Praxis Automation Technology

Praxis Automation Technology develops, manufactures and delivers innovative ship automation, navigation and electric propulsion equipment for all types of vessels.

Ship automation, Navigation, Electric propulsion

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Innovative ship automation, navigation and electric propulsion

Praxis Automation Technology, founded in 1965 in The Netherlands, began with manufacturing and supplying alarm and monitoring systems for sea going vessels. During the years, our experience combined with extensive research, enabled the company to offer complete solutions in the ship automation, navigation and electric propulsion equipment field. Today we manufacture and supply the second generation of the “Mega-Guard” Ship automation, Navigation and Electric propulsion system.

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Praxis Automation Awarded Major Contract By Rawabi Vallianz Offshore Services To Equip Entire Fleet With Dynamic Positioning Systems

Praxis Automation, a global leader in ship Automation, electrical propulsion and dynamic positioning systems, announced that it has been awarded a long-term collaborative contract by Rawabi Vallianz Offshore Service (RVOS), a Saudi world class support service provider to the offshore industry. RVOS is one of the offshore service companies of Rawabi Energy company.


Under this RVOS fleet-wide contract, new build and existing offshore support vessels will be equipped with Praxis dynamic positioning systems, as well as customised equipment and software for digitization of the fleet in phases agreed with RVOS. This collaboration marks a pivot point in advancing maritime technology and safety in the gulf region.

In total Praxis Automation will supply 59 shipsets of Praxis DP-2 systems under this contract, facilitating a remarkable transformation of RVOS's fleet capabilities. This comprehensive project encompasses the conversion of 39 vessels with existing DP systems to Praxis DP-2 System, including the supply to 20 newbuild vessels ordered by RVOS from other regions in the world.

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