Mandatory selector for the display of the shallow water pattern. If provided, the hover-over function speeds up the process of ENC enquiry by the mariner. Allows the mariner to navigate to an anchorage without the need to repeatedly interrogate each area on the ENC by:. Skip to the content Skip to the menu Skip to the search.
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It covers testing of. This document also includes preliminary information about IEC intention to extent the IEC series interface standards to describe how onboard navigation and communication equipment could transfer S based information. Related Documents: 1. Current edition is 3. The new work item proposal was submitted for voting in Sep and the MT7 was established in Dec Hannu Peiponen was selected as the convenor of MT7. The MT has time until the date of committee draft for voting CDV to draft the content of the new edition.
The process is compatible with Word Trade Organization WTO rules to remove bias of individual experts and to remove bias of the secretary. Second point to note is that the CDV may contain references to external items which are not yet published on the date of publishing of the CDV, but are published before deadline of the CDV voting. These two standards are linked together as the S is the testing standard for the rules and specifications set by S for presentation and use of S ENC charts, and for S data service and encryption.
The final publishing of both S and S should be synchronized. The working order is such that first the content of the S is agreed and then the related S can be developed including tests for all aspects available in the new edition of S This natural order of events is behind the lack of final draft of new edition for the S for the HSSC5 meeting. The in force date for new editions of S and S are set by replacing current editions with the new ones in this IHO web-page.
This publishing is done so that the new editions are available in parallel with the current editions of 6. The HSSC IEC cannot reference to an unpublished standard and the published or not published status is essential to know before the end of CDV voting by Sep Conclusions The process of new clarifying editions of all ECDIS related standards is a response to address known "ECDIS anomalies" and implementation irregularities, and to improve the overall clarity of the specification.
Action requested from HSSC The HSSC is invited to a To consider the proposed time schedule and the actions within it b To especially consider approval of S by correspondence latest by Aug instead of postponing the final decision to the HSSC6 in Nov Therefore the IEC series standards set the baseline for interoperability between equipment from various manufacturers installed onboard SOLAS ships.
The plenary meeting is held every second year. This may lead to introduction of additional objects and attributes for the S GI registry. It is assumed that the new IEC series standard will describe how to encode and decode S objects and attributes in order that they can be transferred over existing IEC interfaces.
Further it is assumed that this encoding and decoding process might be similar to what is currently defined for onboard AIS transponders i.
An open issue is if there is a need to have a domain owner to maintain the interfaces related items in S GI registry. Justification and Impacts The process will have positive impact for the implementation of the e-Navigation. Such equipments are in the core of implementation of the e-Navigation. The SQA does not solve anything for shipborne segment, because manufacturers for shipborne segment are already based on IEC required to have certified quality management system: ISO or equivalent.
If more than generic ISO is required for shipborne segment then the most natural add on is the ISO , which specifies rules how to apply generic rules of ISO for software quality management.
Quality management is an issue for shore segment and distribution segment as they have today no obligation to have any certified quality management. The conclusion focuses on service.
The service should be understood including all actors in the service chain: data source, data distribution and onboard use of data. The SLM of the service chain should set rules for example for application of certified quality systems, application of quality assurance tests in data production, how each party informs others for any change, how long is transition period for a change in the service chain, what to do with legacy systems in any part of the service chain, how to inform end of life for service or system, how to inform end of keeping service, system or equipment up-to-date for latest rules, etc.
The establishing of SLM is justified as a method to address quality control for e-Navigation. The impact is overall improvement of the quality and service experience by the end users.
The Redline version is not an official document, it is available in English only and provides you with a quick and easy way to compare all the changes between the official IEC Standard and its previous edition. IEC E specifies the performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results of equipment conforming to performance standards not inferior to those adopted by the IMO in resolution MSC. The requirements of this standard are not intended to prevent the use of new techniques in equipment and systems, provided the facilities offered are not inferior to those stated. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - updated references are provided to IHO publications and test methods are updated to IHO test data sets; - requirements have been added for display of radar and AIS information; - new interface requirements have been added for BNWAS, VDR, BAM, MSI, INS and route transfer; - a requirement for an anchor watch has been added; - additional test methods are specified for operation of ECDIS beyond the normal range between 85 degrees South latitude and 85 degrees North latitude.
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RTZ What new enhancements can the user expect to see? The improved functionality will act as an enhancement to the Safety of Navigation and will include consistent use of Symbols and Abbreviations. We can expect to see more standardization of displays, vocabulary and operational functionality, regarding Alarm Categorization and Alarm Visualization, for example. In addition, these new changes bring about enhanced security which is a key focus in our industry. This will help to make alarm management more acceptable on the bridge for mariners which will help to enhance safety.