Friday, October 31, 2008
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image Welcome to the October 2008 edition of Visions

This month we turned our attention to the naval market with our attendance at the
Euronaval exhibition in Paris...Read more

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Lars Skjelbred-Eriksen, VP Sales & Marketing
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US Coast Guard Chooses Hatteland Display
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PostCards from Paris...
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Furuno Becomes Norwegian Series 2 Distributor...
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First Order through New Stocking Warehouse in USA...
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Happy Birthday Bonding...
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New Environmental Test Chamber Installed ...
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Visions Schedule:
Visions 2008 remaining issues:
Nov 28th and Dec 19th
Visions 2009 Schedule available in Dec 2008.

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The United States Coast Guard has chosen the JH 19T14 MMD (Maritime Multi Display) for use as an ECDIS display on its buoy tender fleet. The contract, secured through CHI systems...Read moreRead more
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Everything has Gone Green!
 
We reported in last month's Visions that Hatteland Display would be supplying the screens and computers for the SkySails wind propulsion control system, and since then we've taken on another green contract, this time with Icelandic company Marorka, a developer of fuel...Read moreRead more image
 
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New Display for the C4 Environment
 
The Combat Management, Command and Control environment, also known as C4 requires special approvals and highly reliable systems. We offer several products for the C4 environment including the just launched Naval Multi Display...Read moreRead more image
 
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KONGSBERG - A C4 Customer
 
Our naval and C4 products are used by around 25 navies worldwide. Several of our customers develop C4 systems and Norway's KONGSBERG is one...Read moreRead more image
 
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