tight oil reserves onshore. We’re improving our pump technology to better bring oil to the surface and increase the efficiency of oil well production. Currently ~94% of oil wells in the world leverage some form of artificial lift technology.

                     

                    Dynamic positioning system (DP)

                    “Dynamic positioning (DP) is a computer-controlled system to automatically maintain a vessel's position and heading by using its own propellers and thrusters...”

                    (DP Marine, 2015)

                    “Dynamic positioning is used by much of the offshore oil industry...

                    There are currently more than 1800 DP ships.”

                     (ADMS Pvt Ltd, 2014)

                    Inmatech offer the up-to-date technology DP systems, equipments and services that enable effective and efficient decisions to ensure the safety and efficiency for the Offshore Service Vessels, AHTS, Platform operation. Our DP systems and equipments are from the most famous companies of the maritime industry in the world, such as Guidance, MT, GE, Kongsberg, MDL,...

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                    Dynamic positioning (DP) is a computer-controlled system  to automatically maintain a vessel's position and heading by using its own propellers and thrusters. Position reference sensors, combined with wind sensors, motion sensors and gyro compasses, provide information to the computer pertaining to the vessel's position and the magnitude and direction of environmental forces affecting its position. Examples of vessel types that employ DP include, but are not limited to, ships and semi-submersible mobile offshore drilling units (MODU), oceanographic research vessels and cruise ships.

                    About Inmatech

                    Inmatech Corporation is one of the leading distributors in Maritime Industry, offering maritime technical products and services meeting global standards, across our multinational distribution channel. With our professional and active team, we offer customers comprehensive maritime solutions, in a timely and satisfactory manner.

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                    INMATECH provides TGT e-Data which is a full editable onboard chart management system. TGT e-Data provides the mariners with a personalised database of charts, publications and notices to mariners and tracings via email communication. The TGT eData service incorporates sophisticated file compression technology achieving highest file size reduction. To use this special service for free, please read the detail information below

                     

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