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Integrated Platform Management Systems

L-3 MAPPS is a leading global supplier of integrated marine control systems and simulation products for warships, submarines and high-end ocean-going commercial vessels worldwide.

Marine Systems and Simulation,
8565 Côte de Liesse,
H4T 1G5,
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L-3 MAPPS is a leading global supplier of integrated marine control systems and simulation products for warships, submarines and high-end ocean-going commercial vessels worldwide. The business has been a pioneer in the integration of military shipboard control systems as well as simulation products, and its systems are installed on approximately 140 ships for 18 navies around the world. Its systems are also installed in over 450 commercial vessels, including the new Queen Mary 2 luxury liner.

Integrated platform management systems

Why do the US Navy, German Navy, UK Royal Navy, French Navy and other premiere navies of the world choose L-3 MAPPS’s Integrated Platform Management Systems?

L-3 MAPPS’s pioneering integrated platform management system (IPMS) uses advanced computer-based technology to control and monitor platform machinery and systems on-board warships. It comprises sensors, actuators, remote terminal units and real-time data processing for information display and control operations from multifunction consoles.

L-3 MAPPS’s open architecture IPMS significantly reduces a navy’s life cycle costs through reduced manning requirements and a reduced logistics burden. It also provides the highest levels of ship survivability and operational readiness.

L-3 MAPPS's Integrated Platform Management System uses advanced technology to control and monitor platform machinery and systems in warships.
The L-3 MAPPS Standard Marine Console has been designed to meet today's needs for a compact, open architecture, human-machine interface workstation.
Typical Console Screen Graphic. Intuitive design of screen graphics makes for easy operation.
Sample Battle Damage Control System Screen.

The modular design of L-3 MAPPS’s IPMS with widely-distributed intelligent electronics, interconnected by multiple data buses, enables marine engineers to control and monitor all platform machinery and distribution plus emergency operation systems, from several shipboard locations. This provides total ship survivability through layered redundancy.

Integrated platform management system projects

L-3 MAPPS’s IPMS and Navigation/IBS have accumulated more than 7 million hours of operational experience, and have been delivered to / selected for over 150 warships with 18 of the world’s navies. Following are some of L-3 MAPPS’s more significant projects:

  • German Navy F-124 Frigate
  • German Navy K130 Corvette
  • Canadian Navy City Class Frigate
  • Canadian Navy City Class Frigate IPMS upgrade
  • Canadian Navy Tribal Class Destroyer (retrofit)
  • UK Royal Navy ASTUTE Class Submarine
  • UK Royal Navy LPD(R) Landing Platform Dock
  • UK Royal Navy CVF Aircraft Carrier
  • US Navy CG-48 Cruiser (Smart Ship) (retrofit)
  • US Navy LHD-7 Fuel Fill Control System
  • US Navy LPD-17 Landing Platform Dock
  • US Navy Osprey Class Minehunter
  • US Navy DDG-61/62 Destroyer
  • US Navy CVN-77 Aircraft Carrier
  • US Navy Littoral Combat Ship
  • US Navy DDG-1000
  • Litton-Ingalls SA’AR5 Corvette
  • Royal Netherlands Navy LCF Frigate
  • Royal Brunei Navy OPV
  • Republic of Korea Navy KDX-II Destroyers
  • Republic of Korea Navy KDX-III Destroyers
  • Republic of Korea Navy FFX Frigates
  • Republic of Korea Navy LPX
  • Republic of Korea Navy Minelayer
  • Republic of Korea Mine Sweeper / Hunters
  • United Arab Emirates TNC 45 Patrol Boats (retrofit)
  • United Arab Emirates Baynunah Class Corvettes
  • United Arab Emirates Ghannatha Class Patrol Vessels
  • Royal Australian / New Zealand Navies ANZAC Class Frigate
  • Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. LM2500 IEC Controller Test Cell
  • Indian Navy P-17 Frigates
  • Indian Navy P-71 Aircraft Carrier
  • Indian Navy LST (L)
  • Indian Navy P-28 Corvettes
  • Royal Malaysian Navy Patrol Vessels
  • Hellenic Navy Elli (S-Class) Frigates
  • Finnish Navy Hamina Class Patrol Vessels
  • Royal Brunei Navy Offshore Patrol Vessel
  • French Navy NTCD Landing Platform
  • Royal Swedish Navy Visby class corvette
  • Royal Swedish Navy Stockholm class corvette
  • Royal Norwegian Navy Skjold class missile torpedo boat
  • – Royal Norwegian Navy Hauk class fast patrol boat

Advanced monitoring and control applications

In addition to providing advanced monitoring and control capability for the ship’s platform machinery, for example for propulsion, electrics, auxiliaries, damage control and steering, L-3 MAPPS’s IPMS incorporates a number of advanced applications, such as an integrated bridge system; a digital gas turbine control system; a battle damage control system; an equipment health monitoring system (including vibration monitoring); an on-board team training system and a digital CCTV system.

L-3 MAPPS’s Marine Control System’s successes can be attributed to proven systems utilising advanced technology, plus an integrated marine product team approach which enables L-3 MAPPS to ‘think locally and act globally.’ We make a concerted effort to listen carefully to our customers, and work closely with our sister companies and partners to meet customer needs with superior IPMS technology.


  • L-3 MAPPS Overview

    L-3 MAPPS is a leading global supplier of integrated marine control systems and simulation products for warships, submarines and high-end ocean-going commercial vessels worldwide.

Press Releases

  • Royal Canadian Navy KINGSTON-Class Vessels to be Equipped with L-3 MAPPS Degaussing Systems

    L-3 MAPPS announced today that it has been awarded a contract to supply degaussing systems for the Royal Canadian Navy's 12 KINGSTON-Class Maritime Coastal Defence Vessels. These advanced degaussing systems will be delivered and supported locally in collaboration with SAM Electronics, an L-3 company, which produces one of the most effective means of ship protection against modern sea mines. The SAM Electronics solution reduces the magnetic signature of ships to safe levels mitigating the threat from sea mines and has been successfully delivered to 15 of the world's leading navies.

  • L-3 MAPPS to Build Second Simulator for China’s Hongyanhe Site

    L-3 MAPPS has won a second simulator order for China's Hongyanhe nuclear power plant from Liaoning Hongyanhe Nuclear Power Co Ltd (LHNPC), the plant owner and operator. The second simulator is for operator training for Hongyanhe plant's third and fourth units. Preparatory work on the simulator wi

  • L-3 MAPPS Exhibit at DSEi 2007

    Leading Canadian integrated platform management system developers L-3 MAPPS have just returned from a highly successful week of exhibiting at London's DSEi 2007 Exhibition. Taking place from the 11th to the 14th of September, DSEi (the Defence Systems & Equipment International) exhi

  • L-3 MAPPS to Deliver Thirteenth Control System to Korean Navy

    L-3 Communications MAPPS (L-3 MAPPS), a subsidiary of L-3 Communications, announced today that Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Company has awarded a contract to L-3 MAPPS to supply an Integrated Machinery Control System (IMCS) for the second ship of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy's p

  • L-3 MAPPS Certified to ISO 9001:2000 International Quality Standard

    L-3 Communications MAPPS, a wholly owned subsidiary of L-3 Communications, announced today that the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) has confirmed that L-3 MAPPS maintains a quality management system that conforms to the ISO 9001:2000 international standard for its Marine Systems and Si

  • L-3 Communications Announce Purchase of CAE's Marine Control's Unit

    On February 4, 2005 CAE Inc. announced it had concluded the major portion of the sale and purchase of CAE's Marine Controls unit to L-3 Communications Corporation. Set up now as L-3 Communications MAPPS Inc. with a wealth of experience, know-how and technologies, we are ready

  • CAE's Marine Division Wins Contracts Worth C$16 million

    Montreal, September 29, 2004 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE's marine division has signed contracts with a number of commercial marine customers around the world for a total value of more than C$16 million. In the largest of the contracts, CAE has been selected by Croati

  • CAE's Marine Division Signs Contracts Worth $19 million

    Montreal, August 2, 2004 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE has signed new contracts to provide integrated bridge systems (IBSs) for the United Arab Emirates' Baynunah-class corvettes, and a land-based test facility for the German navy's F-124-class frigates. CAE has also s

  • CAE USA Marine Systems Names New Director of Technology

    Leesburg, Virginia, January 7, 2004 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE USA marine systems has named Capt. William H. Luebke to the newly created position of director of technology, effective Jan. 5. Luebke, who just retired from the U.S. Navy, will work with the division's existin

  • CAE Receives Level 3 Rating on Software Engineering Processes

    Montreal, October 28, 2003 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE's marine systems division based in Leesburg, Virginia, has had its CMM Level 3 rating reaffirmed in a Software Capability Evaluation (SCE) against the Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM).

  • CAE Wins C$16M Contract for Control Systems to Indian Navy

    Toronto, October 2, 2003 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE has won a C$16-million contract to supply the Indian navy with integration and control systems for three of the navy’s new landing ships. CAE will supply prime contractor Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers with a

  • CAE awarded C$12M in U.S. Navy contracts

    Toronto, August 12, 2003 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE has been selected to supply electric plant control systems for the largest and most advanced warship in naval history, the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), as well as for the U.S. Navy’s latest LPD 17 class amphibious

  • CAE Awarded C$8.5 Million in New Marine Contracts

    Toronto, June 13, 2003 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE’s commercial marine systems division, CAE Valmarine, has won contracts worth C$8.5 million to supply CAE Damatic™ automation systems for installation in five vessels. CAE Damatic™ systems enable a single crewman to have full contro

  • CAE wins Repeat Business for Korean Navy (ROKN) Warships

    Toronto, April 22, 2003 - (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) CAE, a world leader in the design of marine control systems and training solutions, has been selected to supply shipboard control systems for the fourth in a series of KDX-II class destroyers destined for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN). List price f

  • CAE joins Thales CVF team bidding on UK Royal Navy future carrier program

    Toronto, Ocotber 9, 2002 (NYSE: CGT; TSX: CAE) - CAE, a world leader in the design of marine control systems and training solutions, today announced it has become an exclusive partner in the Thales CVF team’s bid to build two 50,000-ton aircraft carriers for the UK Royal Navy. The Thales CVF team is

  • CAE USA Marine Systems Achieves Milestone for Software Compliance

    Toronto, July 9, 2002 (TSX:CAE) - CAE today announced that its Marine Systems operation based in Leesburg, Virginia—CAE USA Marine Systems—has achieved a milestone for software compliance at the highest level of industry standards, the Capability Maturity Model (CMM) Level Three certification.

  • CAE Announces C$37 million in New Business with Malaysia

    Toronto, June 3, 2002 – (TSE: CAE) CAE today announced it has been selected to provide control systems for an additional four new MEKOâ 100 Patrol Vessels for the Royal Malaysian Navy, being built by PSC-Naval Dockyard in Lumut, Malaysia. The value of this new business for CAE is C$37 million. It is


  • USS George HW Bush (CVN 77) Aircraft Carrier

    The USS George HW Bush aircraft carrier, CVN 77, is the tenth and final ship of the Nimitz Class nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. The CVN 77 programme was authorised in 1999 and Northrop Grumman Newport News was awarded the prime contract for construction of CVN 77 in January 2001.

  • Visby Class Corvettes

    The Visby Class of stealth corvettes were built for the Swedish Navy by the Swedish company Kockums (a subsidiary of Thy

  • Queen Elizabeth Class (CVF)

    UK CVF Royal Navy aircraft carriers, HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales, are the largest warships ever constructed in the country.

  • Type 45 Daring Class Destroyer

    The UK Royal Navy's new Type 45 destroyers have replaced the old Type 42 destroyers that were in service since 1978. Six Type 45 destroyers were contracted.

  • TH-119 Military Training Helicopter

    Leonardo-Finmeccanica introduced the TH-119 single-engine, next-generation military training helicopter during the Navy League Sea-Air-Space Exhibition held in Washington DC in 2016.

  • Anzac Class Frigate

    In November 1989, the Australian / New Zealand frigate building project contracted Australian shipbuilders Tenix Defence

  • Sachsen Class (F124)

    The Sachsen Class (F124) is Germany's air defence frigate built by ARGE F124, a consortium consisting of Blohm + Voss as

  • Osprey Class

    The Osprey Class ships are the world's largest Glass-Reinforced Plastic (GRP) ships and are the first US Navy ships desi

  • Halifax Class Frigates

    Saint John Shipbuilding is the prime contractor for the Halifax Class frigate or Canadian Patrol Frigate programme. Nine

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8565 Côte de Liesse
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