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Shipcom has partnered with HISD by implementing improved automation for warehouse and transportation staff through mobile computing. We have implemented a robust technology platform, Catamaran® 14NG (Next Generation), that enables HISD to rapidly deploy mobility solutions seamlessly integrating with HISD’s corporate system - SAP. Additionally, Shipcom has supported HISD’s efforts to maintain and enhance warehouse labels and mobile label printing for outbound deliveries. Catamaran provides HISD maximum flexibility – a fully capable system of record when needed or a nimble mobility solution that delivers productivity to the frontline
Shipcom was selected by FEMA to support the housing and life support needs of FEMA responders in the 48 Continental States by establishing camps and support services expeditiously (24-72 hours). Additionally, Shipcom brings mission critical real-time asset tracking, logistics execution (LES) and intra-contractor systems communication integration using our Catamaran NextGen software platform. Our solution delivers a comprehensive and flexible option for FEMA to make informed decisions in a time sensitive environment supporting the CONUS Responder Support Camp (RSC) Mission’s vast challenges under one single umbrella. With a large inventory of strategically staged assets through partners and suppliers, in-house IT platform, transportation capabilities, and proven experience, we stand ready to respond. Whenever groups of people need to be relocated or are temporarily displaced due to emergencies and disasters, there is a need for ensuring the effectiveness of emergency response personnel. Typical requirements may last anywhere from a weekend to a year, thus requiring a tailored solution that stages responders, authorized personnel and assets deployed according to size, location and duration of a Responder Support Camp (RSC) within any or all of FEMA’s 10 regions
Material tracking in industrial environments – like distribution centers, outdoor laydown yards, and manufacturing shops or warehouses – is a challenging proposition. Ingalls Shipbuilding features many of these large open storage spaces, filled with materials and containers that are moved regularly and on a frequent basis. The environment can be hectic, fast-paced and is not conducive to time-consuming manual forms and pen and paper processes. Fortunately, Shipcom has provided a solution: a modern mobility based material tracking system to capture transactions at the edge. Such a solution captures a significant number of tasks associated with the receipt, inspection, and movement of material and manufactured assemblies – slashing time spent processing and issuing, reducing waste and loss, and creating money-saving efficiencies from Day One.
Ingalls Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, specializes in the development and production of warships for the surface Navy fleet, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marine Corps, and foreign and commercial customers. With 11,500 employees, Ingalls is the largest manufacturing employer in Mississippi, and operates a complex shipyard across over 800 acres. They are builders of 35 Aegis DDG 51 class guided missile destroyers, LHA 6 class large deck amphibious ships, National Security Cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard and the sole builder of the Navy’s fleet of San Antonio (LPD 17) class amphibious assault ships. To scale, Ingalls is the largest supplier of U.S. Navy surface combatants, and has built nearly 70 percent of the U.S. Navy fleet of warships.
Supply chain management
Quality and inspection Management
Reporting & Dashboards
The US Border Patrol (USBP) has a requirement for an end‐to‐end capability for cyber‐security solution(s) to address system vulnerabilities in order to protect DHS Southern border surveillance systems. These systems include the Integrated Fixed Tower (IFT) system, Remote Video Surveillance Systems (RVSS) and future fully integrated IFT/RVSS systems. Team Shipcom is providing a prototype using cutting edge technology to protect both information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) assets which will address system vulnerabilities to meet security requirements for system accreditation with an Authority to Operate (ATO) 2,3 lines highlight summary (what they do and how they benefit from us).
The IFT system consists of ground surveillance radars and day/night surveillance cameras mounted on fixed towers. The RVSS includes multiple color and infrared cameras mounted on monopoles, lattice towers, and buildings and differs from the IFT in, among other things, the RVSS does not include radars. Team Shipcom will provided end‐to‐end capability for cyber‐security solution(s) to address system vulnerabilities.
The Catamaran Worker Safety and Personnel Accounting System is a proven solution for Mustering, Fall detection, Incident management, Unauthorized work areas and Locating employees during search and rescue or recovery. For Oil & Gas industries and hazardous areas, the solution is intrinsically safe. The system is designed to connect to Portable gas detectors to enhance the safety features by providing real-time gas levels and employee’s gas exposure details.
People Tracking and Safety
Real-time Asset Tracking
Real-time tracking of vehicles