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Wärtsilä ANCS introduces revolutionary radar system

Wärtsilä ANCS, a division of the technology group Wärtsilä, has unveiled the NACOS Platinum Solid State X-Band Radar, a groundbreaking radar system set to redefine safety and reliability standards in marine navigation.

Engineered with cutting-edge solid-state transceiver technology, this system boasts a compact housing and gearbox, eliminating the necessity for conventional magnetrons. This design ensures minimal maintenance requirements and reduces lifecycle costs for vessel operators, all while maintaining top-notch performance, according to Wärtsilä.

The NACOS Platinum Solid State X-Band Radar offers a range of key benefits, including optimized target detection in various environmental conditions, enhanced target tracking through independent signal processing, and adaptive pulse transmission for superior hazard recognition.

Moreover, the radar's advanced signal processing capabilities and intelligent filter algorithms deliver exceptional target presentation, enabling unparalleled long-range target detection without the need for preheating and tuning.

"At ANCS, we push the boundaries of maritime technology to enhance safety and efficiency at sea. The NACOS Platinum Solid State X-Band Radar is a significant advancement in radar technology, offering our customers unprecedented levels of safety, reliability, and cost-effectiveness," stated Eberhard Maass, head of Product Navigation, Wärtsilä ANCS.

In addition, the NACOS Platinum Solid State X-Band Radar seamlessly integrates with all NACOS Platinum Navigation Systems, ensuring effortless retrofitting and offering vessel operators a straightforward pathway to upgrading to cutting-edge radar technology.

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