Man Overboard (MOB)
“Man overboard!” is an exclamation given aboard a vessel to indicate a member of the crew has fallen off of the ship into the water and is in need of immediate rescue. Weather4D allows to pinpoint the location where the crew member has fallen to help with the rescue.
Weather4D takes in account Current and Wind drift to calculate the MOB location variation
MyOcean NWS model (European North West Shelf)
Model grid: 1.5 km Time span: 5days Time step: 1 hour
- Current speed
- Current direction
ICON-EU model (Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic)
Model grid: 0.0625° x 0.0635° Time span: 5 days Time step: 1 hour
- Wind at 10 m
- Mean sea level pressure
- Temperature at 2 m
- Total cloud cover
Internal sensors (Pressure, Heel & Compass)
Internal sensors include Barometer, Compass and Heel. They are built in your iPhone and your iPad. Weather4D Routing & Navigation now integrates them to complete its real time data set.
NMEA outputs (Pressure, Heel, MOB)
This is the ability to output Pressure, Heel and MOB data to other NMEA compatible devices.
NMEA pressure input
This functionality allows reading pressure in Weather4D from an external NMEA compatible barometer.
Single AIS target alarm control
Data & AIS sharing
This feature is the first step towards allowing the Weather4D community to share AIS data as well as weather and hydrographic real-time data wherever they navigate. (See Meteo and Hydro Data in the screenshot above)
iPad Pro 2018 support
This version of Weather4D Routing & Navigation has been optimized to run on the new iPad Pro 2018