OSI to Deliver TDNS to the Royal Swedish Navy

SeaDiscovery.com
Thursday, January 09, 2014

OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) announced the award of a contract for the Company's Tactical Dived Navigation System (TDNS). The Systems will be delivered to ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems AB as part of a Royal Swedish Navy submarine upgrade program, and includes OSI's subsurface WECDIS software.

Navies worldwide have made ECPINS their choice for WECDIS (Warship ECDIS) because of the advanced features and OSI's extensive experience in warship navigation, OSI said. As a result, ECPINS is the fleet standard for many NATO and allied navies including Canada, Australia, U.K. and Denmark, the company added.

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