YALTES Showcases Developments in its Special Solutions at IDEF

2 Eylül 2019
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The news article that is in the second section of IDEF’19 Special Dossier published in the 71th issue of MSI Turkish Defence Review is now available on our website:

 

Developing special solutions for marine platforms, YALTES shared the latest developments in its works at the event. Among these, the New Type Operator Console, the Combat System Video Network and Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS), the Integrated Fire Damage Control Instrument Panel and the Stability Balance System were of particular note. These solutions are used aboard MİLGEM, the Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) and in the Barbaros-Class Frigate Mid-Life Modernisation Project.

YALTES hosts Admiral Adnan Özbal, the Commander of the Turkish Naval Forces, and the accompanying delegation at its stand.

YALTES hosts Admiral Adnan Özbal, the Commander of the Turkish Naval Forces, and the accompanying delegation at its stand.

 

The New Type Operator Console, which is compatible with the ADVENT system and is capable of displaying 4K quality image, will be first used in the Barbaros-Class Frigate Mid-Life Modernisation Project. The consoles to be used aboard the LHD have been delivered to HAVELSAN by YALTES, and the console is expected to find use in further projects of Naval Forces Command.

The console showcased at the event was run by the mission system developed by YALTES. The system can assume some of the functions of the Combat Operations Centre, aboard low-tonnage ships lacking such a centre or aboard coast guard ships.

Rear Admiral Bülent Olcay, Head of Plans and Principles Department of the Turkish Naval Forces, receives information about the New Type Operator console.

Rear Admiral Bülent Olcay, Head of Plans and Principles Department of the Turkish Naval Forces, receives information about the New Type Operator console.

 

YALTES’ Combat Systems Video Network provides the distribution, recording and replaying of 4K-quality images. The system, which was first delivered for the fourth ship in the MİLGEM Project, was on display at the event, along with the LHD version.

The Fire Damage Control Instrument Panel, which was showcased together with the Stability Balance System on two different screens, supports the identification of interventions or escape routes in the event of a fire or if the ship is damaged, by marking the relevant compartments. It also allows the current situation to be viewed as a whole. Since the system is integrated with IPMS, the image of the system can be reflected on all screens in IPMS.

The New Type Operator Console, which is compatible with the ADVENT system and is capable of displaying 4K quality image, will be first used in the Barbaros-Class Frigate Mid-Life Modernisation Project.

The New Type Operator Console, which is compatible with the ADVENT system and is capable of displaying 4K quality image, will be first used in the Barbaros-Class Frigate Mid-Life Modernisation Project.

 

The Stability Balance System shows the compartments that are taking on water in the event of the ship being damaged. It can also carry out a simulation taking into account the ship’s trim level and lateral inclination, and calculates whether the ship can survive on the water.

The Fire Damage Control Instrument Panel and the Stability Balance System were showcased in their renewed and improved versions, having been integrated aboard the third and fourth ships in the MİLGEM Project. Other ships of the class will be retrofitted with some of these renewals and improvements.

YALTES’ Combat Systems Video Network permits the distribution, recording and replaying of 4K-quality images.

YALTES’ Combat Systems Video Network permits the distribution, recording and replaying of 4K-quality images.

 

The Fire Damage Control Instrument Panel (top) and the Stability Balance System (bottom) were showcased together on two different screens.

The Fire Damage Control Instrument Panel (top) and the Stability Balance System (bottom) were showcased together on two different screens.

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