Marine & Offshore | Royal Canadian Navy
Danish duo delivers marine engineering for Canadian Navy ships
As sub-supplier to Odense Maritime Technology, Init has delivered design and consulting in connection with six new patrol ships for the Royal Canadian Navy.
The Canadian Government procured a fleet of six ice-capable Harry DeWolf-Class Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) to enhance the Royal Canadian Navy’s maritime surveillance capabilities. The first ship in the class entered the construction phase in September 2015 and was delivered in 2018.
Sourcing from the other side of the Atlantic for best-in-class marine design
Odense Maritime Technology and Init joined forced to deliver marine engineering and naval architecture for the project. Specifically, Init’s marine design specialists delivered functional design, technical drawings for installations, design support for electrical systems, technical support, power distribution and switchboards as well as consulting on electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
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