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View and track defects on vessels in the Saab Pilot Control program


published on 26 August 2020 227 -

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This is a description of how to view and track defects on vessels in the Saab Pilot Control program.

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Riccardo di Stefano Germany
on 1 October 2020, 10:06 UTC

@René: Sounds like a good system 😉
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René Hartung Lotsenbrüderschaft NOK II Kiel / Lübeck / Flensburg, Germany
on 30 September 2020, 19:58 UTC

Nice explanatory video.

However, I am quite happy that in our database defects can be accessed directly though the pilotage note that all pilots (in most districts) automatically get onto their PPU when they are assigned to a vessel - no long loading times either since the complete database is offline available and can be synchronized before starting a job.
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