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Brookes Bell signs ship system analyses software deal

Brookes Bell’s incident Systema to aid Seabourn Venture back to port

Brookes Bell Marine, scientific and technical consultancy has announced a deal with T. Mariotti Shipyard and partner Studio Engineering, to install its Systema software on Seabourn Venture, currently under construction to ensure the vessel’s compliance with Safe Return to Port (SRtP) regulations.

Seabourn’s expedition class ship complete with custom submarines is due to launch June 2021.

Brookes Bell’s Systema analyses ship systems damage in the event of flooding or fire. Based on a full inter-system dependency model, including the geographical location of components, the software assesses essential ship systems for prescribed SRtP casualty damage and identifies critical scenarios that result in system failures.

Recovery and reporting

The software also provides manual crew actions for recovery of failed systems and creates automatic reports necessary for SRtP and produces scenario specific crew manuals for onboard use.

Brookes Bell’s head of software, Vittorio Vagliani said: ‘Systema offers improved accuracy and simplifies tasks for both shipyards and operators. It is able to precisely validate system designs against Safe Return to Port regulations.’

Brookes Bell will demonstration its Systema software at this year’s Seatrade Europe.