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Marine Computer Systems prides ourselves on getting things working correctly and getting the customer trained on how to use them properly. This thinking is now extended to the purchase of new equipment. Below, you will find the different major categories of systems commonally found on vessels and how they interact with each other. Please use this as a guide to help aid you in the right direction when it comes to getting an idea of the potential of your vessel.
Navigation is one of the most important aspects of safe boating. In this section you will find out about getting the right navigation equipment, finding out what equipment will integrate with others, and what to expect for functionality.
This is your life line: staying in touch has always been a need of voyagers of all sizes. Find out what to look for and how to get the most out of your connectivity.
Becoming more and more common are vessel networks. A network gives your ship's instruments and equipment means to communicate with similar devices and cross communicate with completely different devices. Understanding networks and their role in your vessel will aid you in deciding what type of new equipment to add to your vessel.
MCS brings together these aspects in what we call Design Concepts. Our insight aids in your understanding of functionality and cost. Please check out one of our examples here.