DMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals (ADRS) aids ongoing safety, security and compliance by helping bridge crews to manage communications and meet reporting regulations
Part of the ADMIRALTY Digital Publication (ADP) range, each ADRS volume contains all the detail of its paper equivalents, with the added convenience of fast, accurate weekly updates and simple searching of information. These important features can save bridge crews time and reduce the risk of human error.
ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals is the world’s most comprehensive and authoritative source of information on all aspects of radio communications.
Sold as three separate applications, ADRS includes:
- ADRS 1, 3, 4, 5 – Information to assist bridge crews in routine radio communications, receiving and providing weather reports and safety information, pollution and quarantine reporting, as well as seeking Telemedical Assistance Services (TMAS). This application also provides detailed procedures in the event of distress or SAR incident
- ADRS 2 – Positional and timekeeping references to aid the calculation of positions and times worldwide. Coverage includes worldwide listings of radar beacons, VHF radio-direction-finding stations, known AIS Aids to Navigation (AtoN), Radio beacons transmitting DGPS corrections, International radio time signal broadcast details and International standard and daylight saving times and dates
- ADRS 6 – Essential information for 3,800 service locations worldwide, including detailed pilot, Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) and port information with their respective contact details and procedures