Event staff can focus on the show without interruption from automation cues
TAIT’s NAV:Atlas is a control interface designed primarily for stage management and maintenance personnel. It can be wall- or rack-mounted and operates any equipment connected to NAV:Net. Custom user interface screens show relevant functions for different types of operators and access levels, turning a complex system in a simple user interface.
The NAV:RS4 is a central controller for the TAIT Navigator Automation Platform. It manages all aspects of the control system including motion control, cueing, user security, remote assistance, and the emergency stop system. It can interface with many other entertainment systems including lighting, video/projection, audio, CCTV, and SFX. It is typically installed in a central control rack and connected to the machine control cabinets to control the axes.
TAIT’s NAV:Compass is a Navigator-embedded, handheld device that allows for remote control of devices connected to the Navigator Automation SystemTM. It features a simple interface for operating any equipment connected to NAV: Net and individual logins allow for customized levels of privileges that control access. Custom user interface screens show relevant functions for different types of operators and access levels. Three modes are available: move, jog and cue. Move mode sends an axis or group of axes to a precise location. Jog mode allows the user to manually move an axis or group of axes. Cue mode programs simple cues with an axis or groups of axes.
TAIT’s NAV:Polaris is a modular, networked console that can operate with multiple Polaris consoles or as a standalone console. It features a large touchscreen interface and a multitude of channel options. The flexible channel options allow users to customize inputs, creating the ideal programming and show interface for each specific show. Users have the ability to pre-program shows with integrated 3D previsualization to allow for offline
previewing, editing and exporting of movies.
TAIT’s NAV:ESA is a network-based, master emergency stop controller that is capable of supporting 90 devices and is compliant with the highest safety standards. It is FSOE compliant which reduces the requirement for a separate Estop connection for external devices. Bypass is available for all channels with utilization possible only after internal safety checks are complete.
The ESA is also EN 61508 SIL 3 and ISO 13849 PLe compliant with continuous hardware and software validation. Connections are made through the same Ethernet switches and cables as used in Navigator network. The controller can interface with legacy ESE controllers using an optional expansion card.
As TAIT Navigator develops so does the demand for Navigator operators. The goal of TAIT Navigator Training is to develop highly skilled and knowledgeable operators by providing them with the proper training toolkit.
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Introductory, Programming, Commissioning, and 3D courses
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