SEASPilot™ Navy

SEASPilot is SEASTEMA’s proprietary autopilot system providing automated ship course control for naval vessels, cruise ships and yachts.

SEASPilot™ provides Heading Keeping (HK), Track Keeping (TK) and Follow Target (FT) within its core module.
A dedicated interface panel allows operator to quickly and effectively set all autopilot parameters. 

The control panel has been designed for seamless integration with SEASTEMA SEASNavy or SEASMast IBS, or with any other third party integrated bridge solution.

SEASTEMA DPS is available for non-redundant (DPS0), single-redundant (DPS1) and double-redundant (DPS2) applications.

Our DPS control system is built according to an open hierarchical system architecture, allowing to add/ remove specific functions to meet operational requirements and to customize the system for the intended ship configuration.

SEASTEMA DPS is available for non-redundant (DPS0), single-redundant (DPS1) and double-redundant (DPS2) applications.

Our DPS control system is built according to an open hierarchical system architecture, allowing to add/ remove specific functions to meet operational requirements and to customize the system for the intended ship configuration.

SEASTEMA DPS is available for non-redundant (DPS0), single-redundant (DPS1) and double-redundant (DPS2) applications.

Our DPS control system is built according to an open hierarchical system architecture, allowing to add/ remove specific functions to meet operational requirements and to customize the system for the intended ship configuration.

Additional modules are available for semi-automatic HK and automatic Dynamic Positioning (DPS).

The wide experience and know-how on hull hydrodynamics and ship propulsion systems available within the Fincantieri group has allowed SEASTEMA to develop a state-of-the-art DPS, a reliable and complete solution for automatic ship position/heading keeping in adverse weather. At the core of the DPS is a proprietary Force Allocation Logic (FAL) capable to handle efficiently all types of propulsion configurations and specifically optimized for twin CPP-rudder configurations with Main Diesel Engines which represent a standard for naval vessels.