Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel (MCDV) - Degaussing
The purpose of the MCDV Degaussing project is to deliver outstanding MCDV degaussing capability. The project objectives are to:
- remove the obsolete degaussing control panels currently fitted in three KINGSTON Class ships;
- procure, install, integrate, set-to-work, test and spare new degaussing control panels in up to 12 KINGSTON Class ships, fitting each ship with three control panels and power supplies (mounted in a single vertical cabinet) complete with all interconnecting power, control, and communication cabling;
- meet the maintenance and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) requirements for the modified system; and
- train operator and maintenance personnel, and procure or create appropriate training software and training documentation.
This project will fulfil the requirements described in the MCDV Technical Statement of Requirements (TSOR).
A contract for this project was awarded to L-3 MAPPs Communications Inc. in 2011. The acquisition value of this project is $4.6 million.
Under $20 million
Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)
- Options Analysis Phase
- Definition Phase
- Implementation Phase
- Initial Delivery
- Final Delivery
Defence Capability Areas
Defence Capability Investment Areas
Key Industrial Capabilities
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