ECDIS & Navigation
For over 70 years, CAIM has dedicated its efforts to supply the maritime market with Paper Charts and Official Publications.
A constant focus on the Customers’ needs with top quality support and services is the key factor of CAIM’s success.
New data, new regulations and technologies require advanced and dedicated services.
Its main features:
NaviGate Route Planner is a perfect complementary planning station to your ECDIS. Displaying all the necessary data without cluttering the ECDIS screen, the navigator can plan his route according to ECDIS requirements and order all navigational data necessary for a safe and compliant voyage.
NaviGate provides full weather reports for all your needs in high quality data delivered by EPSON. NaviGate gives the sailor a tool to store and show most of the needed navigational data for a safe and compliant navigation, thanks to our extensive experience in building the CMS Outfit and Chart Management System and the use of cutting-edge software development technologies.
• ADP Official Services
• Route Optimization
• Pay As You Sail
Born from the pre-existing MARIS ECDIS-900, CAIM ECDIS 900 is an IMO-type approved navigation system, designed for use aboard SOLAS vessels subject to ECDIS carriage mandates.
Easy to use with a standard Windows PC Interface, the ECDIS900 delivers precise navigation with comprehensive route planning and optimization tools, integrated chart management and ordering, radar overlay, and optional, customizable conning display.
When you choose our ECDIS solution, you will get a lifetime warranty and access to our 24/7 support for the duration of your subscription.
The CAIM ECDIS900 is IMO type approved/IEC61174:2008 Ed3 compliant for use on all SOLAS ships and other vessels that must carry an Electronic Chart Display and Information System under the ECDIS Carriage Mandate. Under SOLAS amendments all existing large passenger, tanker, and cargo ships will be obliged to fit ECDIS on a rolling timetable that began in July 2012 and ended in July 2018. All new passenger ships over 500gt, tankers over 3,000gt, and cargo ships over 3,000gt are required to carry an ECDIS system.
The CAIM ECDIS900 is also designed to comply with additional regulations set by Flag States, Port State Control, and the OCIMF Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE).
Current Software version: 188.8.131.52
Why Choose ECDIS with CAIM?
As navigation experts, our aim is to offer a simple and easy to use system. CAIM wants to guarantee to its clients an always increasing safe navigation. By choosing our ECDIS solution, you will become our partner: this creates a transparent environment and no surprise costs.
Our rental solution offers a key benefit: rather than an initial huge investment and different extra costs during ECDIS lifetime, you pay a small monthly fee which includes EVERYTHING. CAIM designed its ECDIS in order to guarantee a very simple installation, which can be performed by everyone, at no extra cost.
Our highly trained 24/7 team can help you solve all your issues at no extra cost.
No Hardware costs
Dual compliant ECDIS
No Hardware costs
Dual compliant ECDIS
Required UKHO digital products included
CAIM’s ECDIS for your Back-Up
ECDIS is a more and more widespread solution for navigation. However, many vessels retain non-mandatory Paper Charts as a good solution for Emergency Situations.
CAIM helps your digital transition, replacing paper charts backup with an always up-to-date third ECDIS.
Advantages of ECDIS as Back-Up
• The vessel can easily reach the nearest port or pilot station, without additional stress
• Always up-to-date with your main navigational systems
• Independent power supply. It works in case of failure
• Save time and money
CAIM’s solutions includes UKHO digital products covering all your needs:
1. Up-to-date AVCS
2. Digital NtMs
3. ADP viewer (ADTT; ADLL, ADRS)
4. ADMIRALTY AENP reader
5. Digital IMO publications
• Communications/GMDSS, VTS
• Engine Room
• HV ELECTRIC PANELS AND SWICTH
• Crisis Management / Fleet
• Formation Management
• Liquid Cargo handling
• Lifeboat operations
• Deck Helicopter operations
Simulators allow training in both standard procedures and emergencies, developing professional skills and consolidating previously obtained theoretical knowledge.