The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon
Anschütz, together with its exclusive Norwegian distributor
Syberg AS, has been awarded another contract for the supply of
the Synapsis Integrated Navigation System (INS) to a new
state-of-the-art windfarm service vessel.
Havyard Design & Solutions has developed the new windfarm
service vessel design Havyard 831 SOV in close cooperation with
Danish shipowner ESVAGT. The vessel is compact and efficient, but
with ample capacity to provide onboard service and transport
technicians and equipment.
Raytheon Anschütz will supply an Integrated Navigation System
(INS) with a total of six Synapsis NX Multifunctional
Workstations for chart radar, ECDIS and conning, as well as X-
and S-band NautoScan NX network-based radar transceivers, a fully
redundant Standard 22 gyro compass system, and the adaptive, high
precision NP 5500 trackpilot.
The latest Synapsis NX generation is based on ultra-compact and
powerful Small Marine Computers which serve as the standard
hardware platform for all bridge applications. Together with an
innovative software framework as part of each workstation, this
system offers the highest flexibility to adapt the Integrated
Navigation System to a variety of ship types and owner
requirements. The contracted Synapsis INS will be delivered in
accordance with IMO's INS Performance and Test Standards as
specified in MSC.252(83) and IEC 61924-2.
Furthermore, the advanced navigation package complies to the
demanding class notation DNV NAUT-AW.