Presentation on theme: "AIS Advanced Identification System VHF Transponder Target Name – Official Number Speed Range CPA – Closest Point of approach TCPA – Time of CPA."— Presentation transcript:
AIS Advanced Identification System VHF Transponder Target Name – Official Number Speed Range CPA – Closest Point of approach TCPA – Time of CPA
CEACT Navigation Information Display SOG – Speed Over Ground ETA – Displays running ETA based on entered destination mile TTG – Time To Go, Time till arrival at destination DIST – Distance to destination
Current Position & Measurement Options Current position. Anchor button drops a target marker at your current position. Caliper button Click a point on chart to measure from Drag mouse to point to measure to Read distance in Total Distance: box displayed in both feet and miles.
Ship & Tow Configuration Ruler Button: Click to display ship configuration window Barges / Tow Configuration Boat Dimensions (Locked) Sensor Offset (Locked) Safety Depth Prediction Timer Interval
Ship Configuration Window Off Limits do not change Ship Distance or Sensor offsets. Other items may be changed, see following slides
Ship Configuration Barges frame Rows Columns Ship Position on Tow Barge length Barge breadth (width)
Edit eLog Make notations of any kind If you insert position it allows you to go to that entries position by selecting the coordinates and clicking on Go To. Good place to crash here.
Channel CPA Display Direction: On OHR select your ships direction Center: CPA button will center screen on CPA point. Target will center target vessel. Select Track AIS Target Click on target to track Click on Show CPA Area Close
Quick Mark Drop Object Type: You can choose from all items available from the Special Objects menu. Buoys, dolphins, wrecks, lights, etc. Drop Direction: Drops object in direction relative to boat to Port, Starboard, or on a measured bearing Distance: (sm) The measured distance (from Radar VRM reading) in the selected direction. Relative Bearing(degrees): With radar screen centered and using the EBL feature, enter the bearing in degrees relative to the boat along with range. (Hint: you can set to zero degrees and range it to your header line and drop on your point.