Integrated Navigation & Tactical System
A fully scalable tactical navigation solution built for the Military, designed for the harshest environments.
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IMO Level AIS enhanced for Military use, exceeds NATO WECDIS STANAG 4564.
Optimised Bridge Resource Management; Increased Operational Effectiveness; Reduced OOW workload especially during high stress scenarios, Action States or Emergencies.
SENSOR & WEAPON INTERFACE
Shared Situational Awareness and enhanced Mission Planning / C2 capabilities; Exploitation of 3rd party databases and multiple GIS / AML resources; Blue Force tracking and secure Tactical Data Exchange with Subordinate Craft and other TG elements.
MilGPS, DGPS, all GNSS inc Galileo, GLONASS, ARPA, Gyro/Compass, AIS, Echo Sounder, Speed Log, Auto-Pilot, INS / AHRS, EO/IR; CMS, SSM, SMCS interfaces.
Centred upon OSI’s ECPINS software, INTS integrates a selection of radars and navigation sensors within a network of interconnected servers and workstations.
INTS is specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of the Military Naval vessel market. INTS is a fully scalable, IMO and NATO STANAG 4564 compliant Integrated Bridge System that offers a flexible design able to meet the requirements of the most demanding military environments.
WECDIS – INTS offers Full WECDIS functionality beyond the NATO STANAG. WECDIS functionality allows a warship to operate in the most challenging of navigational and tactical scenarios by combining multiple fixing techniques with ECPINS’ tactical toolsets to help the user create a comprehensive Recognised Maritime Picture.
– NavTacDDU is designed to meet the requirements of a “Consistent Common Reference System” (CCRS) as laid down in the IMO’s MSC252(83) Standard for Integrated Navigation Systems, as well as a Simplified Voyage Data Recorder (S-VDR) accepting sensor data in either NMEA format from ship’s sensors or message translators developed to accept proprietary data messages. Designed as a dual-redundant system NavTacDDU meets IMO requirements and ensures a robust bridge design.
NavTacDDU also acts as the interface with a warship’s Combat Management Systems; fully redundant, it has been developed to ensure robustness and resilience for naval operations.
SHOL – Flying operations are safety critical – especially at sea. ECPINS SHOL seeks to reduce OOW workload, improve Ship-Air integration and reduce the risk of incidents. Add a multi-ship ASW situation to the mix, at night, and a less than friendly sea state can rapidly overload the OOW/OOD. ECPINS SHOL simplifies the picture, enabling the watchkeeper to focus on the multitude of tasks in hand, knowing that flying information is real-time, accurate and timely. The display of Dynamic ‘Cones of Courses’ allows the Ops Room / CIC team maximum tactical flexibility while optimising ship and aircraft safety.
3D Chart – The ECPINS chart engine is the most powerful maritime data display available, capable of displaying more than 22 different official data types, and rendering ENCs in 3D – without the need for proprietary chart types. Satellite imagery, high resolution mapping products, can all be displayed seamlessly and simultaneously. Through the use of user defined filters, land and maritime operations can be conducted simultaneously using the same display.
– Easy to read, logically presented, ECPINS Conning Display provides a snapshot of engine and rudder status, environmental conditions, route information, alarm status and a depth profile. Surface or subsurface versions available, designed for military use, the conning display also facilitates high speed navigation though a simplified user interface.
Radar & Radar Image Overlay – INTS offers fully type-approved integration with many X and S band navigation radars. Each radar’s HMI can be customised beyond IMO requirements and can either be controlled at any MFW or at dedicated to particular displays according to User need. Radar Image Overlay can be provided direct from digital radars or via the LAN using OSI’s proprietary RIBNet Server.
–W-AIS functionality allows for a detailed Recognised Maritime Picture to be compiled and managed, giving smaller units without an Operations Room the ability to have a rich picture and enhanced Situational Awareness.