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Commercial and military vessels around the world rely on Rockwell Automation marine automation and control systems to optimize performance for ship engines, thrusters, ballast, propulsion, steering, and more. Our common shipboard architecture provides ship-wide control and visualization. Our commercial off-the-shelf technology for applications and equipment:
The results: Fleets that are more efficient. Commercial and naval operations that are more cost-effective.
We deliver industrial automation and control through our control systems, motor control, and smart devices portfolios
For plants to become information driven, they need a strong foundation consisting of one industrial network architecture
We offer industrial security and solutions, that include network security solutions, to help securely connect your automation products across your plant and throughout your enterprise
Sea-going ships and some off-shore oil/gas platforms are required to be "classed" by one of the principal marine classification societies before insurance is arranged and regulatory licenses issued. The marine classification societies also perform many other inspection, certification, and auditing functions. We have over 300 specific products certified in type approvals by these societies.
To achieve efficient operation, you must keep your complex ship systems up and running – and safeguard your critical assets. From vibration monitoring of propulsion and maneuvering systems to oil analysis of oil-wetted machinery, our integrated condition monitoring solutions provide easy access to shipboard asset health information.