OSI Geospatial delivers advanced geospatial systems that provide real-time situational awareness for military, safety and security applications. Our systems integrate and visualize live data with any combination of sensor data, imagery, maps and charts. This allows for enhanced operational performance, safety and security through shared real-time situational awareness.
OSI systems and software are in use by military, government, and commercial customers around the world.
OSI's ECPINS-W Sub is a fully developed Warship ECDIS (WECDIS), which offers surface and submarine solutions compliant with the NATO WECDIS STANAG 4564. It is now in use with 14 navies worldwide. OSI’s ECPINS® is the only software to have achieved third-party formal assessment by a notified body to this standard.
The company provides the most advanced warship surface and subsurface navigation capabilities worldwide to fourteen navies with over 400 vessels currently in operation with OSI solutions. ECPINS is our flagship product, and was developed by one of the largest and most experienced software engineering teams in the industry.
The company provides a host of other world-leading naval navigation, situational awareness and C2 solutions, including:
ECPINS-W was developed for use on military vessels to enhance situational awareness and improve navigational safety. It enables military users to navigate in the most challenging conditions and conduct mission-critical work successfully. ECPINS-W is the fleet standard for NATO and allied navies including those of Canada, the UK, Australia, Denmark, Portugal, New Zealand and the Netherlands.
INTS is a fully scalable, versatile and cost-effective bridge solution for patrol vessels to major combatants. Multi-function workstations consisting of WECDIS, W-AIS, ACT, radar functionality, conning display and other third party products (EO/IR etc) are all available.
The system architecture makes effective use of multiple paths for sensor and data distribution and is genuinely open architecture, thereby ensuring high levels of redundancy.
The OSI NavTacDDU is a core part of the OSI integrated navigation system and meets the requirements of a "Consistent Common Reference System" and an S-VDR in single or dual redundant configurations. The NavTacDDU will accept sensor data in NMEA format and records up to 30 days of raw sensor data, radar imagery, WECDIS screen captures and bridge audio.
All sensor data is distributed over redundant local area networks to all bridge navigation workstations and to other systems such as IPMS and CMS.
ECPINS-W Sub is the only software suitable for digital dived navigation with submarine-specific dived navigation tools including pool of errors, bottom contour-fixing on ENCs and RNCs, water space management and moving havens, weapon safety features, target motion analysis and automatic SUBNOTE plotting.
Warship-AIS (W-AIS) improves the situational awareness provided by ECPINS through the addition of IMO-compliant AIS. The ‘Warship’ functionality allows users to manipulate data through database analysis, employ MIL STD 2525B symbology, create contacts and pass or share information between other W-AIS users.
Designed for small craft use, ACT is a rugged, small-form factor navigation and C2 system. ACT is an ideal solution to numerous operating scenarios including MIOPS, amphibious operations, port security and littoral warfare. Its simplified user interface minimises operator interaction whilst still maintaining a high degree of navigational safety and situational awareness.
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