Hatteland Display announced today that it has entered into a Long Term Cooperation Agreement with Offshore Systems, Ltd., of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Under the terms of this contract, Hatteland Display will supply products from its broad portfolio of type-approved, commercial maritime and military-qualified displays for integration into Offshore Systems' ECPINS Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS, WECDIS) for navigation and situational awareness, and Common Operational Picture (COP) products that focus on the global situational awareness market in C3I applications.
"We are very pleased that Offshore Systems has selected Hatteland Display as its preferred display supplier. With this agreement, we are continuing to build on our market leadership position as a manufacturer of type-approved, ECDIS-compatible displays," said Trond Johannessen, President and CEO of Hatteland Display. "Our selection by Offshore Systems is further testament to the quality and value of our products and to the commitment we make to provide high levels of service to our customers."
Offshore Systems, an OSI Geospatial company, is a pioneer of Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) and a leading provider of marine electronics solutions. For over two decades, Offshore Systems has provided a history of safe navigation that has resulted in increased operational efficiencies for fleets worldwide.
"As a world leader in warship and submarine ECDIS, we are very pleased to be signing a long term agreement with Hatteland Display and welcoming them as a key member of our supply chain. Their product line is innovative and of very high quality. We look forward to a very productive relationship as we work together to increase our market share," said Jon Nicholson, Director of Operations, OSI Geospatial Inc.
Among the products selected for use by Offshore Systems is Hatteland Display's new JH 22T11 MMD display, which is part of the proven Series 1 product family. This product, one of Hatteland Display's high resolution, widescreen, flat-panel displays approved for use in ECDIS systems on large, deepwater vessels, is one of several new products introduced by Hatteland Display in 2009.