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Electronic Chart + CD
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 488
Description: The Electronic Chart: Functions, Potential and Limitations is a textbook for ECDIS use and training. IMO is referring to the third edition of the book The Electronic Chart in its Model Course 1.27 for Generic ECDIS training. The book may be used either for self-teaching or in conjunction with ECDIS training as a reference book. Mariners, ECDIS producers/developers, maritime authorities, ECDIS trainers/teachers and maritime students/ECDIS trainees all over the globe have been using this handbook.
The book has been written by the highly respected authors Horst Hecht, Bernhard Berking, Mathias Jonas and Lee Alexander.
Collectively, this 3rd edition is intended as a comprehensive textbook on ECDIS in which each topic is systematically built upon using information covered in earlier chapters. The book can also be used selectively as a handbook, with various ECDIS-related topics covered in a stand-alone manner. In addition, an effort has been made to cite references to international standards and requirements and to mention sources of further information about a specific topic. On a cautionary note, it does not replace a user manual for a specific type of ECDIS equipment.
The CD-based ECDIS demonstration software can be operated on a personal computer. It can be used by individuals or in conjunction with ECDIS training courses.