Meet us at Europort

Set sail to the JRC – Alphatron stand at Europort this year to discover the newest-generation products featuring a beautiful and harmonized design.

The oceans and ships canals are essential to transportation, as ships move most of the world’s goods between the world’s seaports. Ships often require sailing under adverse and hostile environmental conditions where robust and technically advanced navigation and communication equipment is essential.

JRC is a leading innovator, supplier and manufacturer of these technologically advanced products that merchant, fishing and leisure vessels rely on for safe navigation.

Our JRC products set the new standard for goal-oriented work and high performance. The simplified menu structures, visual appeal and intuitive usage are of great importance on the ships bridge, a working and living environment of thousands of ships officers on a day-to-day basis.

Our products exhibited, include among others, the new MF/HF radiotelephone, featuring a built-in 6-channel DSC as standard and advanced digital audio amplifier. The modular design allows for a flexible installation approach.

JRC will show the new (D)GPS navigator, which includes the 3D highway display mode and you can use Great Circle and Rhumb line in the same route. It also integrates four configurable NMEA ports and the advanced LAN connection facilitates interswitching.

We will show the FB250 and FB500. The FleetBroadband family is the latest-generation maritime communication solution from JRC. It is compactly designed, easy to install and puts high-speed connectivity right at your fingertips – delivered globally1 using Inmarsat’s highly reliable satellite network.

The Remote Maintenance System (RMS) will also be showed, which is a system designed to remotely monitor onboard equipment, reducing down time and service miscarriage by failure analysis, allowing immediate and cost-effective advice for onboard action. Click here to find out more.

Get to see all our products in hall 3, stand 405.

3-6 November 2009

  1. Coverage restriction for the extreme polar regions apply.