TRENZ Pilot Plug

by TRENZ GmbH Maritime IT Solutions -
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TRENZ Pilot Plug
Over the course of more than two years, TRENZ GmbH in Bremen/Germany has cooperated with the German sea and harbour pilots to develop a smart piloting device with advanced connectivity, built-in sensor capabilities and cloud-connected applications. Main goal is to create an independent and versatile device to help any marine pilot with the most essential manoeuvres in harbour or open sea.

Key features of TRENZ Pilot Plug are:
‣ Low weight and small dimensions
‣ High range Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (class 1)
‣ Great diversity of independent offered sensordata
‣ Precise location services
‣ Long battery operating time
‣ Six month money back guarantee, if you are not 100 % satisfied
‣ Professional service provided directly by TRENZ

Please find the media library including tutorial videos here.

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Contents and pricing

CONTENTS

• Pilot Plug
• USB-C AIS connection cable
• USB-C charging cable
• GPS antenna (external)
• Waterproof transport bag
• Charging device
• Operating instructions
• Quick Start Guide

PRICE: 899,- €*
(~ $ 1.100,-)
TRENZ Pilot Plug website
TRENZ GmbH Maritime IT Solutions
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