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Navico introduces new MARIS ECDIS

Following its acquisition of MARIS late last year, Navico has introduced the latest updates to the company's ECDIS systems, the MARIS ECDIS900 MK5 and MK15.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The new equipment is built on Windows-based PC systems with the option of 19-, 24-, or 26-inch screens.

The MK5 includes a standard Windows PC and a separate 24- or 26-inch flat panel monitor, supporting horizontal or vertical mounting with an included bracket, or mounting within the optional ECDIS900 pedestal for a freestanding installation.

The MK15 alternative includes a 19 inch or 24-inch ‘all-in-one’ flat panel display with integrated Windows PC. The single-unit design includes four integrated NMEA0183 ports, dual Ethernet ports, and an AC/DC power supply.

Both the MK5 and MK15 are based on a standard Windows interface using common controls including toolbars, tabbed panels, hotkeys, and right-click context or ‘pop-up’ menus. All ECDIS900 models include a standard keyboard and trackball.

Route planning tools and search and rescue (SAR) functionality is available, as well as a digital ship’s logbook, an optional Universal RADAR Overlay, and integration of MARIS’ Bridge Assistant software for management of onboard chart folios.{/mprestriction}

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