HAVELSAN Participates To DIMDEX 2012, Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition

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HAVELSAN Participates To DIMDEX 2012, Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition
 
HAVELSAN, ‘Software and Systems House’ participates to Doha International Maritime Exhibition and Conference which will be held between 26-28 March 2012 in Doha/Qatar National Convention Centre, with its Naval Combat Systems developed as well as other capabilities and projects.

As an investment of Turkish Armed Forces Foundation, HAVELSAN is a global software and systems company, serving in IT and defence market worldwide. HAVELSAN developes its core capabilities in C4ISTAR, Simulation and Training Systems, Interoperability and Management Information Systems fields.

Focusing on the analysis, design, development and integration of complex and large systems with its expertise, skill sets, synergy and teamwork HAVELSAN has adopted a systematic approach to meet growing the customer demands for comprehensive and introperable solutions.

The latest capabilities and projects of HAVELSAN in Naval Combat Systems fields will be main context of HAVELSAN stand in DIMDEX 2012.

GENESIS:
GENESIS modernizes and expands the capabilities of the Combat Management System (CMS) used on FFG 7 ships, while leveraging its original foundation to interface with the ship’s sensors, weapons and platform data.

With GENESIS, all OJ-197 and OJ 194 consoles, as well as both weapon control consoles (WCC) are removed. The GENESIS Combat Information Center (CIC) features eight operator concoles with dual, vertical flat-panel displays; two tactical concoles with side-by-side displays; and a large screen display. Additional features include integrated video distribution with multiple topside cameras, customized Commanding Officer and Brdige displays and digital data recording.

The weapon support processor (WSP) is replaced with an open and distributed architecture CMS that runs on modern, commercial-off-shelf (COTS) processors and workstations. While the MK 92 fire control system remains the same, the AN/UYK-7 computer that was used as the WSP is reconfigured as a cold, backup replacement of the MK 92 weapon control processor (WCP).
     
HAVELSAN, ‘Software and Systems House’ participates to Doha International Maritime Exhibition and Conference which will be held between 26-28 March 2012 in Doha/Qatar National Convention Centre, with its Naval Combat Systems developed as well as other capabilities and projects.
HAVELSAN Genesis combat management system
     
GENESIS runs on a redundant Gigabit Ethernet LAN and interfaces with all weapon, sensor and platform system through common subsystem interface units (SIU).
A central interface unit (CIU) replaces both WCCs and interfaced via and SIU to GENESIS, enabling all WCC functions to be performed by GENESIS consoles.

Benefits of GENESIS:
  • Reduces footprint and complexity of the FFG 7 combat management system.
  • Uses powerful modern COTS computers and network technology.
  • Supports multiple radars and integrates data into a single coherent picture for optimum situational awareness.
  • Expands identification, detection and tracking capabilities.
  • Provides comprehensive intelligence quickly for improved decision making
  • Easily supported, maintained and upgrated.
     
HAVELSAN, ‘Software and Systems House’ participates to Doha International Maritime Exhibition and Conference which will be held between 26-28 March 2012 in Doha/Qatar National Convention Centre, with its Naval Combat Systems developed as well as other capabilities and projects.
HAVELSAN MILGEM
     
MILGEM:
HAVELSAN performs as CMS designer and system integrator in this program named MILGEM. Within the project, all sensors and weapons will be integrated to GENESIS based Combat Management System using specific hardware equipped with the latest technologies. HAVELSAN performs following activities in MILGEM Project. • GENESIS based Combat Management System
• Combat Management System Multifunction Operator Console and Cabinet procurement and integration
• Ship Data Distribution and Time System
• Combat System Data and Video Network
• Message Handling System design/production and integration
• Ship Information System design and integration
• Torpedo Countermeasure System procurement and integration

MELTEM:
The aim of the MELTEM project is to convert CN-235 aircrafts as Maritime Patrol (MPA) and Maritime Surveillance (MSA) and to deliver the associated ground segments. The program includes 6 MPAs for Turkish Navy and 3 MSAs for Turkish Cost Guard. HAVELSAN is the main subcontractor in the program and responsible for delivering the Ground Support System, Airborne Platform and Functional Mission Computer Software for the other main sub system. HAVELSAN also provides Tactical Command System, Tactical Command and Control Information System (TCCIS), Ground Control Station, System Integration Test Bench, Mission System Tools and Integrated Logistic Support.
     

HAVELSAN NTPB
     
NEW TYPE PATROL BOAT (NTPB):
The other important projects in the context is New Type Patrol Boat (YTKB). Currently 16 NTPB are being constructed for Turkish Navy and HAVELSAN is the main sub-contractor for the development, procurement, integration, installation, test and ILS activities of combat systems.

SHIP DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (HVL-SDDS) :

Ability to access information is a highly important and critical asset for todays modern naval platforms. For modern naval combattants with various functions and by facilitating communication between numerous operating systems onboard, Ship Data Distribution Systems (SDDS) could easily be resembled with nerve systems of human body. While every systems used to operate their own transmission, distribution and interface components in classical design, today following technologic and financial advantages have been attained by using modern SDDSs:
• High level automation and optimisation,
• Very fast data transfer
• Marginalised potential integration implications
• Lower cost for material and manpower,
HAVELSAN SDDS is designed to collect and convert a range of navigation and timing data (distance, time, course, ,speed, depth) from multiple sources and distribute processed and selected information to weapon, ship control and communication systems on differing scale platforms.

NEW TYPE SUBMARINE PROGRAM (NTSP) :
6 new Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) submarines are being constructed in Turkey dor Turkish Navy. As the leading local defence company and the main sub-contractor, HAVELSAN is responsible for the softqare development, test and integration of Combat Management System (CMS) with Integrated Sensor Underwater System (ISUS 90-72).
HAVELSAN CMS activities on NTSP include;
• Development, upgrading, modification and maintenance of ISIS 90-72
• Establishment of Land Based Test Site (LBTS) at HAVELSAN
• Integrated underwater system software development.

SIMULATION&TRAINING SYSTEMS :
HAVELSAN Simulation and Training Systems product portfolio includes turn-key training centers, full mission and full flight simulators both for fixed wing and rotary wing platforms, Weapon System Trainers, Operational Flight Trainers, Virtual Flight Trainers and other sythetic training aids tailored for the specific needs of the end-user. Havelsan’s HVL-SIM™ Product Line, has other offerings such as;Tactical Control Center, Training & Logistics Management System, Radar Simulation, Sensor Vision Simulation, Weapon Simulation, Computer Based Training and e-learning applications. Army Training and Simulation products include Artillery Forward Observer Simulator and various armed vehicle simulators.

In the field of Air Defence & Information Systems, Millitary Enterprise Information Systems, MEIS, has been designed as a large scale integrated Command Control Information System that encompasses an integrated software system for the main areas of activity of the Turkish Air Forces Command (Operations, Intelligence, Logistics, Personnel, Training, Strategical Plan, Financial Management, Evaluation Auditing, and Official Millitary Publications) in which different technologies and architectures are being used. MEIS is a unique system worldwide and in terms of its scope it is the largest defined National Information System project in Turkey.

HAVELSAN, which is a preferential company in both local and international markets, will be sharing its projects and capabilities in in DIMDEX 2012 with the other global players and visitors.
Visit HAVELSAN during DIMDEX 2012 on stand S-310

 

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