Envitia Launch Free MapLink Pro ENC Viewer

July 26, 2012 -- Envitia is pleased to announce the launch of the MapLink Pro ENC (Electronic Navigation Chart) Viewer. The MapLink Pro ENC Viewer is a Windows application that provides the capability to visualise maritime S-57 data via compliant S-52 charting specification. The viewer also supports S-63 encrypted data. The MapLink Pro ENC Viewer is available as a free download from www.envitia.com.

The features of the viewer include:

  • Chart display with scale tools.
  • Import S-63 and S-57 data.
  • Full implementation of the S-63 standard
  • Configurable S-52 tables and symbology.

“The MapLink Pro ENC Viewer is a useful tool for anyone that has a requirement to visualise maritime charts prior to integrating them into an operational system” says Matthew Wood, Product Manager at Envitia. “The viewer also demonstrates the high performance and accurate rendering available to developers and system integrators in the full version of MapLink Pro.”

The viewer is built with the MapLink Pro SDK and provides an example of how developers can rapidly integrate nautical data and visualisation capabilities into maritime applications including ECDIS and WECDIS. MapLink Pro also enables Situational Awareness and C2 Systems to access the same data that is being used by ECDIS and WECDIS systems. MapLink Pro enables developers to combine maritime geospatial data such as ENC S-57 (S-63 S-52), AML, DNC, HCRF, DBDBV 6.2 with other non-maritime data sources (full list available on website). MapLink Pro also provides a set of web services that enable maritime interoperability through open standards. MapLink Pro provides maritime information superiority to a wide range of systems such as:

  • Maritime Situational Awareness
  • Maritime C2-C4 Systems
  • Port and Harbour Management
  • Traffic Management Systems
  • Training and Simulation
  • Naval Combat Systems

MapLink Pro provides a framework to develop maritime chart and navigation applications specifically to meet your needs. MapLink Pro is designed to support both onshore and offshore maritime situational awareness applications. MapLink Pro has more than 7000 deployed systems worldwide and is the geospatial toolkit of choice for the world’s leading System and Technology Integrators. There is a 30-day evaluation version of MapLink Pro 7.0 available to download at www.envitia.com.

For further information, please contact:
Envitia Ltd
North Heath Lane
Horsham, West Sussex
RH12 5UX, UK
Tel: +44 1403 273 173  Fax: +44 1403 273 123
Email: marketing@envitia.com
Website: www.envitia.com



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