JRC’s cloud-backed touch display Conning Station helps optimize route planning, safety and operating efficiency with best-in-class navigational IT.
The Navigational electronic Conning Station Table (NeCST), combined with JRC’s J-Marine Cloud service, brings onboard planning, operations and navigation management to the next level. The system enables officers to share navigation information in real time, such as assured routes, unavailable chart information, and port information (photos, notes, etc.) across ship fleets and onshore offices. The result is streamlined operations and improved onboard safety and emergency management, especially in cases of fire, piracy, grounding, injury, and hull damage or oil spill by collision.
Cloud Data with Touch-Screen Access
NeCST replaces manual, paper-chart scale processes with live data accessible via a 46-inch touch display, just as easy as your mobile phone. Click, pinch, drag, and even add remarks for optimal communication and transparency. Create routes with usermaps, or with a stylus pen or divider.
NeCST with J-Marine Cloud replaces manual, error-prone route planning with live-stream weather and meteorological data, and at the touch of a hand. Easily add or remove waypoint and directly transfer to the ECDIS during voyage. All of this cuts labor time and frees officers to better optimize routes, fuel savings, and onboard safety of vessel and crew. JRC is even working out the possibility of route planning from shore, accessible onboard via J-Marine Cloud.