by Hatteland Technology
29 Nov 2017
Next generation display technology for workboat bridges offers higher resolutions and new capabilities for multi-data integration 

International Workboat Show 2017, New Orleans, 29 November 2017 - Hatteland Display, the leading global provider of display and computer solutions for professional maritime use is highlighting next generation bridge system technology for workboats in New Orleans this week. Visitors to its International Workboat Show booth (#1558) can see the unique Series X 55" Ultra High Definition Chart & Planning Table in action alongside a selection of Series X Generation 2 (G2) displays, designed to help bridge system integrators develop new, safer and more effective navigation and operational solutions.

Hatteland Display is also sharing its Workboat 2017 booth with fellow Embron Group company, Elektronix, enabling live demonstrations of its high-end camera technology interconnected with the latest computers and displays. The combination of Elektronix and Hatteland Display technology is highly relevant to workboats as it enables customers to source CCTV and displays from a single reliable supplier, ensuring a cost effective way to support improved safety and efficiency for on-deck workers in any conditions.

As the largest standalone, Type Approved 4K resolution display system for ECDIS and bridge applications, Hatteland Display's flagship system will be its Workboat 2017 centrepiece. Featuring the most screen space available in any maritime display, it enables technology developers to provide multi-data interfaces to ensure users have access to everything they need from diverse sensors and control systems all in one place. For workboats, the system can combine data and video feeds to provide a central place on the bridge for both vessel navigation and maneuvering, and operational tasks. 

The unique Series X 55 inch Ultra High Definition Chart & Planning Table acts as a central focus for navigation and operations on workboat bridges. - Download High-Resolution photo 


Hatteland Display's G2 Series X Maritime Multi Displays (MMD) are also in focus in New Orleans. Based on the popular Series X product range already used by leading bridge systems manufacturers and integrators worldwide, Hatteland Display's second-generation Series X introduces improvements designed to enable cost effective and reliable installation and operation in modern bridge systems and other operational technology. Available in sizes from 8'' to 55'', the portfolio offers complete flexibility, while Full HD resolution and premium panel technology deliver a crystal-clear picture regardless of display size.

"Workboats are a key market for Hatteland Display so we are looking forward to sharing our latest developments with owners and operators in New Orleans this year," said Trond K. Johannessen, President and CEO, Hatteland Display. "Considering the sheer diversity in the size, design and application of workboats its important for us to offer a flexible portfolio so systems integrators can design bridge solutions tailored to each and every vessel. On board, our systems provide easy access to the controls and sensor data needed by professional workboat crews to operate their vessels safely and efficiently."

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--- About Hatteland Display ---
Based at a brand-new HQ in Aksdal, Norway, Hatteland Display is the leading global provider of display and computer solutions for professional maritime use. Its products are used for navigation, automation, positioning, monitoring etc, and are delivered to system integrators worldwide. The company has approximately 150 employees with offices in Norway, Germany, France, USA as well as agents in Asia, Australia, Canada, Russia and USA. For 2015, the company reported revenues just under NOK 400 million. See www.hatteland-display.com for more information.

--- Media Enquiries from Hatteland Display ---
Trond K. Johannessen
President & CEO
Contact: +47 9159 6688

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