Marine Software Ltd Delivers Marine Planned Maintenance

Tuesday, June 18, 2002
U.K.-based software house Marine Software Ltd has successfully delivered its DNV type approved Marine Planned Maintenance system on QinetiQ’s Trimaran demonstrator vessel R.V. Triton . This innovative test vessel comes after ten years of research and is the largest motor powered trimaran demonstrator ever built, also being the worlds first of class ship based on this new concept triple-hull design. QinetiQ, formerly known as the Defense Evaluation and Research Agency ( DERA ), took delivery of the R.V. Triton in August 2000 after construction by Vosper Thorncroft at Southampton and is now being operated by QinetiQ as a commercial research vessel available for charter. QinetiQ also commissioned Marine Software Ltd to import historic data into the Planned Maintenance system so that existing data structures were maintained. Maintenance history will also be monitored ashore by the Trimaran project team, using our Office Planned Maintenance for Windows. BAE Systems has continued with the program of installing MPMWin on board the P2000 class vessels for the Warship Support Agency adding HMS Raider, HMS Archer and Gibraltar vessels HMS Trumpeter and HMS Ranger to the installed base. Marine Software Ltd also supplied Gungen Maritime & Trading AS with Marine Planned Maintenance and Marine Storekeeper for windows for their vessel M T Ottoman Dignity ( 153,000 tdw suezmax tanker ) owned and operated from Ankara - Turkey.
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