Tano Corporation Offers New Brochure On Marine Automation Systems

Tano Corporation of New Orleans, La., designers and manufacturers of computer-based automation and control systems for marine, oil and gas, and energy management applications, is offering a new sixpage color brochure on marine automation systems.

The publication discusses Tano systems for the '80s. and emphasizes that regardless of the degree of sophistication and capabilities of particular marine automation system installations, certain objectives are common to all Tano systems: reduced manning, maintainability, minimum cost, safety, and durability.

The full range of Tano services to marine systems users are listed and include system design, inspection/ surveys, specification writing, project management, installation and certification, post-installation checkout and commissioning.

A photographic record of an actual test procedure to which a Tano marine console was subjected prior to acceptance for a military installation is included in the brochure, as well as illustrations of a typical Tano bridge console and the advanced engine room console which is described as incorporating microcomputer technology, digital displays and continuous logging on magnetic tape.

The brochure lists current Tano functional capabilities in the marine products area for both commercial and military systems, as well as vessel types currently using Tano systems.

For a free copy of the brochure and further information, Circle 16 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 44,  Dec 15, 1984 Industrial Metals International Ltd.

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