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Boat Lights: intuitive, useful and simple to use boat mobile app for boat operators to determine the meaning of navigation lights, shapes and sounds used on the water.
Boat Lights uses "Draw-What-You-See" search engine to quickly and easily search the comprehensive database for exact and possible matches.
A perfect tool for a maritime instructor to project the app in the classroom.
Boat Lights is now being used in over 50 countries world wide as both a reference guide and a learning aid.
On-Water Reference Guide
- Intuitive & quick to use
- "Draw-What-You-See" search engine
- Visual browser
- Boat navigation lights
- Boat navigation shapes
- Boat sounds and signals
- Navigation rules / regulations
- Navigation marks
- Easily configured for different rule sets
- All data is stored in the app - no network connection required when using the app
Supported Rule Sets
- International (COLREGS)
- USA Inland
- IALA Region A
- IALA Region B
Novidades da versão 2.2.1
What was new in version 2.2.1:
New Feature: Navigation Marks.
This release adds Navigation Marks for the IALA Maritime Buoyage System, with the ability to choose between Region A or Region B. The lights and shapes databases have had some additions, and a number of minor fixes have been made.
The detailed changes in this release are:
- Added ColRegs Sections A & B to the Rules browser.
- Added US Inland Rules Section A & B to the Rules browser.
- Added a light configuration for Rule 24a, to show the lights for a towing vessel with a towed vessel. Thanks to Jan for bringing this to our attention.
- Changed the cylinder shape from a square to a rectangle, to be more representative of an actual displayed shape. Thanks to Derrick for bringing this to our attention.
- Added an alert message that displays if the Search button is tapped when no search criteria has been drawn.
- Added a fuzzy search for Rule 27d - vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations. The search can now include sidelights, stern light and masthead light (to comply with 27b(iii)), as well as the green and red special all-round lights swapping sides. Thanks to Rafael for suggesting this.
- Fixed the data for US Rule24f(i), so that a search now finds this configuration.
- Added a fuzzy search to recognise possible reversal of sidelights. Thanks to Pat for prompting this.
- Added a fuzzy search to recognise any light configuration that has red over white over red as being a vessel with restricted manoeuvrability (rule 27b), regardless of what other lights are being displayed.
- Added a title above the result list to make it obvious whether the list is Exact matches or Possible matches (iPad only).
- Added NSW specific rules to the Australian regulation set.
- Added light and shape configurations to match,including: priority over sail; high-speed ferry; power-driven vessel < 5m. Thanks to Bradley for bringing this to our attention.
- Added IALA Rules for Maritime Buoyage Systems.
- Added a simple search for quickly finding the meaning of a navigation mark, including an example of how to navigate the mark.
- Updated the Change Rule Set menu option to allow the selection of Region A or Region B for navigation marks.
- USD 3.99
- Categoria: Navegação
- Atualizado: 30/05/2012
- Versão: 2.2.1
- Tamanho: 5.3 MB
- Idioma: Inglês
- Vendedor: Glenn Ludlow
- © 2011 Glenn A Ludlow
Compatibilidade: Requer o iOS 4.0 ou posterior. Compatível com iPhone, iPad e iPod touch.