Integrated Navigation Systems (INS) and Nautical Equipment
Raytheon Anschütz has an excellent reputation as a reliable provider of Integrated Bridge Systems (IBS) / Integrated Navigation Systems (INS) and nautical equipment such as gyro compass, autopilot, radar and electronic sea charts (ECDIS) for the shipping and shipbuilding market and worldwide navies. Raytheon Anschütz has subsidiaries and regional offices in Shanghai, Singapore, Portsmouth / UK, San Diego, Rio de Janeiro and Panama City.
All navigation components and solutions are developed, produced, and engineered at the Raytheon Anschütz headquarters in Kiel, Germany. To ensure the standards we are accustomed to delivering, all processes are continuously monitored within our Integrated Management System, which complies with international standards such as ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2009 and OHSAS 18001:2007. Furthermore, sophisticated testing procedures above basic IMO levels are applied to all of our products and systems.
Our goal is to support customers – now and in future – with customized solutions at low lifecycle cost, reliable technology and technical expertise “round the clock”. We stand for worldwide first-in-class service support, reliable and safe navigation systems that effectively support seafarers each day, and innovative solutions that help customers in their long-ranged business within the challenging shipping environment today and tomorrow.
IMO-Compliant Integrated Navigation Systems (INS)
Synapsis Intelligent Bridge Control is the latest generation of the Integrated Navigation System. Synapsis is the world’s first system which is type-approved according to IMO´s INS performance standards. Synapsis offers advanced system functionality and increases performance, safety and simplicity through a more intelligent use of resources, redundancies and information in the network.
World’s Most Popular Gyro Compasses
The Anschütz Standard 22 is the world’s most popular gyro compass, sold more than 15,000 times. Standard 22 supports the navigation and steering control system with most reliable and accurate heading information. As a maintenance-free solution the Horizon MF gyro compass is available. Based on Hemispherical Resonator Gyros (HRG), it offers a lifetime performance that outruns other solid state compasses such as FOGs.
Fuel-Saving Autopilots and Steering Control Systems
The NautoSteer AS advanced steering control series covers a variety of devices for manual steering control, track-keeping and monitoring. NautoSteer AS was developed in accordance with fail-to-safe principles. It comes with integrated safety features and comfortable take-over function. As an integral part of a steering control system, the adaptive Anschütz NautoPilot 5000 series combines highly precise track keeping with economic and fuel-saving operation. For smaller vessels, Raytheon Anschütz also offers various non-adaptive autopilots.
Wherever you navigate. We are with you.
In 1904 Mr. Hermann Anschütz-Kaempfe invented the gyro compass for ships. This was the starting point for a history full of maritime innovations and - for the prestigious Anschütz & Co. company. In 1995 Anschütz & Co. was acquired by the Raytheon Company (USA) and renamed to Raytheon Anschütz GmbH.
For more information about our company and our competence, about our products and customized systems solutions, about our current research projects, or about our wide range of maritime services, please visit our website.
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