Dynamic positioning systems (DPS)
DYNAMIC POSITIONING INTERFACE Instant, Shockless, Continuous Shifting Keep vessels on station as directed by the dynamic positioning system—a ...
... or in cases when fast reaction from the system is required. In 2002 we have delivered dynamic positing system for the first water jet driven fast crew boat in the world. Since than we ...
K-POS DP-11 DYNAMIC POSITIONING SYSTEM The DP-11 provides a direct interface to the propellers, thrusters and rudders, and includes the necessary interfaces ...
... AlphaDynaPos DP Dynamic Positioning System automatically controls a vessel's heading and position by activating thrusters based upon data as received from position reference ...
The Mega-Guard Dynamic Positioning System (DP) automatically controls a vessel’s heading and position by activating thrusters based upon data as received from position ...
Dynamic positioning for fishing boats Keep a fixed position Hold constant speed Dynamic positioning for workboats of all sizes Available for even the smallest workboats Simple ...
The XENTA Dynamic Positioning allows the pilot to electronically anchor the vessel with the push of a button. The system uses a proprietary GPS and compass to increase ...
... Building on Guidance Marine's proven pedigree, the RadaScan View system enhances traditional microwave DP reference sensors to provide additional situational awareness directly at the DP ...
... workboat industry Easy to use touchscreen interface Minimizes hardware and cable runs Can be integrated with EMI Steering and Engine Controls Open architecture design Only for vessels for longer than 50 feet
NAUDEQ introduce VR-DYPO - a joystick and Dynamic Positioning System, based on latest control technology and implemented on a Windows NT / 2000 PC Platform. Highly accurate position control ...
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How to choose this product
A dynamic positioning (DP) system is a computer system capable of automatically controlling a vessel's rudders, propulsion and thrusters. It receives input from satellites and various shipboard sensors.
The system is able to keep a ship or platform stationary at a fixed point or maintain course along a predetermined track, independent of weather, current or other factors. Speed can be made dependent on parameters such as water depth or wave height.
These systems are used for cable laying, dredging, drilling, close maneuvering, offshore loading and other purposes. The system allows commands as precise as, "37 meters from the berth, rotate 130° counter-clockwise, with the stern as the pivot point."
The DP system is connected via computer to bridge instruments such as GPS, AIS, gyrocompass, position reference systems, anemometer, steering and gear controls, among others. Its computer contains a mathematical model of the ship and analyzes wind, current and wave action. This process entails a delay in achieving vessel stability when switching to DP operation.
How to choose
The IMO has established requirements for three classes of DP system, Classes 1, 2 and 3. Classes 2 and 3 must include mechanisms for automatically maintaining control when one or more system modules fail. Such units should undergo Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) tests.
- Requires qualified personnel
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