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NYK Standards for Navigation Using ECDIS

Year: 2014
Language: english
Author: NYK Line
Genre: Handbook
Publisher: NYK
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 100
Description: As the shipping industry prepares for paperless navigation and the use of ECDIS,
we at NYK reviewed the impact of this change on training, navigation and bridge
Considering that ECDIS will bring about a significant change in the methods and
techniques of navigation rather than the navigation skills it is important to
understand the impact. benefits and risks associated. At the same time, due to
the nature and sophistication of this modern equipment and its simplicity to
operate. trend could be developing among bridge team members for placing
almost complete reliance on the ECDIS system during navigation while ignoring
the more traditional techniques of safe navigation and errors that could be
caused by incorrect operation or understanding of the ECDIS


The NYK Standard for Navigation using ECDIS has been developed using the best
information currently available and may not be comprehensive. If you have
queries/comments regarding the contents of this Standard please contact
MARTECH@jp.nykline.com and sms®nttksm.com.sg


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