JRC can provide various services for satellite communications.
JRC can provide the services for the installation of ECDIS to updating of electronic charts.
JRC can provide the weather routing service and the service to monitor your own ships.
JRC can provide the service to diagnose the performance of JRC's onboard equipmennt remotely.
Expect realization of safe and environmentally-friendly operations Department of Maritime Systems Engineering, Division of Marine Technology,
The J-Marine GIS contributes to Safety of Navigation, Energy Efficiency and Verification of Accidents.
In the marine field, with the ease of Internet connection as a result of the increase of the vessel satellite communication service and the introduction of the fixed-price plan, and also sharing and effective use of the information between vessels and the land, the environment for realizing various solutions is improving.
J-Marine Cloud is the general term for the total services that are intended for the safe and secure smart navigation management by providing a greater variety of contents.
Various types of information are collected from weather and oceanographic information providers, shore-based radar stations and AIS shore stations (to be installed separately), and are compiled as a database for superimposed display on multiple monitors and PCs.
J-Marine Cloud supports the improvement and solution of various problems with navigation and ship operations including energy-saving navigation and environmental measures, anti-piracy measures, proper support from shore of ship operations.
J-Marine Cloud functions as a common platform to collect various types of information and provide a diversity of contents.
This service provides the weather routing information to support the safety and economy of ship navigation and realizes the real-time monitoring of the marine information such as the positions, their engine and navigational equipment information of your own ships on the shore.
The weather and oceanographic layers can be overlaid on each other and the VTS (Vessel Traffic Service) information can also be displayed on a PC screen, allowing you to acquire maritime information with higher accuracy.