• NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite
  • NaviPac Lite

NaviPac Lite

Supplier:
EIVA
Product no:
NS.NPLIT

Navigation and positioning

NaviPac provides positioning and navigation features for surface and/or subsea vehicles. It comes in four variants:

  • NaviPac Lite, the variant you see here
  • NaviPac Pro, the most elaborate variant
  • NaviPac Single User, which offers all the features of NaviPac Pro, limited to a single network/remote client and a single subsea object
  • NaviPac Tug, which is dedicated to the tug boat during anchor handling operations, rig moves and similar jobs

NaviPac Lite is tailored to vessel-based surveys with a single beam echo sounder. Thereby, it allows you to benefit from the advanced features of NaviPac without compromising your budget if your setup does not include lasers or additional sonars.

You get the same features as NaviPac Pro in terms of quality control, display options and navigation management, minus the features dedicated to laser, side-scan sonar and multi-beam echo sounder data. Interface is limited to two GPS receivers or similar, one gyro, one motion sensor, one single beam echo sounder and one output for annotation, etc.

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Delivery time: A few hours

For subscription licences, you will get your purchased licence by email. For permanent licences, you will get a soft licence via email until you receive a physical dongle, which is sent once payment is received. For all orders paid by invoice, order processing (and thus estimated delivery time) will be initiated when EIVA has validated your details.

Key features and benefits

  • General visualisation

    General visualisation

    NaviModel and NaviPac share the same 3D engine, and therefore the same powerful 3D visualisation features. Data can be visualised in 2D, 3D, side view or by time.

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    General visualisation features

    NaviModel and NaviPac share the same 3D engine, and therefore the same powerful 3D visualisation features. Data can be visualised in 2D, 3D, side view or by time.

    3D seabed terrain 

    Seabed terrain can be visualised in a 3D environment.

    3D seabed terrain

    Multiple Map Views

    Multiple Map Views are available.  Each individual Map View window can be configured separately to display only the information required.

    Background Maps 

    Background Web Map Service (WMS) maps can be displayed.

    Background Maps

    Import 3D models 

    3D models can be imported into NaviModel (drag and drop into the Map View window).

    Import 3D models

    Link 3D models to live objects 

    3D models can be linked to any live objects (Vessel, ROV, Scanfish etc).

    Link 3D models to live objects

    2D, 3D and side-view displays 

    2D, 3D or Side views allows the user to quickly change the view facilitating better data interpretation.

    3D, 2D and side-view displays

    Visibility Slider 

    Visibility slider allows users to compare different DTM’s quickly.  This enables comparison over time or between different data processing methods.

    Visibility slider

    Control colours, lights, details 

    DTM light and palette settings can be changed at any time.

    Control colours, lights, details

    Profile views 

    The following profile views are available:
     
    • Cross Profile
    • Long Profile
    • Quick Profile
    • X & Y Axis Profile
    • View Profile
    Profile views

    Create fly-through videos 

    Fly-through videos can be created for project or promotional presentations.

    Create fly-through videos
  • Navigation and routes

    Navigation and routes

    NaviPac is an integrated navigation and data acquisition software solution that includes surface and subsea navigation, route and waypoint planning, live tracking and piloting.

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    Navigation and routes features

    NaviPac is an integrated navigation and data acquisition software solution that includes surface and subsea navigation, route and waypoint planning, live tracking and piloting.

    Live position of multiple objects

    NaviPac Helmsman’s Display 4 (based on the same core as NaviModel) supports display of vehicle data (main vessel, ROV, ROTV, remotes etc) based on the NaviPac data feed. The data can be shown graphically in multiple map views.

    Live position of multiple objects

    AIS tracks

    All variants of NaviPac supports integration with AIS receivers. The data is read into NaviPac and can be shown in a dedicated AIS window and overlaid in the HMD. We perform an even read and utilise vessel dimension information.

    AIS tracks

    Display north-up, heading-up, route-up

    Each Map View can be designed and controlled individually when it comes to content, overlays and layout. Map Views can be 2D, 3D or side-views, and orientation can be user defined, north-up, vehicle up or line up.

    Display north-up, heading-up, route-up

    Manual runline drawing

    NaviPac supports a series of runline and waypoint formats including our own RLX/WPT format, ad generic ASCII readers. You can also draw lines and points directly in the Map View.

    Manual runline drawing

    Manual waypoint drawing

    NaviPac supports a series of runline and waypoint formats including our own RLX/WPT format, ad generic ASCII readers. You can also draw lines and points directly in the Map View.

    Manual waypoint drawing

    Various runline patterns (parallel, cross, star)

    You can inherit multiple lines based on the base line defined, such as parallel or cross lines to get an optimal route plan.

    Various runline patterns (parallel, cross, star)

    Vehicle control panel for multiple vehicle runlines and display DOL

    Assignment of lines and waypoints are handled through the dedicated Vehicle Control view, as you may control multiple vehicles simultaneously. Each controlled vehicle will be available as distance offline indicator (DOL/DCC) and various runline information (along line, target ETA etc.).

    Vehicle control panel for multiple vehicle runlines and display DOL

    Distance to waypoint

    Waypoints are handled in a similar manner to runlines, as assignment of the waypoint is done in the Vehicle Control View. Hereafter, an artificial runline is created from the vehicle to the point and NaviPac monitors the range/bearing to the destination. and can a,.o. feed that into autopilots and DP systems.

    Distance to waypoint

    Multi-object live range/bearing

    In the HMD you may pair any live vehicle (e.g. Vessel and ROV) and monitor the range/bearings between them for online display as live data and range information on Map Views.

    Multi-object live range/bearing

    Auto-pilot (NMEA) control

    When using runlines and waypoints you may connect NaviPac to autopilot systems using e.g., standard NMEA formats and pass cross-track error and destination waypoints on to the equipment.

    Auto-pilot (NMEA) control

    DataUnits

    NaviPac 4.2 supports use of other data units in addition to metric. The unit is selected in the project settings and all definition fields are then assumed to be in the selected data unit. 
    HMD will follow the selected data unit, but you may, by using a simple keystroke, toggle between metric and data unit if required.
    Data recording will still be metric to guarantee data integrity, but data outputs can be selected freely.

    DataUnits
  • Sensor interfacing and recording

    Sensor interfacing and recording

    Many different sensors can be interfaced and integrated in both NaviScan and NaviPac.

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    Sensor interfacing and recording features

    Many different sensors can be interfaced and integrated in both NaviScan and NaviPac.

    Surface positioning and motion (GPS, Gyro, IMU)

    Setting up an entire vessel based project in NaviPac is easy performed using intuitive graphical definition tools. The video covers basic project definition, geodetics and vessel navigation setup.

    Surface positioning and motion (GPS, Gyro, IMU)

    SBE - single beam echo sounder

    Single beam echo sounders and other single source data suppliers can easily be interfaced in NaviPac, either via standard drivers or enhanced user-configurable drivers. Data will be available for display in both Helmsman’s Display and DataMon. Single source data can be shown as points clouds in the HMD – and you can automatically derive DTMs out of it.

    SBE single beam echo sounders
  • Sensor processing

    Sensor processing

    NaviEdit can be used to recalculate data very quickly and where our sensor processing takes place. Here we change offsets, C-O’s, mounting angles, apply tide, apply SVP, de-spike sensors, improve object positioning, Kalman filtering, remove swell etc.

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    Sensor processing features

    NaviEdit can be used to recalculate data very quickly and where our sensor processing takes place. Here we change offsets, C-O’s, mounting angles, apply tide, apply SVP, de-spike sensors, improve object positioning, Kalman filtering, remove swell etc.

    Surface positioning and motion (GPS, Gyro, IMU)

    NaviEdit Header Editor allows the user to check the vessel setup.

    NaviEdit Data Editor allows the user to view and QC sensor data via a series of graphical displays.

    Surface positioning and motion (GPS, Gyro, IMU)
  • Optional extra services and special offers

    Optional extra services and special offers

    EIVA offers a number of services for our NaviSuite software users.

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    Optional extra services and special offers

    Get the most out of your software

    EIVA offers a number of services for our NaviSuite software users. These include:

    Also, we have a number of special offers:

Product comparison

 

NaviPac Lite

NaviPac Tug

NaviPac Single User NaviPac Pro
Interfacing      

 

Surface navigation

Max 2 Max 2 x x

Gyro

Max 1 Max 1 x x
Motion sensor Max 1 Max 1 x x
DVL     x x
Underwater positioning: USBL, LBL and INS     1 object x
Remote positioning: GPS, remote systems   x 1 object x
AIS x x x x
Echo sounder etc. x x x x
Pipe and cable tracker     x x
Magnetometer     x x
Bathy sensor     x x
Annotation x x x x
Data output Max 1 x x x
GPS time synchronisation     x x
ATTU interfacing and time synchronisation x x x x
Multi-beam echo sounder, laser and sonar integration via NaviScan     x x
LiDAR navigation     x x
2D seismic streamer and tail buoy option       x
Rig move and anchor handling options       x
         
Calibration        
Position fix x x x x
Gyro x x x x
Motion sensor x x x x
Remote gyro     x x
USBL     x x
DVL     x x
         
Display and tools        
3D and 2D Helmsman's Display x x x x
Remote Helmsman's Display   Max 1   x
Real-time DTM (multi-beam echo sounder)      x x
Real-time data cleaning (multi-beam echo sounder)      x x
Real-time DTM (single beam echo sounder)  x   x x
Survey planning  x   x x
Runline usage x   x x
Barge lines       x
Great-circle/rhumb lines     x x
Line overlength       x
Enhanced data designer (DataMon) x x x x
Geodetic calculator x x x x
User-defined input x x x x
User-defined output     x x
Telemetry   x x x
Eventing x   x x
Distance shooting     x x
Collision detection   x x x
UNESCO depth calculations     x x
User-configurable alarm monitoring x x x x
Built-in simulator x   x x
Remote monitor       x
Remote master control       x
         
Maps        
Geocoded images x x x x
Webserver interface (eg Bing) x   x x
ACAD etc x x x x
Vector drawings x x x x
WMS maps x x x x
         
Data recordings        
Survey data recording x   x x
Black box recording x x x x
User-configurable data recordings x x x x
Multi-beam echo sounder, sonar and laser recording via NaviScan     x x
UKOOA seismic data (P2/94)       x
         
New features introduced with NaviPac 4        
Comparison of DTMs     x x
Point cloud and multi-beam echo sounder data cleaning (spike shooting, histogram)     x x
Volume calculation     x x
Rock dump and trench design     x x
Live video viewing and recording     x x
Automatic runline coverage assist and run-in calculation     x x
Real-time point clouds x   x x