The mtu NautIQ Master Integrated Platform Management System and mtu NautIQ Foresight Equipment Health Management System will form the command and automation system onboard the German Navy’s new F126 frigates. This news was announced by Damen in a press release.
The scope consists of an Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) and a Condition Monitoring System (CMS). The contract was concluded on 21 January 2022. The fire alarm, personnel locator and CCTV systems are also part of the contract.
This is the first naval order for mtu NautIQ products since Rolls-Royce launched its extended automation solutions portfolio, which now combines mtu and Servowatch technologies under one brand. Rolls-Royce acquired Servowatch, a supplier of integrated marine automation solutions, in 2020.
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