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Anschütz delivers SYNTACS Navigation System for Indonesian MCM vessels

May 2023 | No Comment

The first of the two new vessels, which are among the most modern ships of their kind, is currently successfully completing its sea trials.

The integrated solution is equipped with Synapsis NX navigation and bridge systems, an integratedSYNTACS command and control system, as well as a state-of-the-art mine-hunting sonar. This enables leading-edge MCM operations that are highly precise, safe and efficient from mission initiation to mission success. Efficient mine countermeasures are of crucial importance for safe maritime traffic and the protection of maritime infrastructure. A newly developed software module for SYNTACS provides the capabilities required to plan, execute, coordinate and monitor MCM missions.

SYNTACS compiles a comprehensive operational picture based on nautical sea charts and the navigation and surveillance sensors on board. Based on this picture, the MCM module enables planning and assigning search areas and search routes, either individually or based on predefined patterns. The MCM solution features object tracking above and below water as well as classification according to MIL-STD-2525. The objects and their precise position are integrated on the common operational picture and shared with every workstation on board in real time.

SYNTACS can be installed as a stand-alone system or integrated with radar and (warship) electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS/WECDIS).

The two MCM vessels will be delivered to the Indonesian Navy in 2023.

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