Department of Parks and Wildlife
recieves New SIMRAD NSO EVO2® navigation system.
Mandurah Marine Electrical was proud to commission a 9m Government vessel for the DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND WILDLIFE. The Preston Craft vessel has been fitted with the latest SIMRAD technologies including the New NSO EVO2® systems.
THE FLEET VESSEL
Simon Noble, as the Western Australian certified SIMRAD technitian reported it being a necessary upgrade for the park vessel enabling more effiency in navigation needs. The technology has to facilitate the highly specialised work being done on the water, the system is the nerve centre for navigation, tracking and monitoring systems enabling the work done by the Department's team being essential in keeping marine officers operational and safe at sea. The vessel is commissioned to service the Western Australian coast.
The package for the 9m Vessel System includes:
- 1 x NSO EVO2 processor
- 2 x MO16-Touch glass bridge touch screens
- 1 x OP40 control panel
- 1 x SG05 auto pilot can bus
- 1 x Structure scan module with dual thru hull transducers
- 1 x SS60-20
- 1 x BSM sounder module
- 1 x RS35 Vhf with HS wireless remote and Load hailer
- 1 x AI50 AIS class B display