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These have been updated to reflect lessons learned from earlier reports of unexpected chart behaviour on some ECDIS. The updated versions of the standards are a significant contribution from the IHO toward supporting navigational safety by ensuring that all identified ambiguities and inconsistencies relating to the display of Electronic Navigational Charts ENCs by ECDIS have been iiec.
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Clear and unambiguous presentation of features that require an indication highlight.
New standardized symbols have been added 6174 identify where automatic ENC updates have been applied. Ensures the mariner is aware of updates that have been applied automatically to their ENCs.
New symbol to indicate where in the ENC features with temporal attributes are located.
Will allow mariners to quickly identify where features that have temporal attributes are located, such as seasonal buoys, traffic separation schemes etc. A means for the mariner to insert a date or date range within the ECDIS to display date dependent features.
Will allow the mariner the ability to plan and check routes, viewing the conditions they will encounter on a given date or time period in the future.
In certain circumstances mariners must navigate across the safety contour, this change allows the mariner the flexibility to navigate in shoal areas with iev without the isolated danger symbol displaying on the ENC. If provided, the hover-over function speeds up the process of ENC enquiry by the mariner. The new guidance ensures that the hover-over function does not result in the ENC presentation becoming obscured. Provides the mariner with tidal data in a form that is similar to the paper chart equivalent.
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Allows the mariner to navigate to an anchorage without the need to repeatedly interrogate each idc on the ENC by:. Presenting the name of fairway on the ENC for quick identification of location.
Ensures all ECDIS present pick report information in a consistent manner, reducing training needs and improving safety at sea. The names of these viewing groups have been standardized.
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Detecting the Safety Contour: Mandatory selector for the display of the shallow water kec. Changes to S display provisions: Allows the mariner to navigate to an anchorage without the need to repeatedly interrogate each area on the ENC by: Presenting the name of fairway on the ENC for quick identification of location; 2.
Presenting a graphical indication on the ENC to give mariners the ability to easily select the nautical publication feature using the pick report.