OSI Maritime Programs (OSI) is happy to announce that it has been awarded a contract by PGZ Stocznia Wojenna (PGZ SW) Shipyard to supply Built-in Navigation and Tactical Programs (INTS) to the Polish Navy’s Kormoran program, vessels 4 to 6. That is the third contract awarded to OSI by PGZ SW following an earlier signing in 2020 for the supply of INTS to boats two and three, and a WECDIS settlement for the ORP Arctowski (Hydrographic vessel). Beneath the phrases of the contract, OSI will proceed on from the earlier settlement and design, construct, ship, and set up one other three INTSs for the Polish Navy Kormoran Class Mine Countermeasures Vessel new construct program. The Kormoran is a part of the Polish naval modernisation program and can function within the waters of the Polish unique financial zone (EEZ) and take part in NATO’s countermeasure group within the Baltic and the North Sea.

“We’re very happy to have the chance to proceed to assist the Polish Navy and equally pleased with the working relationship with PGZ SW. Kormoran has been a really rewarding mission. It has as soon as once more confirmed OSI’s success in a brand new market and additional developed our footprint in Europe,” mentioned Ken Kirkpatrick, President and CEO.


“Over 25 NATO and Allied fleets function utilizing OSI built-in navigation and tactical options, which interprets to navigation commonality and commonplace to a stage that’s on par with most of the world’s main navies,’ commented Jim Davison, Vice President of Enterprise Developmen.

OSI Maritime Programs, has been offering superior built-in navigation and tactical options to navy clients for over 20 years. As a pioneer of Warship Digital Chart Show and Info Programs (WECDIS), the corporate has grown to be a number one supplier of built-in navigation and tactical options designed for naval and maritime safety operations. The corporate develops and delivers built-in bridge techniques for warships, built-in dived navigation techniques for submarines, and C2 techniques for small craft. OSI at the moment has 25 naval clients from around the globe with greater than 700 warships and submarines working with its world main built-in navigation and tactical options.

INTS is a completely scalable, IMO and NATO STANAG 4564 WECDIS compliant Built-in Bridge System. INTS has Marine Tools Directive (MED) Sort Approval certification from DNV GL as an Built-in Navigation System. Amongst key trade requirements which are met by INTS are MSC.252 (83) and IEC 61924-2 for INS and MSC.302(87) for Bridge Alert Administration. PGZ Stocznia Wojenna Sp. additionally operates as OSI’s Polish Service Centre and Consultant. Stocznia Wojenna Shipyard is a part of PGZ (Polish Armament Group). PGZ acquired Stocznia Marynarki Wojennej in 2017. Stocznia Wojenna has had a relationship with the Polish Navy since 1922 and has developed very excessive requirements for operational and manufacturing efficiencies, within the areas of design, rebuilding, building, modernization, upkeep of Navy vessels, business ships, and floating constructions. PGZ SW can also be specialised in specific and crypto communication in addition to navigation techniques for navy forces.