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At Balt Military Expo 2018, the naval defense exhibition currently held in Gdansk, Poland, Canadian company OSI is showcasing its leading naval integrated navigation and tactical solutions.


At Balt Military Expo 2018, the naval defense exhibition currently held in Gdansk, Poland, Canadian company OSI is showcasing its leading naval integrated navigation and tactical solutions.


Balt Military Expo 2018 OSI Showcasing INTS Navigation Tactical SolutionsOSI stand at Balt Military Expo 2018. Picture: Navy Recognition.


The product of over 20 years of Military Electronic navigation experience and certified against MED Type Approval, OSI’s Integrated Navigation & Tactical System (INTS) gives users the most compliant and fully scalable military Integrated Bridge System (IBS) available.

Shipbuilders will find INTS represents a cost-effective, total solution that provides for IBS installations to be completed on time and on budget. Featuring a scalable, sensor agnostic solution, INTS suits a range of programs from retrofits to new builds, and surface combatants from coastal patrol craft to capital warships.

At the heart of INTS is ECPINS® (Electronic Chart Precise Integrated Navigation System Warship), an International Maritime Organization (IMO)
Approved ECDIS - and one of the only ECDIS independently certified against NATO WECDIS STANAG 4564.

Earlier this month, OSI announced the signing of a contract with Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) in support of the Project BIRO three-ship Multi-Mission Inshore Patrol Vessel (MMIPV) program for the South African Navy (SAN). Under the terms of the contract, OSI will supply and install its INTS, Tactical Asset Control & Tracking (T-ACT) System, and Integrated Mission Management System.

In Poland, OSI is looking to provide its solutions for existing vessels overhauls as well as for future programmes.