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Raytheon Anschütz Submarine Systems for Indoensia's Type 209/1200 Submarines

Naval Industry News - Germany, South Korea, Indonesia
Raytheon Anschütz Submarine Systems for Indoensia's Type 209/1200 Submarines
Navigation, steering and control technologies completedthe Sea Acceptance Test onboard the newest submarine for the Indonesian Navy within a minimum of time. Raytheon Anschützhas delivereda customized, type S55 submarine steering stand, including the newly designed three-dimensional autopilot, as well as a battery monitoring system –to Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME), who are constructing the newest submarine destined for use by the Indonesian Navy (TNI AL).
Raytheon Anschütz Submarine Systems for Indoensia's Type 209/1200 SubmarinesTNI AL's second Type 209/1200 SSK at DSME Okpo shipyard
The new system’s autopilot features a robust controller that ensures safe steering and maneuverability, with speed, precision and minimal noise. As a software-based system, the autopilot can offer an extended functional range, including smart integration of the rudder steering system with electronic sea chart or situational awareness systems for waypoint steering and tactical maneuver planning.

Raytheon Anschutz’s Gerald Baden, who leads thesubmarine businessarea, states:
“Our new 3D autopilot demonstrated its full steering accuracy and our customers have expressed their overall satisfaction with the robustness and performance of the integrated steering solution.This acceptance test for the Indonesian submarinewas the third successful implementationof the new autopilot in an international submarine program.”

Systems performed as designed throughout the Sea Trials, and were supported onboard with engineering and customer service specialists from Raytheon Anschütz.

Hull 7712 is the first of three 209-class submarines for the Indonesian Navy. Theyfeature a modified design and are being builtat Daewoo’sOkposhipyard in South Korea.