BAE Systems are delivering new technologies that will enable data-driven decision-making for the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) three Hobart Class destroyers through the Destroyer Enterprise Charter.

The Charter was launched in late 2019 to support the warships and transition them into service. BAE Systems is the managing contractor of the Destroyer Enterprise, with industry partners including Navantia Australia, Raytheon, Thales, CASG, and RAN1.

BAE System’s Integrated Asset Management System (IAMS) provides a collaborative opportunity for people, processes, and technologies in a data-driven environment. The ultimate aim is to make strategic data-driven decisions that improve processes and workflows to make the team even more efficient and optimise sea-worthiness and performance of the destroyers2.

The IAMS is scheduled to be introduced within the Hobart Class in 2022, a major step forward in delivering a digitally driven sustainment capability for the navy.

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