Radio Holland shows integrated solutions at Europort Maritime
Radio Holland will be present at the upcoming edition of Europort Maritime, stand no. 1220, in the largest and most popular hal no. 1 of Ahoy. This time Radio Holland’s presentation will be focussed on complete bridge systems. Uniquely, there will not be separate standalone equipment on Radio Holland’s stand. All equipment will be built into four unique innovative bridges, which show the various possibilities Radio Holland offers to realize complete concepts of modern, advanced and innovative integrated technology on board of ships, for various applications. All concepts are tailormade and can be adjusted according to customer’s requirements and specific wishes. The total solution shown at the Radio Holland stand is completed with global service, connectivity, SVDR installations and maintenance contracts.
Radio Holland will show an eyecatching inland shipping console, an innovative workboat bridge, a complete deepsea integrated bridge and an efficient console specifically for the fishing industry. Next to this, Radio Holland will launch its latest VSAT broadband service CONNECTOR by Radio Holland at Europort and will also focus on Global Service, specifically on the various managed services agreements which an increasing number of shipowners worldwide conclude with Radio Holland. Another topic is the installation packages of the Danelec (S)VDR, for which Radio Holland Group is exclusive dealer globally. The presentation will be supported by the introduction of Radio Holland’s new global website, www.radiohollandgroup.com.
Various concepts and compositions of bridge systems
Radio Holland’s aim at Europort is to show visitors the various concepts and compositions of bridge systems. Each bridge system can be tailormade and created by the shipping company. The deepsea bridge for example will contain the BlueLine concept, designed by Imtech Marine & Offshore, which is a fully automated, innovative way to integrated your bridge in a compact way. There are also more (semi) conventional ways to create a bridge, which are also shown by Radio Holland, whereby the visitor can compare the various possibilities. The inland shipping console shows the latest innovative electronics, all under beautiful glass panels, such as the PADpilot and Sigma Conning. The workboat console is a presentation showing the latest designs and possibilities for this maritime segment, combining an eyecatching presentation with efficiency of operations. The fishing bridge shows most electronic and fishery applications on innovative maritime Hatteland screens, such as the Marport net control system and the latest sonar-, echosounder and electronic chartplotter systems.
Radio Holland standno. 1220, hall no. 1.