New Navidyne Option Reports Ship's Position In Response To Telex Call

A shipowner in the home office can obtain an up-to-the-minute report on a vessel's position, course, speed, and other vital information with the P-8030 Position Reporting Option recently introduced by Navidyne Corporation of Newport News, Va.

The P-8030 provides an interface between Navidyne's ESZ-8000 Satellite Communicator and the ship's satnav or Loran C. It can be added to an existing ESZ installation simply by inserting two printed circuit boards into empty slots in the ESZ-8000 electronics cabinet.

A shoreside caller can obtain a complete report with a simple telex message to the ship. Upon receipt of a coded command, the ESZ-8000 automatically returns a position report via telex. A private password must be entered by the caller, insuring protection against unauthorized calls.

For more information and technical literature on the P-8030 option, Write 89 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 38,  Dec 15, 1983 New York

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