The NAVIPILOT 4000 Marine Autopilot uses advanced ship steering control network technology to steer a ship safely and efficiently. The innovative NAVIPILOT 4000 is capable of tuning itself to adapt automatically to the ship’s load characteristics and weather conditions.
Key Benefits of NAVIGAT 4000 Marine Autopilot:
Fully self-tuning, adaptive heading control
Manual selection of steering strategy to suit weather conditions
Rate and radius control modes
Meets the requirements of all major classification societies
Ease of use with logical arrangement of sealed foil keyboard
Efficient Fuel Consumption
The highly reliable NAVIPILOT 4000 ensures continuous self-tuning adaptation for accurate steering and efficient fuel consumption, which is unique to all other autopilots in the marine industry.
Each single rudder activity increases fuel consumption and cost. For this purpose the NAVIPILOT 4000 can adapt automatically to the current weather and sea conditions.
Track Control (also referred to as “Tracksteering”) combines an ECDIS with the Autopilot. The navigator can program a voyage plan into the ECDIS that contains one or more tracks. Track Control with a NAVIPILOT 4000 marine autopilot is type-approved (category B/C) when connected to a Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine VisionMaster FT ECDIS.