Dear customer Below you will find the download link for the Periskal Viewer Winter Version 2018: LINK Tip: You can best download via a good Internet connection (e.g. at the office or at home) and save the content on an USB stick, and then bring the USB stick on board for installation via Install.exe (Always close Periskal Viewer first, before you upgrade !)
Periskal introduces the first "black box" AIS transponder - PM-1 - in inland navigation, which is fully operated by the Periskal Inland ECDIS Viewer and can be installed (out of sight) in the wheel house The transponder and associated software were certified by WSV under number R-4-320.This is the first step to integrate nautical equipment in the wheelhouse
Argonics Track Pilot now also works with Periskal Inland ECDIS Viewer. The new interface was introduced for the first time at the trade fair in German Kalkar 'Shipping-Technics-Logistics'. There was ample interest from ship owners for this new product.
Periskal products will be shown on the booth of our Russian Distributor Abris LLC, http://abchart.ru/rus/about. Especially the navigtion software PC-Navigo with complete coverage of Russian (European part) waterways. All information about River Information Services and services to waterway authorities will be available on the booth.
Periskal will be present on the Europort Maritime exhibition for maritime technology in Rotterdam (the Netherlands). This exhibition will take place in AHOY from the 7th till the 10th of November 2017. The maritme products QuodFish, Trax and ECDIS will be shown, products distributed by daughtercompany Chartworx. Als the inland shipping line of products from Periskal will be demonstrated.
Periskal won the tender for the installation of an AIS network in Belgium (Walloon part). In the frame of this contract an AIS network will be setup on all major waterways in the Walloon part of Belgium. Within the same contract Inland ECDIS charts will be produced of the Waterways. The contract is confirming the role of Periskal in the field of Inland AIS networks.