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As a Definition:
An integrated bridge system (IBS) is defined as a combination of systems which are interconnected in order to allow centralized access to sensor information or command/control from workstations, with the aim of increasing safe and efficient ship's management by suitably qualified personnel.

Performance stadards for integrated bridge systems were adopted by IMO in 1996 (Resolution MSC.64(67))

The revised SOLAS chapter V adopted in December 2000 and entering into force in July 2002 says in Regulation 19 Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and equipment paragraph 6: Integrated bridge systems shall be so arranged that failure of one sub-system is brought to immediate attention of the officer in charge of the navigational watch by audible and visual alarms, and does not cause failure to any other sub-system. In case of failure in one part of an integrated navigational system, it shall be possible to operate each other individual item of equipment or part of the system separately.

What we do:
Tr-Marine's bridge solutions are individually tailored to match the requirements of a wide variety of ships from simple to complex installations and requirements.

As a bridge integrator Tr-Marine searches for the best equipment; studies them and integrates them in highest level of precision according to vessel needs and requirements.

With Transas multifunctional workstations(MFD) combines the functions of IMO radars, ECDIS and central navigation data display(conning display) on one dedicated position, providing maximum flexibility for navigation data access at any location on the integrated bridge. In conjunction with Raytheon NautoPilot® 2025 autopilot, the system allows qualified track control while the radar or ECDIS screen is being watched, thus achieving a higher level of integration.

  • Integration benefits
  • Navigator-friendly environment for One Man Bridge operation reduces workload and stress
  • Clear and consistent man-machine interface for intuitive and convenient operation
  • Enhanced functional integration of navigational data
  • System redundancy: all functions of ECDIS, Radar and Conning can be available on all MFD's onboard
  • Palettes synchronization in all 3 applications
  • Sensor redundancy and double network ensures data integrity and reliability for network configuration
  • Intelligent and efficient alarm management
  • Simultaneous Loaded Route monitoring in ECDIS, Radar & Conning
  • ECDIS Master Station status changeover to any MFD station
  • Simultaneous network operation of two Radar Integrator Board (RIB-2) cards is possible, one for each workstation
  • Distribution of radar pictures from all available radars within MFD network
  • Chart correction, route and user database synchronization at all workstations and applications
  • Order charts, charts corrections and weather forecasts online via ship communication station protected by CISCO firewall
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