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Automation System for Polish Corvettes

      7/20/2003

Automation System for Polish Corvettes

IMTECH (Rotterdam, Holland) and Naval Shipyard Gdynia (Poland) have signed an agreement for delivery of the Integrated Platform Management System for the first Gawron Class Polish Corvette with an option for six more vessels. Polish corvettes are based on the MEKO A-100 standard design from Blohm+Voss. The 2,050 tonnes vessels are designed to have an increased payload, stealthy design, reduced infrared signature, and advanced CODAG propulsion provides maximum speed of 30 knots.

IMTECH’s Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) technology will be used to monitor and control all platform machinery, including propulsion, electrical power generation and distribution, damage control and auxiliary systems. The IPMS also provides advanced automation for enhanced operational effectiveness and survivability of the ship including an On-Board Training System, Fire Fighting & Damage Control, and a CCTV system, all to be integrated on one network.

For this project IMTECH will apply Commercial-Off-The-Shelf industrial automation technology which has been specially packaged and implemented for the naval environment. The scope includes PLC’s, WindowsNT, fibre optic Gigabit Ethernet, CCTV, and SCADA software. Redundant networks and multi-function consoles ensure high reliability and availability. Further, this project includes extensive transfer of knowledge to the Polish industry by local industrial participation.


 

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