bsb_headupCEACT improves operational efficiency and situational awareness with all information you need to safely navigate. The new CEACT version 2.6.10 is now available and comes with a bunch of improvements.

The new CEACT 2.6.10 introduces a modernized user interface for enhanced readability in all ambient conditions, and more user friendliness in general.

It helps the river pilot to safely navigate and focus on the most relevant data which helps preventing accidents.

bsb_headup2Advanced chart rendering allows faster loading and display of the respective chart which remarkably optimizes the application. Users will also benefit from the fully automatic CPA function which includes different types of calculation for rivers, channels and offshore. With extended support of BSB charts including head-up display CEACT becomes more powerful in remote areas not yet covered by ENCs.

Together with the well-established and widely shared Western River Chart package, weekly updates, and the USACE´s buoy overlays, CEACT continues to significantly increase the safety on board.

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About SevenCs

SevenCs GmbH is a software house that develops software for the maritime navigation industry. Its key products include the EC2007 ECDIS Kernel, used by OEMs around the world for navigationally correct chart display, ENC digital chart production tools used by hydrographic offices and other chart producers, plus ECS navigation software for specialist applications, such as portable pilot units and CEACT.

About CEACT Information Systems, Inc.

Founded in 1999 and situated in Wayne County, WV, CEACTTM stands for Channel ECDIS, AIS & Course Trajectory and is navigation software that is specifically designed for professional towboats and workboat operations within the confined waterways of the US inland river system. The first CEACTTM system took two years of intense effort to develop and was launched in 2001.

Based on its unique combination of inland waterway and towboat features that saves user money and also enhances safety, CEACTTM has become not only one of the leading inland navigation systems in the US. It is used by leading barge companies and utilized internationally on inland river systems in Latin America and South East Asia.

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