Danelec Marine Receives Type Approval for DM100 VDR from Korean Register of Shipping

Classification Societies, Marine Equipment Products and Services, Technical, Technology — By on September 9, 2015 at 3:12 PM

danelec logo(Birkeroed, Denmark – Sept. 9, 2015) – (Marine NewsWire) Danelec Marine today announced that it has received type approval from the Korean Register of Shipping for its DM100 series Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs).

The Korean approval certifies that the DM100 VDR complies with all the provisions of the new IMO VDR standard which came into force in 2014, including IEC 61162-450 requiring Ethernet connectivity with the ship’s ECDIS and radar data.

“Danelec Marine’s DM100 VDRs provide a solid, safe and simple solution to meet the VDR carriage requirements, ” said Hans Ottosen, CEO of Danelec Marine. “In addition, they incorporate new capabilities beyond the minimum regulatory requirements, such as remote access into the VDR from shore offices.”

The Danelec DM100 products have also been approved by other international maritime certification bodies, including BSH, Russian Maritime Register, Singapore MPA, China Classification Society and the U.S. Coast Guard.

The Danelec DM100 VDR incorporates Danelec Marine’s signature SoftWare Advanced Protection (SWAP) technology for fast and easy shipboard service, and is supported by a worldwide network of factory-trained service engineers.

About Danelec Marine | Headquartered in Denmark, Danelec Marine is a leading supplier of Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs) and Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS). Danelec Marine was one of the first companies to bring to market VDRs and Simplified VDRs (S-VDRs) to meet the original IMO carriage requirements. More than 6, 000 vessels today are equipped with a VDR or S-VDR designed and manufactured by Danelec Marine. The company has service facilities with factory-trained personnel in more than 50 countries and Certified Service Centers at strategic locations worldwide. To learn more about the Danelec difference, visit www.danelec-marine.com.

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