Atlantis Interactive Inspects With ShipCheck

Following an IMO meeting, which sparked concerns by the secretary-general regarding ship inspections and the impact they were having on safety and on operational efficiency of ships in port, Atlantis Interactive has developed innovative software called ShipCheck to provide ship inspectors with a consistent format for routine checks made by the crew. When used properly, the program will simplify the inspection process by outside agencies and reduce an inspector's time onboard, thus benefiting all involved parties.

Available in two versions, ShipCheck carries out and records routine inspections of the ship and its equipment, and provides ship specific historical data.

The program runs under Windows 95/98/2000 or NT, and integrates an industry-standard database with oneclick export facility for e-mail or downloads to notebook PC or server.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 17,  Aug 2000 NEW YORK SALES OFFICE

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