Navigation and Radio Communication
Navigation and Radio Communication
Navigation and Radio Communication
The Bering Integrated Navigation System
This is a software system that enhances navigation safety and sea transportation efficiency.
INS acquires information from maritime navigation facilities, hydrometeorological complexes, surveillance and target designation systems, radar stations, automatic fire fighting equipment and automatic security systems, engineering management system, etc.

E-INS is a new-generation INS capable of interacting with the Maritime Connectivity Platform (MCP) and VTS by sending and receiving immediate information.
The system includes:
  • Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS)
  • Radar display (RD)
  • Bridge alarm management (BAM)
  • Virtual device panel (VDP)
  • Electronic logs
  • Automated technical diagnostics system
  • Video information display subsystem (VIDS)
VDES Ship Station
To be installed on marine vessels, mixed river-sea navigation vessels, as well as on large-capacity river vessels as part of advanced automated radio communication, navigation and control systems.
This is a new generation AIS with a higher data exchange speed and bandwidth, and with capability of transmitting data from external media.
The station performs the functions of an automatic identification system (AIS), supports special message service, and allows data exchange via ground and satellite VHF communication channels. Effective modulation types improve the capacity of dedicated communication channels, expanding e-Navigation functionality.
AIS Т104. Class A
The automatic identification system (AIS) improves navigation safety in the open sea and coastal waters through automatic exchange of navigation, static and voyage information between vessels and onshore stations.
Since 2004, all vessels with a displacement of over 300 tons must be fitted with AIS equipment as per Chapter 5 «Navigation safety» of the SOLAS international convention.
AIS Т300
The automatic identification system receiver enhances the navigation safety of small vessels and yachts in the open sea and coastal waters. This is achieved via automatic reception of navigational, static and voyage information and navigation safety-related data from vessels and VTS onshore stations, and then sending the received information to the electronic chart display and information system or to the control and display panel (if available).
AIS Т600. Class B
Supports the automatic exchange of navigational, static and voyage information, and navigation safety-related messages with similar equipment installed on other vessels, or with onshore stations to enhance navigation safety in the open sea, coastal waters, along inland waterways.
The system is installed on vessels with a displacement below 300 tons, which are not covered by the SOLAS Convention (Chapter V, clause 19). It is a low-cost, high-performance system designed specifically for small size fleets: fishing vessels, passenger vessels, coast guard vessels, pleasure and work boats.
DSC Modem Т500
DSC Signals Modem Т500 is designed to connect with UHF and MF/HF radio stations in a GMDSS system using specialized software to send and receive DSC signals.
Personal Navigational Set
Provides proper orientation on the water surface when controlling small vessels by displaying position data received from the integrated GLONASS/GPS receiver on electronic nautical charts.
Control automation
Control automation
Control automation
Integrated Engineering Management System
Gathers, processes and displays status of shipboard engineering tools, manages alarms, and controls the engineering tools from the pilot room and the engine space.
The system complies with “Rules for the Classification and Construction of Sea-Going Ships” of the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping as regards ships of the AUT-1 class.

Integrated Engineering Management System (IEMS) provides a shared information space for all its subsystems, and allows to monitor and control shipboard systems, devices or tools from any automated workstation.
Crane Operations
Monitoring and Control
Planning of ship crane operations, monitoring the operations, operator information support, estimation and prediction of ship stability during the operations.
Stack light with sound
Generates light-and-sound alarms of the BAM system in various rooms, including engine space.
Autonomous navigation
Autonomous navigation
Autonomous navigation
Autonomous Navigation System
Specialized systems that detect navigational hazards and make decisions on evasive maneuvers.
ANS is installed on vessels and allows them to move in automatic and remote control modes. The system can be installed both on new vessels and on those already in service. Any vessel can be upgraded to MAV (marine autonomous vessel).
  • Reduction of the crew size, decrease of the human factor impact
  • Prediction and prevention of accidents based on algorithms for maneuvering and collision avoidance
  • Environmental disaster prevention
  • Reduction of the initial cost of operating commercial and technical fleet vessels
  • Automatic or remote vessel control directly from the shipowner’s office
  • Centralized control of vessel trains at minimum costs
Target environment identification
Determination of own vessel’s position
Collision prediction and safe evasion in accordance with the rules of the COLREGS-72 and maritime practice
Displaying navigation situation, own vessel’s position, predictions and evasive maneuvers
Environment analysis
Information Processing and Integration Subsystem
Automatically integrates data from all onboard navigation devices, optical surveillance system and satellite data
Survey Scanner
Automatically detects and recognizes surrounding objects and transmits acquired information
Decision making and maneuvering
Autonomous Navigation System
Automatically detects navigational hazards and makes maneuvering decisions
Coordinated Motion Control System
Automatically maintains the selected heading of the vessel
Vessel state monitoring
Equipment Monitoring System
The remote control centre operator uses the system to monitor the equipment and engine
Remote Control Panel
Provides full-scale control of all MAV systems from the shore, i.e. outside the vessel, and can also be installed onboard the lead ship in a vessel train
Inboard Surveillance Subsystem
Serves for remote surveillance of ship spaces and instruments with automatic alert generation and can be interfaced with traffic safety cameras already installed on a vessel
Survey Scanner
Analysis of data received from ship devices and the environment.
Computer vision algorithms analyse data from all directions, round the clock, without fatigue and even in total darkness.

Equipment of such a system allows ships to be controlled remotely and to follow a specific route autonomously, making decisions on maneuvring either independently or in coordination with the superviser.
Vessel traffic systems
Vessel traffic systems
Vessel traffic systems
The Rumb Autopilot
Vessel heading stabilization and vessel motion trajectory control while connected to the electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS).
Coordinated Motion
Control System.
DynPos O
Manual and automatic vessel motion control at low speed.
Steering Wheel System
The SWS controls the steering hydraulic drive.
Scheduled Speed Setting
The SSSD is an auxiliary system designed for setting scheduled speed and operating the emergency engine telegraph.
Ship technological complexes
Ship technological complexes
Ship technological complexes
Automated Sounding and Survey System
Provides automation of the entirety of activities during channel surveys in a designated water area.
Performing hydrographic tasks to automate the collection and processing of bathymetrical and geodetic data for electronic chart mapping and editing.
Ship Buoyage Complex
Collection and processing of navigational and hydrographical information during track works along inland waterways.
Automated Hydrographic
Trawling Complex
Bottom obstacle detection with high precision and reliability.
Dedicated systems
Dedicated systems
Dedicated systems
Integrated Bridge System
IBS is a complex of interconnected systems enhancing navigation safety and efficiency of performing designated tasks (sea transportation, rescue operations, special-purpose functions).