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The innovative Hatteland Display 55” Ultra High Definition Chart & Planning table will be on show at IWBS 2016 this week

Hatteland Display at International Workboat Show 2016

Hatteland Display are highlighting its diverse portfolio of maritime displays and panel computers on its booth (#1658) at the International Workboat Show 2016 (IWBS 2016) this week.

Headquartered in Norway and with its US office in Vista, California, Hatteland Display is a leading developer of displays and computers for workboats, ships and offshore vessel bridge and automation systems. The company is expecting a busy IWBS 2016, following significant recent sales growth and the expansion of its portfolio with a unique flagship 4K display system and developments within its market-leading Panel Computer range.

 

55” Ultra High Definition Chart & Planning table

 

The centrepiece of Hatteland Display’s IWBS 2016 booth will be the 55” Ultra High Definition Chart & Planning table, which introduces a new approach for a wide variety of workboat and ship bridge applications including ECDIS, Radar and Voyage Planning. Integrating cutting-edge flat panel technology, the clarity, colour range, size and 4K resolution of Hatteland Display’s 55” Ultra High Definition Chart & Planning table are enablers of safer navigation and future maritime bridge design. Features of Hatteland Display’s new UHD maritime display system include Touch Screen operation, multi data input, built in On-Screen Display (OSD) and the option to be supplied calibrated for ECDIS.

 

Series X portfolio

 

Alongside its flagship maritime display system, Hatteland Display will also show its Series X portfolio, including 15”, 19” & 24” models. The Series X display range is a flexible monitor solution designed and type approved for the professional maritime segment, where reliability and long life are key pre-requisites for the industry. With models available from 8” up to 26” widescreen, Series X displays feature Glass Display Control™, LED Backlight Technology, full dimming and multipower as standard, and can also accomodate and combine a number of options such as multi-touch screen, optical bonding and ECDIS calibration for 26” models.

 

Panel Computers

 

Hatteland Display’s Panel Computers, which integrate the company’s powerful computer technology with its leading maritime displays will also be in focus at IWBS 2016. Panel Computers allow equipment manufacturers and system integrators to introduce their own cost reduction programs, achieving significant savings while retaining the same power and display quality as a traditional display and separate PC configuration. With Hatteland Display’s Series X Panel Computers, including the 24” and 13.3” on show at IWBS 2016, savings on procurement and installation combine with more freedom in system design as the computer and display are a single unit.

“Hatteland Display is the leading provider of marine displays for integrators and dealers in the US and Canadian commercial maritime market,” said David C Neal, Sales Director – Americas, Hatteland Display AS. “In addition to being the main supplier of maritime displays for the US Coast Guard fleet, we are the preferred supplier for a variety of commercial ships including offshore supply vessels, inland waterways tugs and barges, cruise ships and ferries. Our systems are used on a wide variety of workboats and we are looking forward to showing our latest developments at IWBS 2016.”

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