Optimize routes, monitor weather conditions and plan for navigation
BVS can be used as a stand-alone product (Classic BVS) or as a weather and route optimization module for NaviPlanner BVS.
Optimize your route for least cost, required arrival time or least time, as well as setting environmental constraints.
The Master's choice of weather display. Simple yet fully customizable weather data delivery.
When we selected StormGeo as our weather software provider, we considered all of our needs. We liked BVS’s a/m functionality and the fact that it provided much better visualization than our previous solution.Marek Walkiewicz, Fleet Manager and Technical Mana
Sunship Schiffahrtskontor KG
Designed with Masters and bridge environment in mind, StormGeo's BonVoyage System™ (Classic BVS) provides you with user-friendly route optimization, voyage planning and reliable weather forecast in a simple-to-install, intuitive application.
Seven-day outlook representing in color contours the % probability of the center of a Tropical Storm passing within 125 miles of a given point.
The probability is based on 94 ensemble members and operational runs. Data is updated every six hours for active Tropical Cyclones.
This feature is only available in StormGeo's BVS!
Our in-house tidal current velocity model is merged with the global tide data, resulting in high-accurate information on both tides and large-scale ocean circulation.
Combined with our Fleet Decision Support System (FleetDSS), BVS sets up a valuable communication protocol between a vessel and the shore-based manager, allowing for the display of current route track as well as the route planned in BVS.
Routes and position reports are displayed in our shore-based FleetDSS. Masters can receive and import our recommended track directly into BVS.
BVS as weather and route optimization module of NaviPlanner (NaviPlanner BVS) allows you to
Read more about NaviPlanner BVS here.
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