The complete ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP) portfolio is now available with the addition of the new ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals (ADRS) 1, 3, 4, 5 - Maritime radio and Meteorological Observation Stations, Maritime Safety Information Services and GMDSS.
ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP) are computer-based applications of the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) market-leading paper-based nautical reference guides. They contain the same information as their paper equivalents, and are widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements.
Part of the ADP portfolio ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals (ADRS) is the world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of information on all aspects of maritime radio communication in digital format making it easier to search and update than paper publications, helping mariners to manage communications and meet reporting regulations.
In addition to ADRS 2 - positional and time keeping references and ADRS 6 - pilot services, VTS and port operations, ADMIRALTY have now added ADRS 1, 3, 4, 5 - Maritime radio and Meteorological Observation Stations, Maritime Safety Information Services and GMDSS, to its portfolio.
ADRS 1, 3, 4, 5 assist the mariner in routine radio communications, receiving and providing weather reports and safety information, pollution and quarantine reporting, seeking Telemedical Assistance Services (TMAS) and provide detailed procedures in the event of a distress or SAR incident.
Users can receive updates for ADRS 1, 3, 4, 5 through ChartCo's market leading PassageManager software.