Auto routeing software from AtoBviaC, the leading producer of marine distance tables for the global shipping industry, is incorporated in a new navigation solution from Transas, due to be introduced at Posidonia this week.
Transas Navi-Planner 4000 is a part of Transas Navi-Sailor ECDIS 4000 and sets a new standard for safe and efficient voyage planning. Combining a set of databases, applications and services for voyage planning, the Navi-Planner 4000 is easy to use for navigators and efficient for ship owners.
AtoBviaC has adapted its world-Distance Table program to allow it to be incorporated within the new Navi-Planner 4000, enabling users to generate initial routes for modification and analysis within Navi-Planner 4000. AtoBviaC Director Trevor Hall is delighted with the end result: “This is a superb back of bridge system,” he enthused. “The beauty of it is that it’s simple to use and easy to update.”
AtoBviaC has enjoyed collaborating with Transas. Director Bill Morris said: “I have been very impressed with Transas. They are a very professional company and they have produced a great piece of software which we at AtoBviaC are delighted to be associated with.”
AtoBviaC, which is the leading publisher of marine distance tables for the global shipping industry, was formed in 2003 by a group of Master Mariners and software developers whose unique combination of expertise – totalling more than 360 years marine experience between them – combined to produce these accurate and widely-used marine software applications.