The Integrated Shipboard Information Systems (I.S.I.S.) provides
you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing your yacht
or sailing vessel is always secure. Vital information from
throughout your yacht is constantly monitored, recorded and
displayed at the helm. If any
exceeds or drops below your preset limits, an alarm is sounded
and displayed at the helm and any other locations you select.
The I.S.I.S. is the marine industry's original fiber optic
monitoring system. First designed back in 1989 to collect,
relay and display shipboard operating data simply, the I.S.I.S.
now can also be used as a yacht management tool and as an
Electronic Charting System (ECS) with optional interface to
your GPS navigational information.
Operating the I.S.I.S does not require a Bachelor of Science
college degree in computer science nor does it require reading
a 500 page user's manual. Since its inception, I.S.I.S. has
been designed as a user-friendly system that literally lets
your fingers do the walking. Older I.S.I.S. models feature
on-screen prompts and menus that correspond to a simple four-button
control panel on the Data Display Unit (DDU). More recent
models feature a Windows NT system that uses a touch screen
or trackball to maneuver through the I.S.I.S. program and
the Electronic Charting System (ECS) navigation program.
Complete Historical Record
At any time you can call up, display and print out a complete
historical data graph of all your ship's systems. This data
can be accessed from the bridge or from your home and office
using the built in remote access capability.
Why Choose a Fiber Optic
The use of fiber optic cabling eliminates common electrical
wiring problems such as interference, corrosion and inaccuracy
due to lengthy wire runs. The special plastic fiber optic
cables which are an integral part of the I.S.I.S. design can
also withstand the harsh marine environment. Though rugged,
these thin plastic fiber optic cables are lightweight and
can be easily connected or terminated by using only a sharp
Custom Graphic Image
RGM can include scanned images and Auto CAD renderings of
your vessel in the I.S.I.S. system. During the programming
of the I.S.I.S. system for your vessel, RGM's engineers can
create and integrate Auto CAD renderings of each deck and
system on your vessel from either paper drawings or deck schematics
and systems diagrams supplied in electronic file format on
a floppy disk or CD-ROM.
feature allows the I.S.I.S. system on your vessel to serve
as an on-line manual and drawing display unit. As you call
up various monitoring functions in your I.S.I.S. system, decks
and systems will be rendered on the monitor display as they
actually are on your vessel.