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  • Nuno goes worldwide

    If you’ve been sailing UK waters with Nuno Navigator, you’ll be pleased to see that you can pop across the Channel now, or indeed across the Atlantic!

    The Nuno Navigator team have announced access to a full set of professional grade ENC charts, now within the reach of leisure sailors and workboat owners.

    As well as the included chart packs, boaters can choose and buy the chart coverage they need, based on their route, directly within Nuno. Charts are automatically downloaded, installed, and updated every week to make sure every copy of Nuno has the very latest data, collected by the world’s hydrographic offices.

    You can find out more at http://nunonavigator.com

  • Henry version 6.13 released

    A new version of Henry has been released, it includes

    • Improved overlay of S-57 data on ARCS charts.
    • Import and export of xlsx files using Henry Overlay Tool.
    • More options for the display of S-57 names and labels on the chart.
    • The settings for the display of chart catalogue outlines on charts are now persisted.
    • Fleet Tracking improvements.

    Details of recent changes can be found at

    http://support.chersoft.co.uk/index.php?title=Henry_Help

    Customers with a current support agreement have been contacted  about downloading the new version.

    You can trial this release by downloading the demonstration version from

    http://www.chersoft.co.uk/resources/HenryDemo.exe

  • Major upgrade of TdB has been completed by SHOM

    A major upgrade of TdB has been completed by the Service hydrographique et océanographique de la marine (SHOM). The upgrade to CherSoft’s TdB version 2.5 provides a complete workflow for managing all of SHOM’s Tidal Stream data in addition to the existing Tide Height data that has been managed using TdB since 2010.

    The new tidal stream facilities in TdB include

    •   Management of multi depth Eulerian tidal stream data and meta data and reference ports
    •   Data import from point and profiling stream gauges
    •   Quality assurance for tidal stream data
    •   Numerous types of graphical display of tidal stream data
    •   Creation of tidal diamond data for display on charts
    •   Scales to support thousands of tidal steam stations
    •   Display of all sites in context on ENC charts

    TdB 2.5 also supports the management of  tidal height data from thousands of tide stations and fully integrates stream and port data together.