THE LEADING BRIDGE SYSTEM INTEGRATOR
Visit us at DSEI
Raytheon Anschütz is a German-based subsidiary of Raytheon Company. We stand out with our long experience in designing and integrating navigation systems, with a record of more than 35,000 vessels using our navigation systems.
Meet us at DSEI - from 12-15 September 2017 at the ExCel in London, UK.
DSEI presents the full spectrum of maritime defense and security products, technologies and equipment, from the latest warships and vessel design to advanced new systems for surveillance, communication, weapons, sensors and navigation. Raytheon will participate as a well established system integrator for global navies – visit us at Stand # S9-110.
Raytheon Anschütz is contracted to deliver the INBS for the UK Royal Navy Type 26 programme as a tier 1 supplier.
At DSEI Raytheon Anschütz presents a down scaled version of Type 26 which is suitable for small combatants such as OPV's and mine warefare vessels.
Technology Base and Systems Integration
Our integrated navigation system solutions are based on state-of-the-art technologies. Common / shared hardware platforms, service-oriented multifunctional displays and intelligent data distribution via lean and transparent LAN add efficiency, flexibility and customized performance to any of our solutions.
As one of the most experienced and capable navigation system integrators, Raytheon Anschütz is committed to design individually optimized, efficient systems solutions together with the respective customer to meet complex requirements and, at the same time, to reduce risk and non-recurring development cost.
Systems integration includes integration of Government Furnished Equipment (GFX), as well as acceptance of a total system responsibility.
The systems are designed to budget and requirements and are scalable to any size of vessel.
Get more information: DSEI Handout
Recent References with Global Navies include the supply and integration of Integrated Navigation Systems for the UK Royal Navy Type 45 and the design for the Type 26 Combat Ships, and the current German Navy K130 Corvettes and F125 Frigates programs. For the Royal Canadian Navy we have integrated navigation Radars as part of the Halifax Class Frigate modernization program.
Further UK references include the integration of steering controls and autopilot systems on the Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carriers, the integration of WECDIS aboard the Type 45 Destroyers to enhance INS capabilities, and an in-service support (ISS) solution for the Type 45 Destroyers which is supported through our UK Office near Portsmouth Naval Base.
The header picture showing a 3D model of Type 26 is property of and underlies copyright of BAE Systems.