Polar Navy goes to the beach

April 11, 2012

Check out this cool link: http://www.wunderground.com/beach-weather/ – make sure to select “Polar Navy” vector or raster charts from the drop-down box on a chart.


New Support Site

March 31, 2011

A long-overdue support site for Polar Navy applications is now available at support.polarnavy.com

This site will serve as a central point for all product and technical questions. It will also host documentation and articles with answers to many common questions on PolarView and PolarCOM use.

 


Updated GRIB Demonstration Video

February 5, 2011

After a long while I finally got my hands on iMovie. Here is the result – a slightly updated, annotated video demonstrating use of GRIB viewer and download in PolarView. Enjoy! 🙂


Happy New Year – 2011!

December 31, 2010

Dear Polar Navy users, friends and chance visitors to this blog!

I’d like to wish you a happy, peaceful and successful new year! Let your routes be free of trouble, your arrivals timely and let wind be always in your sails wherever you may go!


Polar Navy is 2 years old

December 31, 2010

According to source repository log, Polar Navy applications just quietly turned 2 years old.  Much has been done and achieved since. However, we are still very much a “work in progress” and a lot of work lies ahead.

 


New Product – “Real Soon Now”

October 22, 2009

I generally avoid talking about things that are not quite finished. However – people have been asking about “live GPS” navigation product for a while. Until now the reply was – “it is being worked on”.

So now, to show that it is not entirely the “vaporware” it may appear to be, here is a screen shot of what the standard navigation view looks like. It shows a ship on a chart (in “North up” orientation), “radar rings”, and a simple set of dials including POS, SOG, COG and analog apparent wind.

1000 software simians are currently banging on 1000 keyboards to thoroughly test this software, and document every aspect of it, before it becomes publicly available.

New Polar Navy navigation product.

New Polar Navy navigation product.

Let me know what you think!