Exail to Equip Spanish S80 Submarines with WECDIS Navigation System

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Exail, a global leader in naval navigation, along with its distributor in Spain, GRAFINTA, S.A. has secured a contract with Navantia to supply its Gecdis-W Warship Electronic Chart Display and Information System (WECDIS) for the four Spanish S80 Plus-class submarines.

Developed by Navantia for the Spanish Navy, the S80 Plus-class submarines are designed with operational mobility to navigate discreetly and swiftly at high speeds, enabling them to complete missions involving potential threats. The integration of Exail’s Gecdis-W system will further enhance the submarines’ capabilities, supporting the crew with electronic navigational charts. IMO-certified as ECDIS software and fully compliant with NATO’s STANAG standards, Exail’s Gecdis-W system will serve as a cooperative navigational asset for the Spanish Navy during sea-based military operations.

“Exail and Grafinta are honored to maintain the level of close collaboration with Navantia and contribute our expertise to the Spanish S80 submarines,” stated Alexandre Maia, Regional Sales Manager at Exail. “Aligned with the S80 submarines’ core design objectives of stealth, endurance, and operational flexibility in remote and potentially hostile areas, our WECDIS system is set to contribute to the operational effectiveness and safety in submarine navigation within challenging underwater environments.”

This latest success confirms Exail’s leadership in naval navigation for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems. Exail has indeed already been selected to equip all the platforms of the French Navy, as well as platforms of the navies of Latvia, India, Greece, UAE and New-Zealand.

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