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Msc 79/23/add.2 Annex Resolution Msc.192(79) (adopted
msc 79/23/add.2 annex resolution msc.192(79) (adopted
tuning) for the detection of SARTs; and the role of the CCRP for radar measurements and its specific value. Manufacturer’s Documentation

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Msc 79/23/add.2 Annex 34 Resolution Msc.192(79) (adopted On 6
msc 79/23/add.2 annex 34 resolution msc.192(79) (adopted on 6
The radar equipment should assist in safe navigation and in avoiding collision by providing an indication, in relation to own ship, of the position of other surface craft, obstructions and hazards, navigation objects and shorelines. For this purpose, radar should provide the integration and display of radar video, target tracking information, positional data derived from own ship’s position (EPFS) and geo referenced data. The integration and display of AIS information should be provided to complement .

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Resolution Msc.192(79) Annex 34, Revised Performance - Msc 79/23
resolution msc.192(79) annex 34, revised performance - msc 79/23
The radar equipment should assist in safe navigation and in avoiding collision by providing an indication, in relation to own ship, of the position of other surface craft, obstructions and hazards, navigation objects and shorelines. For this purpose, radar should provide the integration and display of radar video, target tracking information, positional data derived from own ship’s position (EPFS) and geo referenced data. The integration and display of AIS information should be provided to complement .

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Resolution Msc.192(79) - Msc 79/23/add.2 Annex 34 Resolution Msc
resolution msc.192(79) - msc 79/23/add.2 annex 34 resolution msc
The radar equipment should assist in safe navigation and in avoiding collision by providing an indication, in relation to own ship, of the position of other surface craft, obstructions and hazards, navigation objects and shorelines. For this purpose, radar should provide the integration and display of radar video, target tracking information, positional data derived from own ship’s position (EPFS) and geo referenced data. The integration and display of AIS information should be provided to complement .

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Msc.193(79) - Msc 79/23/add.4 Annex 40 Resolution Msc.193(79
msc.193(79) - msc 79/23/add.4 annex 40 resolution msc.193(79
For more than 100 years cargoes have been shipped in bulk. However, in recent years there has been an increased variation in bulk cargoes carried by sea, which now constitute a significant proportion of international seaborne trade. Millions of tonnes of cargoes such as coals, concentrates, grains, fertilizers, animal foodstuffs, minerals and ores - are shipped in bulk by sea every year. While the vast majority of these shipments are made without incident, there have been a number of serious casualties, .

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