Viewer integration ability
AVCS – Admiralty Vector Chart Service
WENDIS Viewer offers a unique service for AVCS charts. Existing charts can be installed and viewed, or charts can be acquired using our Pay-As-You-Need service. Charts can be selected either individually by area or by route, with instant access granted to the charts. You can also update the ENC charts free of charge each week within the program. Google Earth or OpenStreetMap data can be displayed as an add-on to the chart view to give visibility of the port/terminal infrastructure and areas beyond the harbour.
See up-to-date weather information in the WENDIS Viewer. Access seven days of forecast for all the necessary weather services to check if an area or a voyage will encounter issues. In addition to the standard weather service, we offer typhoon and ice data to assist in voyage planning for these scenarios.
The passage planning tool enables you to share routes between the vessel, shipping companies, charters or DMI. WENDIS Viewer routes provide a full overview of route waypoints, legs, speed and predicted times. This information can be easily exchanged and updated by all parties, enabling effective collaboration to ensure safer navigation for the voyage.
ADP – Admiralty Digital Publications
WENDIS Viewer displays the important information from ADP to support voyage planning and monitoring activities. Tidal predictions from Admiralty TotalTide and Admiralty Digital Radio Signals information is combined with AVCS charts and your routes to give an integrated view of the data in a single application.
If your fleet is using WENDIS PAYS, WENDIS Viewer can offer a fleet monitoring service. Each vessel in your fleet can be displayed on the chart view with details such as heading, ground speed and historical track. Fleet monitoring can be used in combination with services such as AVCS, ADP and weather to obtain relevant ENC charts and improve situational awareness for each vessel. A measurement tool allows you to assess how close vessels are to port, sister vessels or to bad weather, such as typhoons or reported ice. This allows you to supply optimised routes and provide effective support to vessel operations.