WRSystems Provides Navy with Systems Upgrades

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

W R Systems, Ltd. (WRSystems) is providing the U.S. Navy with a range of systems technologies and upgrades. Products and services include a depth reporting system developed and produced by WRSystems and the Department of the Navy, which was partially funded through the Secretary of Defenses’ Acquisition Challenge program. The Digital Depth Detection (D3) system is a technology upgrade for an older system, which is becoming increasingly hard to support.
 
WRSystems, a systems engineering firm in Norfolk, Virginia, also is producing speed indicator transmitter systems and small combatant craft integrated bridge systems for the Navy. In addition to these systems, the firm has recently launched a new commercial maritime green venture, Emsys, a continuous stack emissions monitoring system.
 
www.wrsystems.com

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