Hobart Class Destroyer Enterprise to undergo data-driven asset optimizationNews
June 14, 2021
AUSTRALIA. BAE Systems Australia announced that the company will introduce technologies to enable strategic data-driven decision making in real time across the Hobart Class Destroyer Enterprise.
According to officials, the Destroyer Enterprise supports the three Hobart Class destroyers HMAS Brisbane, HMAS Sydney, and HMAS Hobart at their base at Fleet Base East, Garden Island, NSW, and is responsible for sustaining the three warships and transitioning them into service.
BAE Systems is the Managing Contractor of the Destroyer Enterprise, which includes Navantia Australia, Raytheon, Thales, CASG, and the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The company, as the Managing Contractor, has recently received a one-year extension to its Hobart Class Destroyer Transition Support Period Contract.
BAE Systems’ Integrated Asset Management System (IAMS) is a new technology that is intended to provide a connected, data-driven environment that is designed to bring people, processes, and technology together within a sustainment delivery enterprise.