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Survey Vessel

Announcing the Completed IPS Project of Survey Vessel by QVISE: Navigating with Precision.

Welcome to QVISE, the launching pad for marine innovations. We are proud to announce the successful completion of the IPS Project of Survey Vessel as evidence of our dedication. QVISE, a leader in marine solutions, is pleased to demonstrate its proficiency in providing IPS solutions for cutting-edge vessels designed for precise survey and exploration missions.

Project Overview

The Survey Vessel, built to meet the needs of contemporary survey operations, represents a turning point in maritime exploration. QVISE engaged with DJHC and Aeroton and signed the contract for Integrated Product Support (IPS) development in April 2018. This Project was completed in July 2020. The IPS scope was from the Design Phase through to the Construction Phase.

Scope of Project

The ideal equipment for accomplishing the performance goals of the mission was finalized by the Designer and Purchaser in consultation with QVISE specialists. As a result, a Ship Fit Definition (SFD) document was created with an exact Make/Model signifying a new and identical system. A physical audit of the equipment was done after the machinery had been assembled on board to check for alterations and to confirm the location, Make, and Model of every piece of equipment, as well as the Serial Number.
Configuration Management (CM) is divided into seven main categories i.e., Hull structure, Propulsion, Power Generation & Distribution, NAVAID & Communication, Auxiliaries, Outfitting & Furnishing, and Armament. The Entire ship was configured following the above categories. For configuring the ship and its equipment, the standards followed were MIL-STD-973, MIL-HDBK-61A, and SAE EIA 649-C. As for the Configuration Identifiers (ESWBS structure) – in accordance with American Standard S9040-AA-IDX-010/SWBS Volume I & II.
The customer was given Logistics Product Data (LPD) for study, which was done on 31 pieces of equipment for this project based on relevant standards and included RAM Analysis, FMECA, RCM, MTA, TNA, noneconomic LORA, and obsolescence & supportability risk management.
We prepared 252 Equipment and System Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMs) in accordance with MIL-STD-15071H and MIL-DTL-24784D, while MIL-DTL-24784-4D for COTS (Commercial Off The Shelf) Equipment and provided to PN for on-board and depot maintenance of Equipment and the Ship itself.
MMS of 252 equipment was prepared as per BR-1313 and required documents were prepared for Planning, Executing, and Recording of Maintenance routines.
As per US DoD guidance and the NAVSUP P-488 COSAL Handbook, we added an inventory of about 14800 unique parts as well as different codes. The FLSIP (Fleet Logistic Support Improvement Program) 0.25 for 90 days of operation was used to compute the onboard ship allowance (COSAL), and the COSMAL allowance for three years was also calculated in accordance with the pertinent forecasting rules. As a result, the store's low and high levels were also built in accordance with the needs of the ship. Additionally, we sent PN Dockyard a list of all the recommended workshop tools, equipment, machinery, benches, special to-type tools, test equipment, and benches. Also, Level 3 and Level 4 major equipment/systems training curricula and BMT costs were provided.
QVISE utilizes CAMS (Computer Aided Management) software as requested by the customer/End-user as an interface to document Configuration Management (CM) and attach all configuration items with MMS Package and Technical Manuals, as well as installation drawings, and Shipbuilder-arrangement drawings. Furthermore, the complete Parts list of the Assemblies & subassemblies is also attached with the configuration item.
The IPS project's completion for Survey Vessel demonstrates QVISE's commitment to advancing marine research and exploration. It represents our dedication to providing researchers with state-of-the-art boats that promote knowledge and exploration in our seas.
As we rejoice in IPS of Survey Vessel's accomplishments, we look forward to taking on new challenges in marine sector. Keep up with us for news, analysis, and innovations affecting maritime exploration in the future.