Offshore Systems will return to METS, this time in the Superyacht Pavilion, exhibiting its newly enhanced BlackGlass display system, which will be presented as a single, elegant full-width glass panel. The integrated matched display systems represent the width of a vessel’s bridge.
 
Behind the seamless graphics that convey the ship’s data is an extensive network of sensors and controls that represents the whole of the vessel, from fuel and engine information to water and security systems.
 
However, Offshore Systems is presenting itself as a provider of full system solutions. A bridge system like the one on display is available with 15”, 22” and 21.5” screen
sizes and every one of them is custom made to fit the vessel’s helm shape.

Offshore Systems continually adds new products into the sensor system. Two such features are a 'Pressure Sensor' range, and a cabin temperature gauge, which have just been added to the range, as the company goes to METS.
 

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