KMSS To Supply IBS For Hyundai Mipo Dockyard

Tuesday, July 16, 2002
Kongsberg Maritime Ship Systems (KMSS) has received an order worth $1.2 million from the Hyundai Mipo Dockyard located in Ulsan, South Korea. KMSS will supply its powerful Integrated Bridge System – BridgeLine - for fitting on four 2826 TEU Container Ships owned by Suisse Atlantique and Ahrenkiel. The complete Integrated Bridge System (IBS) installed in KMSS BridgeLine Consoles provides Radar/ARPA with the latest generation antennas and receivers, Steering Control System, Track Pilot, Speedlog, Echosounder, ECDIS, DGPS and GMDSS. Use of Integrated Navigation Systems has become more and more common in most kinds of ship, as such systems are more advantageous to owners and operators. BridgeLine is designed for easy operation and trouble-free exchange of information between the different subsystems. This leaves the operators maximum time for observation and decision making.
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