One man bridge on display at Nor-Fishing
JRC, Alphatron Marine and ProNav will be showing the one man bridge at this year’s Nor-Fishing, which they claim will “redefine the standard we know today”.
Unlike the traditional 19 or 23-inch displays, or the recently introduced 26-inch display, the bridge features a total of three 46-inch displays on which all manoeuvring and control systems are centrally shown. The large 46-inch displays ensure that navigation officers get a clear view even when standing several metres away, making one man bridge operation much safer.
This solution has already been delivered to a number of vessels in Norway, both to fishing and advanced offshore vessels and the companies are looking forward to showing and sharing this combined Dutch-Japanese system to the rest of the fishing industry.
ProNav has been a long time distributor in Norway and has a rich history of providing total navigation and communication packages to fishery vessels as well as workboats, offshore vessels and coastal freighters.
JRC is a leading marine electronics producer specialising in the design and manufacture of industry compliant products. Alphatron Marine is a supplier of integrated bridge solutions. With the full support of Centers of Excellence in Tokyo, Rotterdam, Singapore and Houston, the combined synergies bring quality and innovation to owners, operators and shipyards, redefining the future of ocean, offshore and river navigation.
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