NautoSteer Advanced Steering Control
The NautoSteer® AS Advanced Steering Control System is designed accordingly to fail to safe principles. All components of the steering control system are connected via reliable CAN-bus technology.
NautoSteer Advanced Steering control is a sophisticated steering control system for customers that require reliability, safety and an outstanding functional range.
NautoSteer Advanced Steering control provides important safety features such as wire break monitoring, steering failure monitoring and data integrity monitoring as a standard. Two independent steering modes, “NFU Direct” and “Main” provide a fallback position in emergency situations and allow fast and safe decision making when time is crucial.
The operator benefits from a user-friendly and intuitive design of all system components and from advanced functions like a central alarm reset and central dimming or take-over of steering control positions.
Facts & Features
- Proven Anschütz steering performance
- Built-in reliability with CAN-bus technology
- Switch-over between two independent steering modes
- Fail to safe principle with integrated steering failure and wirebreak monitoring
- Integrated data integrity monitoring
- Comfortable operation with take-over or give-over of steering control positions
- Intuitive and harmonized design of all components
- Flexible integration of further steering controls such as Joystick or DP systems
- Ease of installation with simplified wiring and computer-based commissioning
The NautoSteer AS Advanced Steering Control System consists of modular system architecture and fulfils individual customer requirements for any type of steering control system.
NautoSteer Advanced Steering control can be used for all vessels with single and double rudders, follow-up and non-follow-up steering controls and on vessels with fore and aft bridges or fore and aft workstations. Dynamic Positioning and Joystick systems can be integrated seamlessly.
At shipyards the new NautoSteer AS steering control eases installation with easier wiring of power and bus connections, less cabling as well as quicker PC-based commissioning and system set-up.