ABN: 98 004 347 880
- Market Development Manager
For 130 years Siemens has specialized in electrical and propulsion equipment for merchant vessels, naval vessels and submarines worldwide, including turnkey projects and conversions covering the entire ship's life cycle. SINAVYCIS IPMS, the Integrated Platform Management System for naval surface vessels, relieves the crew of time-consuming routine tasks and simultaneously offers a high level of availability and operational reliability. SINAVYCIS IPMS controls and monitors all power elements of the vessel, from the diesel motor to the gas turbine, gear levels, clutches, water jet pumps and the exhaust system. The Power Management System ensures the ample supply and distribution of electrical energy in all situations. The IPMS also controls and monitors ancillary modules of the vessel such as the supply and distribution of fuel, as well as the ventilation and fire alarm system. IPMS can also include a fully integrated Battle Damage Control System. With SINAVY CIS EMCS, the Engineering, Monitoring and Control System for submarines, operation and control of all subsystems is based on one standardized comprehensive concept and performed at one central control console. Member of DMOSS (DMO Support Panel); EMEC (European Maritime Equipment Council).
Last Updated: May 21, 2013
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