Wednesday, 14 May 2014

(Latest News) Seall New Website Announcement

We are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website!

The new website is designed to maximise the efficiency and convenience for visitors to our website, and allow them to access and navigate information as accurate and quick as possible.

Especially, the new ‘Download’ page, which was not supported in the previous version, has been added. It is where visitors can go and directly download all Seall products’ trials as well as product brochures in there. Plus, we also updated our ‘Support’ page by adding a page for Seall video tutorials. 

The  new 'Download' page has been added.

Check out our video tutorials on the 'Support page'

We hope you find the new website has a fresh look, is easy to use and is informative. 

Please send us your feedback: info@jargoon.co.uk or visit our new website today!


Tuesday, 29 April 2014

(E-Navigation) Enhance mariner’s safety with Seall Passage Planner's risk assessment report


The smart e-navigation software is designed to overlay multiple vital data such as AIO or Navarea warnings directly on top of ENCs in order to give a wide range of navigational information to the mariner prior to/during a voyage. In addition, Seall Passage Planner produces a unique colour coded risk assessment  report’

All risks in the report are identified and highlighted in the geographical order that they occur. This means that the mariner can proceed along the planned course line. The colour code gives clearer classification of the various risk types as each colour represents a specific hazard.  This report can be directly printed off as a hard copy and can be used as a part of the Seall passage planner note book.


The following options are available to be listed in the risk report:

         VTS(Vessel Traffic System),
         Environmental,
         AIO,
         Nav Warnings,
         Mobile Drilling Rig


Seall Passage Planner produces a colour-coded report





Wednesday, 26 March 2014

(Latest Update) What Is New?


It is always exciting to preview what is coming next. The innovative dynamic passage planner received lots of attention since its launch, and there have been a number of key updates to elevate Seall Passage Planner further.

With the latest updates, Seall Passage Planner now provides essential nautical information by integrating new features: Piracy overlay, Weather Overlay, Mobile Drilling Rigs updates, Navarea Warnings, and AIS(Automatic Identification System).

Seall Passage Planner marks AIO on ENC


These features are all designed with the aim of delivering ‘simplicity’ and ‘security’ for a safe voyage. As many of us are understandably aware, passage planning is a very complex task. Seall simplifies the complicated process by optimising the navigation requirements efficiently.
To secure safety at sea, up-to-date maritime warnings are crucial. Seall Passage Planner now provides critical data such as Navarea Warnings, and AIS. The navigator can access the latest warnings and vessel tracking data such as AIO, and T&P Notice to Mariners within the system, and create safe routes along with existing overlays on ENCs. Any hazards or dangerous areas can be marked and recorded clearly in Seall Passage Planner, and then they can be exported in a paper report or computer file with the passage plan. AIS integration enables the mariner to indicate vessels traffic in any areas within the coverage of the Hub’s traffic tracking service and help avoid areas of traffic congestion in advance.

Piracy warning reports are collated and updated every 24 hours by the ICC(the International Chamber of Commerce). In Seall Passage Planner, Piracy warnings will be marked around the route alerting the mariner that the areas have been attacked by armed pirates.

Piracy Warning Overlay


Navigators also need to take the weather forecast into account before planning a route. The weather overlay function allows a mariner to observe the weather information such as wind direction, atmospheric pressure, and bands of rain for the next five days and help to find the most efficient passage for a safe voyage.

Weather  Update Overlay

Lastly, Seall Passage Planner also provides an interesting feature called ‘Mobile drilling rig overlay’.  A navigator can mark down the position of the oil rig along the intended route or track to help avoid any unwanted crash or accident or events. 




Monday, 10 March 2014

(E-Navigation) PRIMAR Free Updates Available in Seall Passage Planner


Jargoon is pleased to announce that online update for PRIMAR is available for use now in Seall Passage Planner. 

In the previous version, AVCS and NOAA updates were the only available for online updates and for updating PRIMAR, a user had to use update data CD/DVD. With the latest update, all updates for AVCS, NOAA, and PRIMAR can be completely online at free of charge.
  
To try Seall Passage Planner, please follow the link to download FREE Trial today!




Monday, 24 February 2014

(E-Navigation) Seall Passage Planner, New Features On The Way


Many mariners fully understand the importance of a solid passage plan. In fact, navigators spend hours and hours to make sure that they are fully equipped with all the requirements prior to the voyage.

The preparation phase such for passage planning therefore is crucial and essential for SAFE journey to your destination.
However, as many mariners are aware and agree, there are always unwelcoming events waiting at sea such as bad weather or the menace of piracy. This is where high IT technology comes into its own.

Seall Passage Planner, versatile software for passage planning has revealed its new development plan. The new features include Weather Overlays and Piracy Updates which are expected to be due by early next month.  

The weather overlay feature is designed to forecast and display the next five-day weather forecast and any related nautical information. The piracy updates will provide the recent reports & updates for a mariner and previous piracy history on specific areas.

The further detailed information regarding the features will be updated on later this month on Seall blog.