NEWS 2015

Nov 25, 2015

Servowatch has introduced a new 'Trim and Draught Assist' stability optimiser designed specifically to ‘balance the draught’ of SWATH (Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull) vessels.

 

Wayne Ross, Chief Executive Officer, Servowatch, said: “The need to calculate ship trim and draught is one of the most important measurements operators take to ensure vessel stability and safety. The Servowatch TDA is designed to control a balanced draught for a vessel, providing automatic flow control after manual trim has been set."

 

“While the system is not a fully automatic dynamic stabilisation system, the system can be reset to automatically recognise the optimum draught and trim required under different operational conditions, such as loading or unloading fuel, supplies and personnel.”

 

Employing high accuracy hydrostatic level transmitters, concurrent measurement of ballast tank levels and  multi-point draught indication can be achieved. These instruments have an encapsulated stainless steel housing to protection class IP68 and IP69K, this is essential in protecting the measuring cell and electronics from external moisture.

 Servowatch Trim And Draught  Assist System For SWATH Vessels data sheet

Nov 25, 2015

Servowatch has developed a cost effective replacement for Decca ISIS 250 alarm systems based on its ServoCore™ product. The Remote Termination Units (RTU) have been designed to interface with the ships field wiring keeping the installation costs to a minimum.

 

The solutions are designed to replace the local panel and 19” rack versions of ISIS. Using the Servocore™ ISIS replacement gives customers the latest marine monitoring technology and Servowatch’s Winmon software.

 

The Servocore™ product is marine type approved in its standard format.

Nov 8, 2015

Come and visit us at our last event for this year at New Orlean WorkBoat Show.

1st - 3rd Dec

Booth No: 517

Nov 8, 2015

Oct 2015

Korea

Oct 8, 2015

The fully integrated platform management system Servowatch has designed and built for three new offshore patrol vessels for the UK Royal Navy has successfully completed BAE Systems’ Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT).

 

Servowatch, the leading supplier of advanced integrated ship control systems, will now integrate the IPMS package at BAE Systems’ shipyard on the River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland, where the next-generation OPVs are currently under construction.

Oct 8, 2015

We have had a busy month exhibiting at Seatrade Offshore in Abu Dhabi and Pacific International in Sydney at the starts of the month.

We are now preparing to exhibit at Kormarine in Busan, Korea from 20th - 23rd.

Come and visit us on stand 4K22 in the UK Pavilion.

Oct 7, 2015

 

        Stand at Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboat Show - Abu Dhabi - Oct 2015

Oct 6, 2015

Servowatch Stand 3P33

6th - 8th Oct 2015

Sep 10, 2015

Servowatch have designed an embedded computer module 'ServoSentinel' specifically designed for industrial and marine automation applications, which has gained Type Approval from Lloyds register and DNV this summer.

ServoSentinel Data Sheet

Sep 10, 2015

We will be sharing a stand with Tensosys at Seatrade Offshore Marine & Woakboat Show in Abu Dhabi on 5th - 7th Oct 2015

Stand Number: T1

Sep 10, 2015

We have had a busy week at Baltexpo in Gdansk, Poland with lots of interest show for our entry-level COTS solution 'ServoCore' Alarm and Monitoring System.

Stand at Baltexpo 2015

Aug 18, 2015

ServoCore, the commercial-off-the-shelf alarm, monitoring and control solution (AMC) Servowatch Systems introduced last year, has now received type approval from classification society Lloyd’s Register.

 

Certification follows the successful type approval in July of SevoSentinel, Servowatch’s advanced embedded computer module for marine applications where more extensive system integration and platform management is required.

 

May 19, 2015

Please find the newly released brochure for our ServoFusion product range at the end of the following link:

ServoFusion Brochure

ServoFusion delivers 'bespoke solutions for advanced vessels, built upon ServoCore foundations' and is available to all markets.

May 19, 2015

IVMS - Integrated Vessel Management System
Designed and tested on The Royal Netherlands Sea Rescue Institution (KNRM) new lifeboat
‘Nh 1816’, in close collaboration with KNRM, the IVMS has been designed specifically
for special purpose craft where redundant functions and inter-operability are critical
for bespoke missions, for example, Border Police, Customs, Fisheries Protection, Search
and Rescue, and Special Forces Rapid Insertion Craft.

IVMS press release

May 19, 2015

Seawork International

Seawork International is the largest and fastest growing commercial marine and workboat event to be held in a European working port. With the focus clearly on applications and solving problems. Now in its 18th successful year, Seawork attracts over 520 exhibitors and 7327 visitors from all over the world. Seawork takes place in a single-storey venue which converts to a top grade facility of international standard.

Date: 16th - 18th June 2015

Venue Address: ABP Port of Southampton, 103-104 Herbert Walker Avenue, Western Docks (via Dock Gate 10), Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 1HJ, United Kingdom

Stand A283

Apr 7, 2015

Servowatch Specialist Vessel IPMS - Integrated Platform Management System has been nominated by their customer  KNRM for The Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary  Machinery  - Electrical Systems Award, and are one of 3 company's already short listed.

 

The Electrical Systems Award is one of seven categories in this year’s Marine Propulsion Awards scheme. The scheme celebrates innovations made during 2014 and  the  Electrical Systems Award was judged against  this standard: The winning entry will demonstrate how, by using the equipment, a ship, a fleet or a company has seen improved efficiency, reduced costs, waste or provided better safety.

 

The winner of the award will be announced at The Annual Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery Conference awards dinner on 15th  April at Lancaster Hotel, London.

Mar 3, 2015

Servowatch have been presented with a certificate of recognition for their continued partnership with Rockwell Automation as System Integrators.

Servowatch is a member of the Rockwell Automation RcSI program and will benefit from dedicated technical and project support from Rockwell Automation in the successful execution of automation projects.

The community of Rockwell Automation Recognised System Integrators ensures that, through loyal partnership between both parties, projects are executed according to industry standards.

Justin Coote - Rockwell Account Manager, Wayne Ross - Servowatch CEO & Bill Dennison - Rockwell Sales Director UK & Ireland

 

Feb 9, 2015

Servowatch Systems’ cooperation with UK-based Cathelco has resulted in what is claimed to be the most technically advanced new generation ballast water treatment system (BWTS) on the market.

 

UK-based Servowatch, the global leader in automated ship control systems, has been working closely with Cathelco to develop a fully integrated alarm, monitoring, and process control system for its combination filtration and UV BWTS, a key component of the IMO approval process and U.S Coast Guard AMS acceptance.

Jan 21, 2015


Servowatch Systems’ Head of R&D Stafford Williams received a special thank you yesterday for his “exceptional” work on KNRM’s new, award-winning lifeboat, Nh 1816.

Roemer Boorgaard, the Chief Executive Officer of KNRM, the Royal Netherlands Sea Rescue Institution, sailed across a wintery North Sea specifically to extend his gratitude and present Stafford and his team with a "Statue of the Bronze Rescuer" for their specialist work on the project.

Speaking at the Servowatch Systems facility in Heybridge, Essex, Mr Boorgaard said: “Stafford and his team’s understanding of our requirement and their ability to design and integrate systems capable of meeting those exacting requirements was truly exceptional.