(HAMBURG, Germany) — Transas Marine has completed the installation and commissioning of the Transas T-Bridge integrated bridge systems for three ice-class vessels built by Keppel Singmarine, the specialized shipbuilding subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine. The official naming ceremony for the three vessels took place on Sept. 10 at Keppel Singmarine’s shipyard in Singapore.
Transas supplied integrated bridge systems including full navigation systems, external and internal communication systems, and CCTV. Known for its cutting-edge solutions for the maritime industry, Transas T-Bridge is designed to add further safety to navigation, simplify bridge operations, and offers a flexible bridge configuration.
The installations were carried out on board Hull 383 (Bumi Uray), ice-class supply vessel; Hull 384 (Bumi Pokachi), ice-class supply vessel, and Hull 385 (Bumi Naryan-Mar) ice-class multipurpose rescue vessel at Keppel Singmarine’s shipyard. All vessels are built for Bumi Armada Berhad, a Malaysia-based international offshore oilfield services provider and one of the top owners and operators of OSVs in Asia. When delivered, the vessels will operate in the Caspian Sea.
Transas is a world-leading provider of high-tech equipment, software applications, integrated solutions and services for the maritime industry: Transas has over 35 percent of the ECDIS world market share, around 25 percent of VTMS installations and over 45 percent of the maritime simulation market. Transas offers best-in-class navigation systems and integrated bridge solutions, recognized training and simulation solutions, well-known VTMS and coastal surveillance systems, fleet and port management systems, onboard and individual decision support systems for professional crew and pilots, as well as popular applications for leisure and the marine mass market. Transas operates more than 20 own regional offices as well as its global network of partners serving Transas customers in more than 120 countries. For more information, visit www.transas.com.