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  • IPMS Integrated Platform Management System for navy vessels
  • What is IPMS? An integrated platform management system (IPMS) is a distributed system used on board ships and submarines for the real-time monitoring and control of the vessel's hull, mechanical, electrical and damage control machi- nery and systems. Typical machinery, equipment and systems monitored and controlled by the IPMS include: • Propulsion system • Handles, engines, propellers • Power Management System (generators, switch- boards, distribution) • Damage control equipment (e.g. fire pumps) • Auxiliary machinery systems for heating, ventilation, airconditioning, chilled water etc. • Alarm System • Extension Alarm System In essence, IPMS may be used for control and monitoring of virtually all equipment onboard a warship, excluding the combat related weapons/sensors and the ship's com- munication and navigation equipment. IPMS benefits • Open and scalable architecture • Virtually unlimited input/output • COTS based • Reduced ship life cycle cost • High level of automation gives reduced manning Well-proven solution for navies worldwide Logimatic has developed an Integrated Platform Manage- ment System for The Royal Danish Navy's Flexible Sup- port Vessels and Frigates. The system consists of a number of processing units (PLCs) distributed around the ship, and a number of operator stations located in the Engine Control Room and on the Bridge. All operator stations can display any IPMS mimic, so the ship platform can be controlled completely either from ECR or the Bridge. Optional connections to the ship-wide data network en- ables connection of portable PCs for diagnostic purposes and manning of local Damage Control Stations. More than 100 mimic displays have been developed, based on standard windows graphical user interface where data are displayed and controllable components can be manipulated via pop-up faceplates. The mimics are designed in accordance with the system diagrams and show outlines of essential machinery de- tails to facilitate seamless operation of the system. The system has been implemented on the Flexible Sup- port Vessels at the Royal Danish Navy since 2004 and has recently been implemented on the Frigates. “Logimatics IPMS has brought the application of computer aided control and supervision of our ves- sels into a new era, both in terms of operability and maintainability. Logimatic has had a strict focus on the ship ope- rators in the development of a very user friendly system, and we are especially satisfied with the Damage Control System that is tailored exactly to our specific needs. The crew members also express their satisfaction in the daily use of the system, stating that it pro- vides seamless supervision, diagnostic and mainte- nance of the ship equipment.” Captain Per Bigum Christensen Technical Director, Maritime System Danish Defense Acquisition & Logistics Organization
  • IPMS Bridge Alarm Printer OS 02 CPU 02 Switch 02 Bridge IPMS Machinery control OS 07 CPU 07 Switch 07 OS 08 CPU 08 Switch 08 IPMS Damage control Ship Control Center Extension Alarm Panels OS 01 CPU 01 Switch 01 OS 09 OS 11 CPU 11 Switch 11 OS 10 OS 12 CPU 12 Switch 12 Main Engine and Gear 1 Serial Fire Detection System /w local panel Diesel Gen 1 + 2 Navigation System Interface H EWLE T PA CK AR D Des kJ et 895C Colour Printer Serial Royal Malaysian Navy Frigates Enforcer 10000 IPMS Proposal NGV TECH SDN BHD ¤LOGIMATIC 19/05/2010 Serial Diesel Gen 3 + 4 External I/F (TCP/IP, serial) Legend Primary Fibre Net Drop to Primary Net Switch Redundant Control Network OS xx CPU yy Switch zz Outstation ”xx” PLC Processor ”yy” Fibre Net Switch ”zz” Operator workstation, screen, keybd and trackball IPMS Computer Extension Alarm Panel Damage Control Laptop Optional CPP 1 Control System CPP 2 Control System Dataserver 2 Dataserver 1 Propulsion Handle Center Propulsion Handle PS wing Propulsion Handle SB wing Electrical shaft Control Box Serial Serial Serial Pitch Pitch Extension Alarm Panels Propulsion Handle SCC Main Engine and Gear 2 Combat System CoCoS Serial Stability Computer Serial OS 03 CPU 03 Switch 03 OS 05 OS 04 CPU 04 Switch 04 OS 06 Bow Thruster 1 Bow Thruster 2 RPM/Clutch RPM/Clutch IPMS Bridge Alarm Printer OS 02 CPU 02 Switch 02 Bridge IPMS Machinery control OS 07 CPU 07 Switch 07 OS 08 CPU 08 Switch 08 IPMS Damage control Ship Control Center Extension Alarm Panels OS 01 CPU 01 Switch 01 OS 09 OS 11 CPU 11 Switch 11 OS 10 OS 12 CPU 12 Switch 12 Main Engine and Gear 1 Serial Fire Detection System /w local panel Diesel Gen 1 + 2 Navigation System Interface H EWLE T PA CK AR D Des kJ et 895C Colour Printer Serial Royal Malaysian Nav Frigates Enforcer 100 IPMS Proposal NGV TECH SDN BH ¤LOGIMATIC 19/05/201 Serial Diesel Gen 3 + 4 External I/F (TCP/IP, serial) Legend Primary Fibre Net Drop to Primary Net Switch Redundant Control Network OS xx CPU yy Switch zz Outstation ”xx” PLC Processor ”yy” Fibre Net Switch ”zz” Operator workstation, screen, keybd and trackball IPMS Computer Extension Alarm Panel Damage Control Laptop Optional CPP 1 Control System CPP 2 Control System Dataserver 2 Dataserver 1 Propulsion Handle Center Propulsion Handle PS wing Propulsion Handle SB wing Electrical shaft Control Box Serial Serial Serial Pitch Pitch Extension Alarm Panels Propulsion Handle SCC Main Engine and Gear 2 Combat System CoCoS Serial Stability Computer Serial OS 03 CPU 03 Switch 03 OS 05 OS 04 CPU 04 Switch 04 OS 06 Bow Thruster 1 Bow Thruster 2 RPM/Clutch RPM/Clutch Illustration: Example of an IPMS architecture. The IPMS architecture The IPMS is realized with a number of distributed data collection and control units, called outstations, and a number of operator stations with computers, displays and keyboard. All equipment is arranged in a network architecture (see illustration below). An optical Ethernet backbone links the various compu- ters and processors, connected in a ring so single failures do not prevent communication. Remote input/output outstations are connected to “processor” outstations by means of redundant ControlNet where two separate network cables are routed in geographically distinct paths. The ControlNet is deterministic and very reliable and thereby well suited for time critical and demanding control tasks. The distributed architecture ensures a high level of operability and with a careful design of built-in redundancy and control of ship redundant systems, the entire platform comprises a very safe system. The different outstations are located in the different damage zones (or fire zones), thus decreasing the overall vulnerability to fire and flooding. The computer surveil- lance system is realized with two Data Servers (redun- dant) and a number of Clients installed on the operator station computers. The clients are distributed between the two data servers. Each operator station is equipped with two independent sets of computer, monitor, keyboard and mouse. In case of failure of one computer the other computer remains fully operable. External systems, such as the Main En- gine Control System, are connected with serial interfaces where a large number of data can be transferred with- out installing expensive input/output modules. Screen: Conning Display
  • ABOUT LOGIMATIC Logimatic is an international engineering and IT company with 25 years of experience in de- veloping IT based solutions for the global mari- time industry. Logimatic occupies more than 70 employees. Our main activities are concentrated on the sales, implementation and support of in-house developed IT solutions. We wish to be regarded as a professional and loyal partner with years of know-how with re- gard to the marine industry. Throughout the years many of our customers have returned with new projects. This leads us to believe that we bring value to our customers and streng-then their competitiveness. At Logimatic we acknowledge the importance of quality within the working procedures. Hence, we have been certified according to the ISO 9001 since 1998. Logimatic Sofiendalsvej 5B DK-9200 Aalborg SV Denmark Tel.: +45 9634 7000 Fax: +45 9634 7001 E-mail: lmc@logimatic.com www.logimatic.com
  • IPMS Integrated Platform Management System for navy vessels