Harris, Grant Associates, UK based specialists in the integration of entertainment, control, communication, IT & security systems for superyacht new-builds and refits, have announced the launch of their latest iPad development: MiDox
MiDox provides engineering crew with an interactive, detailed and pictorial library of the boat wide system documentation including as built drawings, engineering manuals and photographs of equipment locations.
The interactive documentation system, based on the iPad platform, provides electronic, user friendly and efficient access to all of the essential engineering information required on board. Key data can be found quickly allowing engineers to not only check the schematic layout but also verify the exact location of components and their related manuals from one source. Using the iPad features, such as the large display screen allowing crisp and clear images plus page scrolling and zoom with the simple interactive touch screen enables location and area information to be pinpointed quickly and easily.
Nick Cranston, Technical Director, comments: “Providing engineers with a library of all on board system data is an integral part of ensuring key knowledge is shared from the initial system design, to the build process and then on to the engineering crew. Using the iPad as a platform, makes MiDox a powerful engineering tool. Accessing drawings for areas as you move around the boat coupled with a photographic library of component parts and installations ensures all information is available on the interactive touch screen without any disruption to an area, on a user friendly, portable device.”
MiDox is available for new build projects and can be provided as an upgrade or addition for any superyacht project. MiDox forms part of the Harris, Grant portfolio of products and services available based on the iPad platform.