OSI sponsor Speed@Seawork Breakfast

OSI T-ACT variants operate with S-57 ENC and AML, ensuring that all charts in use, controlling unit/mother ships and the small craft, can be easily updated pre-mission

Leading provider of integrated navigation and tactical solutions designed for naval and maritime security operations, OSI Maritime Systems will be sponsoring breakfast at sea for the 2019 edition of Speed@Seawork.

Delegates are set to enjoy the networking event as they travel from Southampton to Cowes Yacht Haven in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, the venue for the sea trials and presentation day of Speed@Seawork on 10 June 2019.

David Pollitt, from OSI Maritime Systems says, “Following the success of the inaugural Speed@Seawork event in 2018, we feel this is the ideal showcase to demonstrate our highly acclaimed navigation solutions for military, border, coastguard and police forces using Open or Closed-Cockpit craft”.

OSI’s very effective Tactical Asset Control and Tracking (T-ACT) system has been successfully trialled by the Royal Navy in Fishery Protection Squadron RHIBS.  It was first deployed in Canada to coordinate maritime security patrols at the Vancouver Winter Olympics (2010), and then again within Royal Navy, Royal Marines and police craft during the 2012 London Olympics Sailing Regatta off Weymouth. Other users have included the Royal Australian Navy and border forces.

T-ACT is optimised to operate in an unforgiving maritime environment of up to Sea State 6, while meeting IP67 protection levels, both day and night (NVIS compatible). It can also integrate all navigation sensors required including Small Craft radars and Warship AIS, provide any Controlling Unit with secure messaging and covert tracking to the maximum range of the selected communications bearer; demonstrated during (RAN) ‘proof of concept’ trials using SATCOM for over the horizon control. Additionally, it will allow instant updates to the intended navigation plan and pass data for multiple contacts of interest between craft and controlling unit as well as minimising operator input, whilst meeting all duty of care and SOLAS standards for high speed small craft.

Using the same ECPINS software as OSI Maritime Systems’ Warship ECDIS and Warship AIS solutions which is currently deployed by twenty navies world-wide, on over 500 ships and submarines, all T-ACT variants operate with S-57 ENC and AML, ensuring that all charts in use, controlling unit/mother ships and the small craft, can be easily updated pre-mission.

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