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Take Advantage of Benefits provided by INNAV VTMIS data base.

  • Take Advantage of Benefits provided by INNAV VTMIS data base.
  • Take Advantage of Benefits provided by INNAV VTMIS data base.
  • Take Advantage of Benefits provided by INNAV VTMIS data base.

Take Advantage of Benefits provided by INNAV VTMIS data base.

The INNAV VTMIS data base has embedded data management processes that distribute real-time information to both stand-alone and networked operations centres. These data management mechanisms can be exploited without the need to add additional system components, and all data added to the INNAV VTMIS data base can be automatically replicated to other data centres and made available to all users seamlessly.  INNAV’s automated monitoring of data and the software components required to access system data ensures a high degree of real-time availability and dependence.  The INNAV user interface provides a common cartographic background with advanced data geo-location matching that guarantees the accurate placement of vessels and navigational information.

The INNAV VTMIS is designed to easily integrate new sensors and information sources, and because we design our own sensor interfaces there is no need to purchase costly manufacturer data processing components.  In addition, INNAV’s currently existing sensor interface suite is broad enough to either accommodate most modern sensors or be modified to exploit new sensors with very little modification.  INNAV’s advanced data fusion and de-confliction processes ensures the operator is presented with only the most accurate and timely data.

INNAV is developed on a Microsoft architecture which allows for greater flexibility and expansion at relatively low costs when compared to other technologies and operating systems.

About the Author

We are a Canadian company based in Québec City, that offers end-to-end information technology and home of the INNAV, the most advanced VTMIS, Vessel Traffic Management Infomation System, trusted and used by the Canadian Coast in all Canada.