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Wärtsilä Pilot PRO

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Wärtsilä Pilot PRO is a result of our engineers’ expertise, intensive market analysis and cooperation with pilots.

The Wärtsilä Pilot PRO App has been developed to meet the needs of pilot organizations and marine professionals. During development, Wärtsilä worked closely with representatives of pilot associations from various countries to create a product for efficient pilotage and other onboard operations. Bad visibility and weather conditions, unknown ship equipment, or blackouts…These are just some of the many challenges pilots meet and tackle in their everyday work. One of the driving forces behind the Wärtsilä Pilot PRO is to provide a simple, efficient and reliable solution when one needs to act quickly.


Why to choose Pilot PRO

Plug & Play kit with easy system setup
User-friendly interface to reduce stress
Pilot specific functions for professional daily work
Connection to AIS or external pilot sensors via Wi-Fi
Pilot “wireless freedom” on the bridge and wings
Long battery lifecycle for tablets
Compact size
Light weight
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