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Press Releases from Raytheon Ansch├╝tz GmbH (40 total)

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to provide integrated bridge systems for new UK Royal Navy Sh ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has been selected by BAE Systems to provide the Integrated Navigation and Bridge System (INBS) for the UK Royal NavyÔÇÖs new Type 26 Global Combat Ships. Raytheon Ansch├╝tz is under contract to deliver the Integrated Bridge and Navigation System for the first three ships, including customer-specific design and development, a land-based integration facility, and a wide range of services up to completion of sea trials. Raytheon Ansch├╝tz is providingÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz Announces New Radar

The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz announces the launch of a new generation navigation radar for this yearÔÇÖs SMM. The new radar is distinguished mainly by two innovations on the transceiver: Network technology replaces analog data transmission, and a pedestal which is newly constructed electrically and mechanically reduces cost of ownership and simplifies service. The new NautoScan NX radar transceivers are based on modern hardware- and software infrastructure to achieveÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz delivers 15,000th Standard 22 Gyro Compass

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz, a German-based world-leading navigation system supplier, delivers its 15,000th Standard 22 Gyro Compass in June 2014. Onboard the superyacht ÔÇťEsmeraldaÔÇŁ the jubilee compass will replace an old Ansch├╝tz Standard 4 Gyro Compass which has been in operation for more than 30 years. 10 years ago the new generation of the Ansch├╝tz Gyro Compass ÔÇô Standard 22 ÔÇô was presented at SMM in Hamburg. In the following time the compassÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz launches maintenance-free Gyro Compass

With the new Horizon MF the German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz launches a new generation gyro compass which can be operated free of maintenance. Horizon MF is Raytheon Ansch├╝tzÔÇÖ new strap down compass system which uses Hemispherical Resonator Gyros (HRG) to measure angular rates for heading calculation. In a strapped-down system angular rate gyros and accelerometers are not gimballed but mounted stationary in a housing. The sensor measures angular ratesÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to unveil Navigation Simulator at CANSEC

The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz GmbH in partnership with Canadian-based Virtual Marine Technology (VMT) has developed an embedded, simulation-based training system for the companyÔÇÖs Integrated Navigation System. The new simulator platform will be unveiled at the CANSEC 2013 Defense and Security Exposition, May 29 ÔÇô 30, in Ottawa, Canada. The comprehensive training solution incorporates a complete set of scenarios, environmental conditions, geographic navigation options, and vessels types to simulateÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to supply Integrated Bridge to new OPVs

The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz was awarded a contract for the supply of Integrated Bridge and Navigation Systems to four Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) for the Royal Navy of Oman. Under the contract, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz will equip OmanÔÇÖs new Al-Ofouq class OPVs with a complete, new-generation Integrated Bridge and Navigation Systems. Included in the scope of the program is comprehensive documentation and training for instructors, operators and maintenance supportÔÇŽ

SMARTBLUE Container for Offshore Asset Safety Launched

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz, a German specialist in maritime systems integration, has recently launched a containerized version of their SMARTBLUE surveillance system during an on-site demonstration in Galveston, Texas. The innovative container solution is a customizable and ready-to-deploy surveillance system complete with Radar, AIS and a long-range surveillance camera on a buy or rental basis for offshore asset protection. The SMARTBLUE Container Solution improves safety and security standards of offshore assets by providingÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz launches Synapsis Command Bridge

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has developed an innovative system solution for OPVÔÇÖs, smaller Naval and Coast Guard vessels. At Euronaval, the Synapsis Command Bridge is launched as a combination of commercial-off-the-shelf navigation with Command & Control capabilities to a new, homogeneous bridge system. The Synapsis Command Bridge aims to provide a solution that not only includes the Synapsis Integrated Navigation capabilities but also transfers enhanced Command & Control (C2) capabilities from theÔÇŽ

Crocon sells the 100th Integrated Bridge in Croatia

In an official ceremony at SMM 2012, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has honored their Croatian representative Crocon d.o.o. for the 100th Integrated Bridge System sold. The 100th jubilee contract was made about the delivery of an Integrated Bridge System for the second newbuild of a Heavy Lift Carrier for Dutch company Jumbo Shipping at Brodosplit shipyard in Split. The IBS will be of the new Synapsis Bridge Control series and in compliance withÔÇŽ

Ansch├╝tz Advanced Steering Gear Control for Carnival Corporation

The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has won a contract about the supply of NautoSteer Advanced Steering Gear Control Systems to two prototype cruise ships. The cruise ships are being built at FincantieriÔÇÖs Monfalcone shipyard for the British-American Carnival Corporation. Carnival will operate the new cruise ships under their Princess Cruises brand. At 141,000 gross tons and with a capacity of 3,600 passengers, the newbuilds will be the flagships inÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz launches Retrofit ECDIS

At SMM 2012 the German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz launches the new ECDIS 24, an Electronic Chart Display and Information System which has been designed especially for the needs of ECDIS retrofit. Based on the well-known Raytheon Ansch├╝tz ECDIS software, the new ECDIS 24 comes with an off-the-shelf 24 inch TFT Panel- PC display. ECDIS 24 does not need a separate PC which simplifies and accelerates installation. The standardÔÇŽ

Synapsis INS for Jumbo Newbuilds

The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has been awarded the contract for the supply of advanced Integrated Navigations Systems of their Synapsis Bridge Control series to new Heavy Lift Carriers for Dutch company Jumbo Shipping. The demanding new vessels are being built at Brodosplit shipyard in Split, Croatia. Jumbo has ordered two Heavy Lift Carriers at Brodosplit with delivery dates in 2013, and holds an option for a third newbuild.ÔÇŽ

Synapsis receives first INS Type Approval

Synapsis Bridge Control, the new generation of the Raytheon Ansch├╝tz bridge system, is the worldÔÇÖs first navigation system which has been type approved according to IMOÔÇÖs new Performance Standards for Integrated Navigation Systems (INS). In an official ceremony, the nominated body Germanischer Lloyd (GL) handed over the type approval to Raytheon Ansch├╝tz beginning of May 2012. The INS Performance Standards are specified in the IMO resolution MSC.252(83) and apply to allÔÇŽ

Weather Charts for Raytheon Ansch├╝tz ECDIS

The German-based navigation specialist Raytheon Ansch├╝tz is now offering an integrated weather chart overlay for the Synapsis ECDIS. Taking the special needs of navigation into consideration, the layer was developed in close cooperation with meteorological experts of the German sea weather provider WetterWelt. With the new feature Raytheon Ansch├╝tz combines sea chart and weather chart in one display. All weather parameter, which are important for navigation, are presented as values orÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz expands to USA

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz is expanding its presence in the U.S. navigation systems market with the opening of its San Diego, Calif.-based operations in January 2012. The business area will be co-located at RaytheonÔÇÖs established facility, dedicated to the development and delivery of naval and maritime systems and technology. With the new office, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz focuses its capabilities in providing navigation systems and customer support to the U.S. maritime industry. The U.S.ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz delivers 10,000th Standard 22 Gyro Compass

The German navigation system supplier Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has delivered its 10,000th Standard 22 Gyro Compass, making the Standard 22 the worldÔÇÖs most popular gyro compass of all times. As the company announces during an official hand-over ceremony at Nor-Shipping 2011, the jubilee compass has been installed on board of the innovative Platform Supply Vessel ÔÇťREM MISTÔÇŁ at Ulstein Verft. Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has installed the jubilee compass as part of theirÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to deliver IBS for Namibian Research Vessel

The German navigation system supplier Raytheon Ansch├╝tz was recently awarded a contract for the delivery of an integrated bridge and navigation system for a Fisheries Research Vessel, newbuilding 1378 at STX Finland. The 62 meter long vessel is being built at STX Finland Rauma shipyard and will be owned by the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources of the Republic of Namibia. STX Finland has again selected Raytheon Ansch├╝tzÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz introduces new NautoSteer AS steering control

The German navigation system supplier Raytheon Ansch├╝tz introduces a new advanced steering control system to the market. Raytheon Ansch├╝tz says, apart from improving handling and making installation of systems at the shipyard easier, the new NautoSteer AS sets highest standards of safety at sea. NautoSteer AS continues the series of Ansch├╝tz NautoSteer and will be delivered to commercial and naval vessels by the end of the year. NautoSteer AS is basedÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz delivers Integrated Bridge System for RiverHawk OPV Program

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has recently tested and delivered an advanced Integrated Bridge and Navigation System for a new class of reconfigurable Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV), the RiverHawk Advanced Multi-mission Platform (AMP-145). The new ship design for OPVÔÇÖs was developed by RiverHawk Fast Sea Frames of Tampa, Florida (USA), partnering with Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to develop and supply the bridge and navigation systems for the ÔÇśFirst of ClassÔÇÖ ship. The composite and aluminiumÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to deliver IBS for Polar Supply and Research Vessel

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz was recently awarded a contract to supply their latest generation of Integrated Bridge System (IBS) to a new polar supply and research vessel. The vessel is being built at STX Finland shipyard in Rauma and will be owned by the Republic of South AfricaÔÇÖs Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT). The 134 meters long vessel is intended to conduct research activities and expeditions to the polar region,ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz launched new Integrated Navigation System

At the opening day of SMM the German navigation system supplier Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has launched its recently announced new Intelligent Bridge System within an official ceremony. The Integrated Navigation System (INS), which was given the name Synapsis Bridge Control, is designed to make navigation more efficient and to simplify operation for users. Raytheon Ansch├╝tz shows the Synapsis Bridge Control at booth # 320 in Hall B6. According to Raytheon Ansch├╝tz, SynapsisÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz introduces new Intelligent Bridge System

In navigation, greater efficiency, ease of operation and economical ship operation are more important than ever before. These demands are fulfilled when all necessary functions can be integrated intelligently and flexibly into one bridge system. Raytheon Ansch├╝tz is therefore bringing a new, more intelligent generation of an Integrated Bridge System on the market. A new integration platform and intelligent multifunction displays increase both ease of operation and the degree ofÔÇŽ

New Anschuetz autopilot series NP 5000 announced

The German based navigation company Raytheon Ansch├╝tz announces the upcoming release of their new NautoPilot 5000 adaptive autopilot series. With this autopilot series, the company launches the successor of their renowned NP 2000 autopilot series, which has gained reputation through several thousand installations over the past decade. The NP 5000 is based on the same Ansch├╝tz steering algorithms, but is enhanced to include highly advanced functions for economic and preciseÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz and W├Ąrtsil├Ą signed supply agreement

The German navigation system supplier Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has signed a new agreement with W├Ąrtsil├Ą Corporation, Finland, the marine industry's leading ship power integrator. According to the new agreement, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz will supply their Integrated Bridge Systems for W├Ąrtsil├ĄÔÇÖs total ship system solutions. ÔÇťWe see an increasing demand for larger ship solutions including machinery, automation and navigation", says Andreas Lentfer, Business Development Director at Raytheon Ansch├╝tz. "W├Ąrtsil├Ą will use the latest generationÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz wins ISS contract for Royal Navy Type 45 destroyers

Raytheon Systems Limited, Harlow together with Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has been awarded the contract for the In-Service Support (ISS) of the Integrated Bridge and Navigation Systems for the Royal NavyÔÇÖs new Type 45 Daring class destroyers . Raytheon Ansch├╝tz will be responsible for total maintenance and repair of these systems on board the vessels until at least 2016. The Type 45 destroyers are being built by the British company BVT Surface Fleet,ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz IBS for new Intership Bulkers

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz was recently awarded a contract to supply their Integrated Bridge System (IBS) to two new bulk carriers. The bulkers will be built at New Times Shipyard in Jingjiang, China. The delivery to the Cyprus based shipping company Intership Navigation Co. Ltd., a member of the German Hartmann Group, is scheduled for August and October 2011. The new bulkers, each with a capacity of 176,000 dwt, will be equippedÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz certified for its Environmental Protection Program

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has recently been certified by the German Lloyd for its environmental management system (EMS) according to the rules of ISO 14001-2004. The EMS was not only established to follow legal requirements and save energy costs but also to support the companyÔÇÖs efforts of going green during the past years. With the implementation of its new environmental management system, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has adapted the principles of a responsible handling withÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz releases new features of its Standard 22 gyro compass

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has now introduced new features for its Standard 22 gyro compass. Among the new features the most important improvements are independent transmitting magnetic compass and individual speed error correction functions. With increased failure safety and flexibility further value is added to the worldÔÇÖs most popular gyro compass. Standard 22 will now be equipped with a modified distribution unit, which is enhanced by an independent transmitting magnetic compass (TMC)ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz integrates Romanian Surveillance System

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has successfully completed the first phase of the Romanian SCOMAR program. SCOMAR, which covers the installation of a surveillance system alongside the Black Sea coast of Romania, has entered its second phase and has been recently upgraded for the integration of over-the-horizon radars. The surveillance system consists of eight radar sites, each equipped with Raytheon Ansch├╝tz 18 ft X-Band Surveillance Radars for an advanced detection capability of localÔÇŽ

New CaptainÔÇÖs Display from Raytheon Ansch├╝tz

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has launched its latest CaptainÔÇÖs Display. The CaptainÔÇÖs Display combines selected navigational data on a flat-screen and can be installed at any location on board of a mega yacht. The first installations have recently been completed satisfactorily. Within the Raytheon Ansch├╝tz Integrated Navigation System all the navigational information is collected and joined by an additional constructed Ethernet Bus. The CaptainÔÇÖs Display is linked to this network with a singleÔÇŽ

NSC Radars for Canadian Navy frigate modernization program

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has been selected by prime contractor Lockheed Martin Canada to supply navigational radars for the mid-life upgrade of the Canadian NavyÔÇÖs Halifax-class frigates. The delivery is scheduled from 2010 to 2015 to Canadian shipyards in Halifax and Victoria. Under the contract, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz will install the latest version of its NSC radars on board the frigates. Besides high-performance detection capabilities and advanced anti-clutter function, the radar also features newÔÇŽ

Raytheon Anschuetz: Integrated Navigation System for Mission Supply Vessel 2nd B ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has been awarded the contract for the complete Integrated Navigation System for the third Mission Supply Vessel (MSV) Class 702 for the German Navy. The third Mission Supply Vessel (2nd Batch) will be built by the consortium ARGE, who have appointed Raytheon Ansch├╝tz as the subcontractor for the navigation systems. The K130 Corvette Project allowed Raytheon Ansch├╝tz to install an integrated bridge of the newest generation on boardÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz opens Service and Distribution Center in Singapore

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz announced the establishment of the new subsidiary Raytheon Anschuetz Singapore Pte Ltd. With the new company, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz expands its sales and service activities in Southeast Asia. It started operation on March 1, 2009. Singapore is one of the largest ports in the world and the focal point for ships traffic in Asia, thus a location with high demand for after sales service. To satisfy the needs of shipÔÇŽ

Integrated Navigation System for BOA GALATEA

In May 2009, BOA Offshore AS will take over their latest newbuilding BOA GALATEA. The new vessel is a sister ship of BOA THALASSA, which has started operation in December 2008. Both ships are equipped with Integrated Bridge Systems, which offer highest standards of safety according to the rules of DNV NAUT-OSV. When Bergen Group Fosen shipyard delivers its newbuilding number 80 to BOA Offshore AS, M/S BOA GALATEA will beÔÇŽ

New wide-screen displays for NSC radar - how modern radar systems contribute to ÔÇŽ

In future, a modern bridge will increasingly be equipped with new 16:10 wide-screen displays. This will result in a radar image with greater size and clearer structure, which will make the use of radar easier. Furthermore new functions contribute to improved situation awareness. The first NSC radars with the new wide-screen will be delivered by Raytheon Ansch├╝tz in shortly. These new wide screen displays in 16:10 format are almost the sameÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz hosts conference of working group for ÔÇ×Defence TechnologyÔÇ ÔÇŽ

On March 5th the working group for ÔÇťDefence TechnologyÔÇŁ has hold its sixtieth conference at the premises of Raytheon Ansch├╝tz. The working group is an organisation of companies from German federal state Schleswig-Holstein, who are engaged in the defence business. The stated aim of the working group is to point out on the technological, economical and security-political relevance of defence technology. In order to share information, the working group getsÔÇŽ

New Raytheon Ansch├╝tz service station in Brazil

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has broadened its capability for service alongside the important shipping routes in South America. MRC Eletronica Ltda, who already is a well-established Raytheon Ansch├╝tz service station, has opened a new office in Santos, Brazil. MRC Eletronica attends services in Brazil and South America for Raytheon Ansch├╝tz since many years. In the course of time, the company has proven itself as a reliable and competent service partner on site.ÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz supplies navigation systems for 2nd batch of U214 for South K ÔÇŽ

On February 20th Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has signed a contract to supply a comprehensive package of navigation and control systems for six submarines of type U214. The second batch of U214 submarines for the Republic of Korea Navy will be built under responsibility of ThyssenKrupp Marine SystemÔÇÖs shipyard HDW at Daewoo Shipbuilding and Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea. The scope of supply covers navigational data management, navigation commander console withÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz certified as ÔÇ×Authorised Economic OperatorÔÇť

Since December 3rd Raytheon Ansch├╝tz is certified as AEO. The certification states that Raytheon Ansch├╝tz fulfils highest standards of safety within the supply chain of the international shipbuilding industry. An Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) applies to be especially reliable and trustful. By the certification as an AEO Raytheon Ansch├╝tz has proven that the company is as manufacturer, exporter, storekeeper and importer a reliable partner for the world wide shipbuilding market. RaytheonÔÇŽ

Raytheon Ansch├╝tz NSC ECDIS complies with newest IMO Standards

On January 1st, 2009 the new ECDIS Standard MSC.232(82), IEC 61147 Ed.3 has come into force. Each new installed ECDIS has to comply with the new IMO Performance Standards. As a reliable partner for ship owners worldwide, Raytheon Ansch├╝tz of course has implemented the modifications in due time. A new software version ensures that NSC ECDIS includes all modifications as required by the new rules. In addition to the requiredÔÇŽ

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