CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION OF CENTRAL MACHINERY CONTROL SYSTEM (CMCS) ON THE NOAAS THOMAS JEFFERSON. Solicitation ID/Procurement Identifier: 1305M220QNMAN00460 Ultimate Completion Date: Fri Feb 28 18:00:00 GMT 2025
The Hexagon LSD46 hardware shipset for the Machinery Control System (MCS) is a commercial item developed, designed, and produced solely by Hexagon US Federal, Inc. Hexagon's hardware is the only of its kind that will match the technical specifications required by shipyard fabricated foundations and mounts.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD A SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) intends to procure customized breakout boxes, cables and adaptors to perform troubleshooting measurements and evaluations on VME (Versa Module Europe) Circuit Card Assemblies on the DDG-51 class Machinery Control Systems on a Sole Source basis from Silver Engineering, Inc. (SEI).
The Naval Surface Warfare Center - Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) intends to procure on a sole-source basis three (3) 21.3" LCD displays along with cabling and brackets for replacement on UCC Workstations supporting the DDG 111 and 112 Machinery Control System (MCS) from General Digital.
The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) is hereby issuing a Request for Information (RFI) from all potential sources, small-businesses and large-businesses, to provide information regarding a commercial, modified commercial (non-developmental item), and/or non-commercial supply solution(s) for the four distinct systems with below specifications/performance requirements: Machinery Control System (MCS): The requirement will be to deliver four
Added: Jul 01, 2019 1:02 pm Sole Source - NAG Marine has specifically designed and manufactured this system for US Navy ships.
DDG-51 Integrated Bridge Controls (IBS) Systems provide a means of automating the collection, processing, and bridge watch stander's efficiency and navigational safety. Integrated Bridge Controls systems implement ship control Algorithms to reliable control steering Machinery Control System and Fuel Control System (FCS) computer programs Shipboard and at LBES.
The purpose of the Industry Day event is for interested parties to gather a better understanding of the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) based Machinery Control System (MCS) for potential use on future ship classes before submitting a Capabilities Statement. Capabilities Statements shall be submitted NLT than 18 June 2020. Please see attached document entitled "Future Machinery Control Systems Survey" for specific information.
NAVSEA is seeking information on industry's ability to provide specialized engineering services on contract N00024-18-C-4208 in support of the MCS systems after the initial delivery of the system, to resolve equipment integration issues at the Government labs and on the ships in the shipyards.