SeeMyENC

SeeMyENC 2.0

SeeMyEnc is a simple but effective S-57 chart viewer
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SeeMyEnc is a simple but effective S-57 chart viewer. It reads ENC and IENC
data, either in the S-57 format or the SevenCs SENC format.
The S-57 standard was issued by the International Hydrographic Organization
(IHO) to support the transfer of digital chart information for use in Electronic
Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS), or digital repromats.
SeeMyEnc can load multiple S-57 files of the products ENC editions 3.1 and
3.1.1, and Inland ENC editions 1.0, 2.0 and 2.1.
You can zoom, pan and select different symbology & colours, present a pick
report, and analyze the data by evaluating the logfile which is generated during
the import of an S-57 file.
The documentation corresponds to the respective software version. Nevertheless,
occasionally the software may differ from the functionality described due to
technical reasons.

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