The SEALL ECDIS is one of the first marine software systems to include a multi-touch screen interface, changing the way ECDIS is operated and making it one of the simplest ECDIS systems to operate on the market.
The staged, incoming mandation of new SOLAS regulations revised by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has meant that vessels (over a certain size) must now carry either single or double ECDIS to be used for primary navigation.
This began to take effect in July 2012 when new passenger ships above 500gt and all new tankers above 3,000gt were required by law to use ECDIS. This change has hastened evolution towards the adoption of digital charts and has led to some difficulties with crew requiring both generic and type specific ECDIS training.
Jargoon has developed a simple and user-friendly ECDIS called SEALL which promises a new approach to electronic navigations that is both user-friendly and at the cutting edge of technology.
SEALL encapsulates the fundamental principles of ECDIS, utilising all of the functionalities and capabilities of a compliant system while making best use of features such as touch screen compatibility.