Onshore Cartographic Centre
Prompt delivery of shore services, automated ship navigation systems and vessels with up-to-date information, including the information required to ensure navigation safety.
Fields of application
  • Onshore Services
    Planning, monitoring, management of emergencies, analysis of vessel traffic, etc.
  • Vessels
    Hydrographical information acquisition for navigation support
  • Automated Systems
    Use of information for navigational data correction, monitoring and prevention of emergencies
  • Faster updates of ENCs and additional layers
  • ENC cost reduction by eliminating additional charges of international cartographic centres (RENC: Primar, IC-Enc)
  • Comprehensive provision of shipdrivers with extra navigational data (ice charts, etc.)
  • Provision of Russian charts to Russian consumers directly without foreign intermediaries (RENC)
  • Higher navigation safety and reduction of environmental damage caused by Russian and foreign (transit) vessels
Geoinformation Systems
Designed for collection, recording, storage, duplication and delivery of geospatial and cartographic information to end-users.
Fields of application
  • Cartographic centres
  • Geospatial information banks
  • Decision support systems
  • Monitoring systems
GIS is the foundation for building a wide range of analytical information systems in various domains focused on solving various application tasks.
Cartographic Server
The Priliv is designed to provide digital cartographic information, electronic navigation documents and spatial data to shipborne consumers.
Regional and basin centres of the system for collection and
online transmission of updated ENCs of Russian inland
The ENC (electronic navigation chart) collection and transmission system is aimed at enhancing navigation safety and operational efficiency of river vessels.
This is achieved by the near-real-time creation and delivery of updated inland waterway ENCs and correction files to the consumers, with the ability to protect against unauthorized access and copying by using GLONASS/GPS satellite navigation technologies, web technologies and wireless data transmission channels.
  • Aggregation of digital cartographic data from cartographic information producers
  • Storing, accounting and updating the electronic navigation charts of inland waterways in digital repositories of the central (branch) databank, as well as in regional and basin databanks
  • Setting up and maintaining an electronic record of inland waterway ENCs
  • Creating a databank of electronic navigation charts of inland waterways in Siberia and the Far East, and in the future—of Russia as a whole
  • Speeding up the outfitting of vessels in river basins of Siberia and the Far East with inland waterway electronic navigation chart display systems and enhancing the safety of navigation along inland waterways
  • Delivery of updated inland waterway ENCs to consumers in near real-time, including the transmission of the charts to vessels in remote regions of Siberia and the Far East
  • Prompt delivery of updated ENCs to consumers (vessels, institutions, automated navigation safety management systems, etc.)
  • Protection of inland waterway ENCs against unauthorized access and copying, misrepresentation and substitution
  • Automatic support of digital cartographic information validity, protection from unauthorized use and copying of the information
Electronic Navigation Chart Remote Transmission
Infrastructure (ENC RTI)
The infrastructure is designed to provide shipdrivers and other clients of the system with the access to onshore digital services and resources of the water basin administration. The access is granted by logging into the system via Wi-Fi while the ship is within the 2500 meter radius from the onshore server or even farther.