The history of the NAVIS dynamic positioning system begun long before its first installation on board the platform supply vessel “Candy Pioneer” in the Gulf of Mexico, in 2002.

More than 600 DP Systems have been installed on board ships in major oil and gas offshore development areas.

Furthermore, NAVIS has broad experience in the control of ships performing non typical offshore tasks, such as:

– Wind farm support vessels;

– Cable laying barges;

– Fast crew boats;

– Cruise and Ferry ships;

– Ice going ships;

– Diving support vessels;

– Anchor handling and Platform handling

vessels; etc.


Key Strengths

Compact System: The NavDP4000 is the most compact system currently in the market with reference to footprint on the bridge, addressing challenges to projects with space constraints on the bridge.

Start-up time: The NavDP4000 requires almost no time to start DP operations therefore minimising fuel consumption and additionally allowing the operation to commence at a quicker pace.

Hardware in loop (HIL) test: The HIL technique is used for software debugging and hardware checks.

The hardware components of the system are checked while connected to the HIL test bench. The NavDP4000 is then delivered and commissioned on-board the vessel once it passes the initial in-house testing.

Commissioning and Sea Trials: The NavDP4000 is perfectly pre-tuned with relevant documentation prepared to ensure a relatively faster commissioning at yard, providing a very stable system for the vessel owner.

Extended Logging System: An extended logging system has been developed and used for critical applications forming an ideal base for incident investigation and preventive maintenance.

“Tritek Power & Automation is the authorized Sales and Service Partner for NAVIS Dynamic Positioning System, NAVIS Joystick Control System & the NAVIS Autopilot System.”