The UK based automation and control expert, Applied Marine Automation, is making its Seawork debut this year with its new partner, the German manufacturer Böning.
Applied Marine Automation has recently become the UK agent for Böning’s products and systems, which include screens, displays, navigation, alarm and monitoring systems that are used extensively on commercial ships and workboats around the world.
David Rowe, managing director of Applied Marine said: “We are delighted to be working with Böning. The products are well known within the commercial and leisure marine industries and with our integration expertise we’re looking forward to developing the UK market.”
The Böning solutions are suitable for the initial outfit of a vessel and also for refits where electronic systems require technical updates for improved operational characteristics and expanded functionality.
User friendly touchscreen displays, integration of iPad and iPhone devices, powerful panel PCs and multiple redundant safety systems allow skippers convenient and clear access to all relevant data.
Products are developed in accordance with classification societies and packages can be tailor-made to suit individual needs and provide the system configuration and commissioning.
Applied Marine Automation works with luxury and commercial boat designers and builders offering flexible design, commissioning and training packages for on board electronic systems.
Visit Applied Marine Automation on stand number A144 at this year’s Seawork International.
By Anne-Marie Causer