OSI INTS for South African Navy MMIPV Clears Sea Acceptance Testing

OSI Maritime Systems has confirmed that the Integrated Navigation & Tactical System (INTS) is working properly. clear Sea acceptance test (SAT).

The company has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) to deliver and install INTS on three South African Navy (SAN) patrol vessels as part of the Multi-Mission Inshore Patrol Vessel (MMIPV) program or Project BIRO. I am.

OSI also provides a tactical asset management and tracking (T-ACT) system and IMMS for ships.

Ken Kirkpatrick, President and CEO of OSI, said:

“IMMS is integrated into combat sensors, expanding the range of OSI’s naval navigation and tactical solutions.

“The fact that the onboard integration went smoothly is a testament to the quality of the system and software team.”

OSI’s IMMS is specifically designed for patrol vessels and offshore patrol vessels (OPVs). It provides tactical support, situational awareness, and weapons support.

IMMS integrates combat sensors and effectors with OSI’s ECPINS Advanced Chart Display and Information System (WECDIS) capabilities and OSI’s proprietary chart engine.

Jim Davison, Vice President of OSI Business Development, said:

DSCT secured orders for 3 vessels Under Project Brio in 2018. The company delivered the first of its three vessels to SAN earlier this month.

MMIPV has a quick response feature that enhances maritime security. Vessels are primarily engaged in anti-piracy, illegal trafficking, fishing and smuggling activities.

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