Burnaby’s OSI’s INTS Passes Sea Acceptance Test for SAN MMIPV

May 25, 2022 – OSI Maritime Systems (OSI), a leading provider of integrated naval navigation and tactical solutions, has announced the company’s Integrated Navigation & Tactical System (INTS) successfully passed its Sea Acceptance Test (SAT). “This had been OSI’s first project with Damen and the first introduction of the company’s IMMS with our core navigation and tactical system,” stated Ken…

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Cellula Robotics of Burnaby Working on Australian Project

Cellula Robotics Ltd. (Cellula) is pleased to announce we are six months into a contract with Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS), to develop the next generation of fuel cell powered, Extra-Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (XLUUV). Funded by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and in collaboration with sovereign sub-contractors, project SeaWolf is set to debut the first 12m XLUUV hull in the…

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OSI of Burnaby to Provide IBMS for German Navy F126 Program

OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) of Burnaby has been selected by Damen Naval to provide a comprehensive navigation suite to the Federal German Navy’s F126 program. The contract includes Integrated Bridge Management Systems (IBMS) for the frigates and land-based test and training sites (Landanlage), all powered by ECPINS. ECPINS forms the heart of OSI’s IMO type-approved Integrated Navigation System – MSC…

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OSI Contracted to Deliver TDNS for New Build Submarine Program

August 6, 2020 – OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) of Burnaby is pleased to announce the signing of a contract to provide the Company’s advanced submarine solution, Tactical Dived Navigation System (TDNS), for a new build submarine program. The contracted system is based on OSI’s design being delivered to the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) as part of a recent fleet-wide upgrade…

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Burnaby’s OSI Upgraded H(SW)MS Gotland with TDNS

June 5, 2020 – OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) of Burnaby is pleased to announce the inclusion of Tactical Dived Navigation System (TDNS) as part the first-in-class submarine “Gotland” upgrade for the Royal Swedish Navy. Led by SAAB Kockums, the A19 submarine upgrade was a comprehensive modernization program. Included in the upgrade, TDNS with ECPINS Submarine 6.2 (ECPINS) was chosen for…

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