electronic navigation


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electronic navigation

[i‚lek′trän·ik nav·ə′gā·shən]
(navigation)
Navigation by means of any electronic device or instrument.
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Inland ECDIS is a standard for display of electronic navigation charts in inland navigation and can be used in navigation and information mode.
RNO vessels are equipped with efficient combat systems and modern electronic navigation systems.
Musani's personal experience with the superDimension i-Logic electronic navigation bronchoscopy system has been quite favorable.
There is enough detail in the maps and printed directions that, especially with electronic navigation devices today, the traveller can locate each site with relative ease.
He came back and took away a sat-nasystem and electronic navigation charts that he also asked us to fit but we hadn't been able to.
"He came back to the front desk and decided to take away a marine sat-nav system and some electronic navigation charts he had also asked us to fit but which we hadn't had time to do.
Furthermore, the decision for Lido RouteManual puts transavia.com in an ideal position to take advantage of Lufthansa Systems' electronic navigation charts (Lido eRouteManual) in the future.
Virginia was the first sub to shift from paper to electronic navigation. Instead of approving paper charts, the commanding officer currently approves navigation charts on his laptop.
Flying from one VOR to another along an airway has been the most common form of electronic navigation. With GPS or Loran equipment, we simply plug in the destination and hit the direct key.
The coast guard is also planning to develop a low-cost version of an automatic identification system (AIS) that feeds and receives information about the ship equipped with it -- such as its name, location and speed, given that the electronic navigation support system would require information fed by an AIS, the sources said.
The CD-ROM allows electronic navigation through the checklist.
It also holds the video camera, and the electronic navigation, control, and guidance systems.

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