Flexible and modular automation platform to increase system reliability and reduce maintenance costs.
The Wärtsilä Integrated Automation System (IAS) family is a flexible and modular automation platform capable of providing a range of functionality from basic Alarm & Monitoring to advanced Integrated automation systems.
Wärtsilä IAS LT is targeted for vessels requiring a basic, value driven solution. Wärtsilä IAS LT provides a largely standardised alarm and monitoring solution, where control functionality is not required. In its simplest form, Wärtsilä IAS LT includes monitoring of engine, propulsion and essential engine room support systems with standard operator interface screens for alarm groups, summary and historical trending. Through Extended Alarm System (EAS) and Deadman System (DMS), Wärtsilä IAS LT meets classification requirements for Unmanned Machinery Space (UMS) operation.
Wärtsilä IAS is the next level of automation which includes control capability of ship’s systems from a central location on the vessel. This level provides all the basic functionality of the LT version together with added and seamless integration of Wärtsilä’s state-of-the-art Power Management System, Engine Control and Propulsion Control systems. Integration and control of Third Party ship’s auxiliary systems is also included.
Wärtsilä IAS XT
Wärtsilä IAS XT includes all the features and functionality of IAS LT and IAS versions of the Wärtsilä automation family. Wärtsilä IAS XT extends the capability of Wärtsilä IAS by integrating with smart Vessel Performance & Information System, Condition Based Monitoring of Engines & Propulsion and Remote Online Support. It also interfaces with DP systems and other bridge navigational systems such as Voyage Data Recorder (VDR), Bridge Alarm and Monitoring System (BAMS), ECDIS, Conning, GPS to list a few.
Wärtsilä is a global leader in advanced technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. By emphasising sustainable innovation and total efficiency, Wärtsilä maximises the environmental and economic performance of the vessels and power plants of its customers.