Leading producer of NMEA2000® based integrated display, alarm and control systems, Offshore Systems, will be exhibiting a fully working multi-screen bridge system which will visualise a wide range of the capabilities provided by the company’s range of sensors and monitors.
Visitors to METS can use advanced touch screen technology to explore the screens, selected from a range which is available in a variety of sizes. Present at METS will be the very latest 21.5 model, 10.4” model and a Dual Engine Display. The feature at METS uses Offshore Systems’ BlackGlass™ bridge display. Screens can also be installed separately in individual key locations on board a luxury superyacht.
Offshore Systems is at METS for the sixth year in a row, but for the first time the company’s stand will be located in the Superyacht Pavilion.
Bruce Coward of Offshore Systems explained, “Offshore Systems offers a consultation to installation process to produce a completely integrated information system. The BlackGlass™ Bridge that we are showing at METS can be custom adapted to any large vessel interior, and is indeed, in its current style, being installed in a number of new build luxury yachts.”
The Dual Engine Display will show two or four fuel tank levels, rudder angle position, GPS time and GPS compass on displays of two engines side by side, as well as in the modern low profile BlackGlass™ format. It is already being fitted as standard to a range of new boats from a leading UK luxury motor yacht builder.
All of a vessel’s resources can be displayed, such as fuel, fresh water, grey water and black water tank contents, electrical power systems voltages and load, main engine and generator instrumentation and security and safety systems status.
Offshore Systems’ sensor range also records alarms status, which can also be displayed for detection and management of the vessel’s alarm systems including: fire, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, bilge and flood level, intruder and access control, watertight door, paserelle and portlight open alarms, high and low level tank contents and engine-over temperature alarms.
For more information visit Offshore Systems.