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Corporate Profile HAIN - Hydroacoustic Inertial Navigation, position reference system. HiPAP - acoustic underwater positioning and navigation system. Kongsberg Maritime's unique, state-of-the-art AUV. Used for military and civilian applications. location. The first step is getting our equipment onboard, but The Full Picture is only really completed when we fulfill our role as an ongoing supplier, a partner to our customers for the lifetime of the vessel," said Kildal. This philosophy is taken even further with the introduction of Kongsberg System Technology and the systems based on it, K-Line. Kongsberg Maritime's current focus is on providing systems with a common architecture, a common user interface, providing benefits across the board from cost and ease of installation to safety and operation. The company provided further insight into K-Line and its plans for the future at the ONS exhibition in Stavanger in August, and will be doing the same for the shipping industry at SMM this year. "Our core competencies enable the delivery of all critical shipboard sub58 systems, from just one supplier, and an R&D spend of over 10 percent of turnover makes continuous product renewal possible, making best use of the latest available technology to provide fully integrated deliveries. "We will continue to focus on advantages in integrated products as well as stand-alone deliveries of core products. Global sourcing and operation with local activity close to yards is very important and we plan on growing local organizations in Korea, China and Singapore, with new models for project execution. The booming heavy offshore and merchant market assures high activity for three to four years, with floating production and subsea production a particular focus. We are obviously on top of a large wave in this sector and believe we have the technology, service and support to continue our success," said Ole Gunnar Hvamb. Maritime Reporter & Engineering News