IFS announced on Thursday that the Royal Norwegian Navy has decided to extend its use of IFS Applications by purchasing additional user licenses.
The Norwegian Armed Forces uses IFS Applications for military logistics to manage mission-critical processes like configuration management, including document and spare parts management, maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO), and supply chain.
The Navy’s recent decision to purchase additional users means that the IFS industry solution will empower more personnel working deployed on one of its vessels or on land.
The solution is distributed between vessels and onshore sites, also offering integration with the government finance and HR system.
Complying with the Navys operational requirement for six months operation in autonomous mode, the IFS solution can process work as usual and replicate the data to the master database when deployed in theatre as well as when returning from duty.
"IFS Applications is the only solution that lives up to the stringent operational requirements of the Armed Forces in general and the Navy in particular," IFS A&D industry director Graham Grose said.
"Efficient defense logistics and asset management are mission-critical as they underpin the efforts of all military personnel whether they are deployed overseas or working domestically", Grose added.
The Norwegian defense ministry has confirmed that they have found cracks in the hull in several of its F-16 fighter aircrafts. In an email to the newspaper Bergens Tidende, Air Force said that cracks have occured in the fuselage under the cockpit
The Norwegian Government has asked for new budget authorizations for a total value of $1 billion for the acquisition of six new F-35 fighter aircraft and additional equipment and services for 2015. Including these aircraft, the New Fighter Aircraft program will have been authorized to acquire 22 of the new aircraft, with deliveries to begin by the end of next year
Norway is planning to invest nearly $622 million in the third and final phase of development of the Joint Strike Missile (JSM), according to statement issued on 23 May by the Norwegian Ministry of Defence. Since 2004, the JSM is under development with an objective to equip future Norwegian F-35 combat aircraft with a weapon that allows for successful engagement of highly defended sea- and land targets at very long range
The Norwegian Government has today submitted to Parliament a revised National Budget in which it confirms that it will present a proposal for development of the Joint Strike Missile before the summer. This further development of Kongsbergs JSM will implement Stage III in the development of the JSM missile for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)
Enterprise applications company, IFS today announced a new software tool for the civil aviation industry for flight planning and maintenance. Called the IFS Tail Planning, Optimization & Assignment, the tool maximizes aircraft allocation efficiency, supports aircraft planning and optimally schedules maintenance events, a company statement said
IFS, the global enterprise applications company has been identified as the global number one vendor of enterprise asset management (EAM) software for aerospace and defense (A&D) industries. IFS has been recognised by ARC Advisory Group in its most recent “Enterprise Asset Management Global Market Research Study”
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