New Zealand Navy Extends OSI Support Contract

By Eric Haun
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) announced that it has signed a contract to provide in-service-support for the Integrated Navigation and Bridge Systems (INTS) that the company has delivered and installed across the Royal New Zealand Navy fleet.

Under the terms of this contract, OSI will act as the design authority, and provide software and hardware upgrades, engineering support and training services.

OSI has been supporting the Royal New Zealand Navy warships’ integrated navigation system requirements since 2003 and the recent 13-year in-service-support contract confirms the Navy’s long-term commitment to the company and its technology.

OSI recently announced the signing of a contract with the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Canadian Navy to provide in-service-support for the company’s world leading ECPINS-W software, installed across their fleet of warships and submarines.

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