This year’s Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) saw the German navigation system specialist Raytheon Anschütz announce that their 100th Integrated Navigation System (INS) destined for the superyacht market will be delivered to the all-new Limited Editions AMELS 188.
“We are very proud to be selected by such a prestigious shipyard and look forward to contributing our solution to the new Limited Editions AMELS 188,” Raytheon Anschütz’ Sales Manager Arno Nommensen said during a jubilee ceremony at the AMELS’ stand in Monaco. “A significant milestone, our 100th INS sold in the superyacht market is a confirmation of our commitment to excellence and our dedication to maintaining our high level of quality and customer support.”
AMELS Victor Caminada on the new Limited Editions AMELS 188 superyacht: “The AMELS 188 is a new milestone for our company. Here at the official introduction at Monaco Yacht Show, we have received great interest for this new design. It will be equipped with most modern and high-end superyacht technology; including the Raytheon Anschütz Integrated Navigation System.”
AMELS 188 will boast the latest in integrated navigation systems, supported through the entire project and lifecycle. The world’s first INS in compliance with IMO’s INS Performance Standards, SYNAPSIS consists of a suite of multifunctional consoles which provide access to any function from any place. A central software framework as part of each console takes over system-wide tasks and services, such as consistent data distribution, central target management and intelligent alarm management. The scope of supply also includes network-based radar scanners, the entire sensor package, autopilot and steering control, as well as radio communication systems.
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