Furuno MFDBB NavNet 3D
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Furuno MFDBB NavNet 3D, the Furuno MFDBB world of onboard navigation systems has evolved. Furuno’s dedication to deliver the best marine electronics has led to the most innovative, powerful solution for onboard navigation ever. Furuno MFDBB units feature pre-loaded charts for the US including Hawaii and Alaska powered by Maxsea.
Furuno’s NavNet 3D is a groundbreaking new navigation system that breathes new life into the user interface. Once you start using NavNet 3D, you will be amazed at how a system so powerful can be so simple to use. NavNet 3D comes fully loaded with groundbreaking new features that will expand your navigational horizons.
NavNet 3D uses a cutting-edge technology we’ve named “Time Zero.” Time Zero facilitates instant chart redraw, allowing for zooming in and out, changing chart display modes and other chart handling functions seamlessly and with no lag at all. Time Zero brings you a truly seamless navigation environment you have to experience to believe.
Chart scaling without limitation
Pre-loaded with NOAA raster chart library for entire U.S. coastline including Alaska and Hawaii
TimeZero™ technology facilitates instant chart redraw, allowing zooming in and out, chart panning, changing chart display modes and other chart handling functions seamlessly and with no lag time
Full Time 3D chart rendering. Choose a 2D top-down view of the navigation chart for a traditional chart plotting presentation, or choose to pan and zoom the chart to any angle at any range scale you choose
Pan the chart using the scroll pad, and then instantly return to own ship at the touch of a single dedicated key
Zoom seamlessly and continuously to whatever chart scale you desire - TimeZero™ architecture allows you to seamlessly zoom in or out to the exact magnification level you like without steps or limitations
No “3D mode” to change into and no waiting - NavNet 3D operates in a 3D environment full-time
Fuse satellite photography with raster or vector chart information. Land areas (zero depth) are completely opaque, so that these areas are displayed as high-resolution satellite photos on the chart. As the depth increases, the satellite photography becomes more transparent so that you will know where the shallows end and the deeper water starts, while allowing the raster or vector chart to be visible
More than 12,000 ship's track points and over 2,000 waypoints
200 planned routes, with up to 100 waypoints/route
Preloaded tides & currents
Built-in ARPA processor can simultaneously acquire and track up to 30 targets (with appropriate sensor)
AIS tracking when connected to AIS receiver
True color depth shading utilizing bathymetric data
Standard video input and outputs