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SCISYS

Street
Methuen Park
ZIP Code
SN140GB
City
Chippenham
Country
United Kingdom


Company Profile:
Employing over 400 staff, SciSys is a leading developer of Information and Communications Technology services, e-Business and advanced technology solutions. The Company operates in a broad spectrum of market sectors including Media Broadcast, Space, Government & Defence, Environment and Applications Support sectors. SciSys clients are predominantly blue chip and public sector organizations. Customers include Environment Agency, the Ministry of Defence, Astrium, Arqiva, Cable & Wireless, the European Space Agency, Eumetsat, the BBC, the National Archives and Transport for London. The Company has UK offices in Chippenham, Bristol and Reading and three offices located in Germany. More information is available at www.scisys.co.uk.
SciSys has a compelling track record. For nearly 30 years we have worked closely with our clients building business strategies, cost-effective technology solutions and long term relationships.

We define, design, build, integrate and support reliable, sustainable solutions based on experience with pioneering technologies. We deliver essential business transformation, embracing people and processes as well as technology.

Our success is built on technical expertise, domain knowledge and a genuine drive to work with clients in ways that suit their needs and commercial expectations.

Our strength lies in delivering quality services on time and to budget, using methods and procedures which deliver solutions which are fully conformant with ISO 9001:2008, 27001 and 14001.

SciSys Group Overview

SciSys provides its solutions through five businesses, four of which are market-focused divisions: Government, Environment, Media & Broadcast and Space. The fifth is our cross-sector Applications Maintenance and Support Division. Each is responsible for business development within its respective markets and for the delivery of the work which it secures. Our underlying strategy is to ensure that our solutions can be adopted and adapted across divisions utilising the expertise within one division for the benefit of the Group as a whole (see diagram below).





Customer benefits are derived from fulfilling real business needs. This requires comprehensive IT knowledge and an ability to innovate, to enable an organisation to visualise where it is possible to improve their business to gain a competitive edge, whether in Government, Defence, Media or in profit-making businesses, or to implement scientific challenges in Space.
Profiltitel

Integration of Marine Systems and Components

What we offer:
SCISYS has been developing electronic architectures for military vehicles for over 10 years. During this time we developed SEAFTM, an integrated electronics architecture for managing a wide variety of hardware and associated software.
SCISYS used SEAFTM to design and implement a new SIMS (Systems and Information Management System) for the RNLI’s latest class of all-weather lifeboat, the Shannon class.
Unlike many electronic architectures, SEAFTM is not closely integrated with any specific hardware – all the component parts can be replaced with matching or new components from any supplier. This allows legacy and new devices to be integrated progressively which often suits the needs of marine systems where a step change is not always possible. This flexibility is possible due to the underlying software architecture that allows hardware and software components, even network types, to be replaced and updated without affecting the other parts of the system.
This means that changes and advances in hardware can be accommodated, giving a secure basis for through life support of the class. Additionally it means that advances in technology and the evolving business remit can also be accommodated. Furthermore the SEAFTM components used for a particular vessel can be re-used in other classes and vehicle types.

What we are looking for:
SCISYS would welcome the opportunity to talk to organisations who are looking at new ways to manage ship systems, providing better control and monitoring of the vessel and improving crew safety and security.

Keywords:
  • Shipyard installations and equipment
  • Ship safety equipment
  • Electrical engineering/electronics (e.g. communication, lighting systems)
  • Navigation & Monitoring


Collaboration sought:
  • Commercial alliance
  • Industrial alliance
  • Research, Technological alliance
  • Trade Intermediary Service (agent, distributor, representative)


Responsible

Mr Ian Hartley

Account Manager

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