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Is Your System IMO-Compliant? 
Danelec’s new generation VDR was the first on the market to meet the latest performance standards and technical requirements, as defined in MSC.333(90) and IEC 61996-1 Ed.2, taking effect on July 1, 2014. Designed specifically for maritime application down to the last component, the DM100 VDR offers high quality and reliability in a compact and lightweight, easy-to-install solution. The DM100 VDR is Wheelmark approved by DNV GL, and is intended for installation on passenger ships as well as cargo vessels of 3.000 GT and above, constructed after July 1, 2002. Read more about Danelec VDR here

A Voyage Data Recorded (VDR) is similar to the black boxes carried on aircraft. The Furuno VDR aids investigators in securing evidence by reviewing procedures and instructions in the moments before an accident. The Furuno VDR collects data from all interfaced sensors on board the vessel, storing it in an external Data Recording Unit (DRU). The system comes with two tamperproof DRU units, one fixed and one float-free. They are designed to withstand the extreme impact, pressure, shock and heat, which may happen during an incident. Read more about Furuno VDR here