digital chart

digital chart

[′dij·əd·əl ′chärt]
(navigation)
A navigational chart encoded in a computer-usable format and used, in combination with electronic devices, to produce a computer-generated video display which provides the navigator with an accurate pictorial presentation of the information normally gathered from a paper chart. Also known as electronic chart.
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A digital chart designed for meeting rooms to replace whiteboards.
Jeppesen cultural data provides depiction of multiple objects and boundaries that enhance situational awareness when viewing digital chart information.
The company began producing its own VFR sectional and terminal area charts just as the market began shifting to digital chart use.
With a compatible Humminbird GPS unit, fishermen such as John and Scott may now highlight a series of waypoints or routes on a digital chart, and then direct the trolling motor to work that line--in forward or reverse, today, tomorrow, or even next year.
This normally comprises of the measurement of the pH, temperature and flow of the effluent stream and the logging of this data into a suitable logging device, such as a digital chart recorder.
FAA, industry to meet on future digital chart costs The Federal Aviation Administration's decision to begin charging for digital chart products and distribute them only to individuals and companies that have an agreement with the agency's AeroNav Products branch beginning April 5, 2012, has sparked concern throughout the general aviation industry.
According to DBT head Jochen Rudolph, the deal is part of the company's strategy to develop a "new concept for integrated ECDIS and digital chart data services aimed at the SOLAS retrofit market".
The new functionality covers introduction of the tactical data link systems Link-11 and Link-16, digital chart systems, automatic radar tracking and an automatic identification system.
Thanks to Kinepolis, little Belgium ranks third in Europe's digital chart with 65 screens, but major territories such as France, Spain and Italy lag.
Mobile music downloads are fairly low at present, in comparison to web downloads through services such as iTunes and Napster, with 86% of legal digital chart music downloads accounted for by Internet purchases.
However, once the Digital Chart of the World (DCW) was released in 1993 (a digital version of our 1:1,000,000 base series), MapQuest produced all the maps at that scale and smaller on computer.
Registered users have free access to high-resolution vector maps for their own country or region extracted from the Digital Chart of the World.

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