ChartWorld has announced the successful launch of its innovative Information Overlay (CIO+) data service for Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS models.
CIO+ is ChartWorld’s market-leading data service designed to enhance the safety of navigation and ensure compliance with the latest maritime regulations. With this latest extension, Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS users can now have the advanced features CIO+ automatically integrated into their onboard systems.
ChartWorld CEO, Steven Schootbrugge, said “We are excited to extend the capabilities of CIO+ to users of Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS models. This integration represents our commitment to providing the global maritime industry with advanced solutions that improve navigation efficiency, ensure compliance with regulations, and contribute to overall safety at sea. ChartWorld is dedicated to innovation and excellence in the delivery of state-of-the-art maritime IT solutions.”
The CIO+ data is accessible in the Tokyo Keiki ECDIS User Chart format and can be overlaid in the ECDIS and made available through the ‘Pick Report’ selection.
The source data for CIO+ includes the T&P NtM, published by UKHO, and data supplemented with the local T&P from China, India, Columbia, and Denmark. Navigational Warnings from each NAVAREA Co-Ordinator and Warnings from more than 150 Coastal and Local authorities are included and are updated daily.
Key Features of CIO+ for Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS:
Enhanced Navigation Safety: CIO+ leverages state-of-the-art algorithms and real-time data to provide precise navigation information, ensuring safer journeys for vessels equipped with Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS.
Comprehensive Regulatory Compliance: ChartWorld’s CIO+ ensures that vessels using Tokyo Keiki EC9000 and EC8100/8600 ECDIS remain compliant with the Intertanko Guide to Safe Navigation (including ECDIS) and OCIMF 2.0. The service delivers safety-critical data to align with industry standards, reducing the risk of non-compliance.