on 27 Sep 2022
The bridge has new wheelhouse control and ship and propulsion monitoring features
Team Italia has confirmed the innovations it is presenting at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show, which runs from 28th September – 1st October.
Launched in 2021, Dharma Next is the futuristic bridge, which Team Italia says is further enhanced with new features for both wheelhouse control and ship and propulsion monitoring.
This highly technological space, reserved and conceived for the ship’s captain, features a fully integrated I-Bridge control station, developed to meet the Captain’s technical specifications and ergonomic preferences for ship management (navigation and automation), putting all the information she needs for each specific context in which the ship operates at her fingertips.
In addition, thanks to the introduction of the front bridge concept (a retractable control station that encloses all the main navigation commands and controls), the wheelhouse becomes convivial so that the owner and her guests can enjoy the navigation experience.
In this specific I-Bridge solution, a head-up display has also been incorporated to consult the data necessary for navigation without having to shift attention away from driving the yacht.
Every integrated I-Bridge dashboard, designed and proposed by Team Italia, has a flexible architecture and electronic integration that can always be completely customised.
The Italian company closes 2022 with the delivery of 20 yachts, including: the Benetti 48-metre MY Hawa, the brand new Custom Line 140’#01, the 33, 37 and 42-metre Navetta line, the 52-metre CRN MY CIAO, the Steel range of San Lorenzo Yacht and the Tecnomar for Lamborghini line.
The 2023/2024 biennium already looks set to feature 35 projects in progress ranging from 35 to 80 metres.
Also present at the Team Italia stand the sister company Onyx Marine with the new ‘RAN TTS’. This is a Remote Alam Notification (RAN) system with Text-to-Speech technology that allows you to be informed promptly, via SMS or voice call, of problems or malfunctions that may occur on board, thus managing the complete surveillance of the boat even if it is unmanned.