Applied Marine showcases Böning products at Seawork 2018

As the UK agent for Böning products and systems, Applied Marine Automation will be exhibiting at Seawork 2018, showcasing the robust and versatile products from the class leading German manufacturer.

Böning’s screens, displays, navigation, alarm and monitoring systems are used extensively on commercial ships and workboats around the world.

David Rowe, Managing Director of Applied Marine said: “We’re delighted to be Böning’s UK agent. Their products are well-known in the commercial and leisure marine industries and with our integration expertise we’re able to provide a complete solution for workboats.”

The Böning products are suitable for the initial outfit of a vessel and also for refits where electronic systems require technical updates for improved operational characteristics and expanded functionality.

User friendly touchscreen displays, integration of tablets and smartphones, powerful panel PCs and multiple redundant safety systems allow the crew convenient and clear access to all relevant data.

The durable and modular products are developed in accordance with classification societies. Applied Marine’s electronics and integration experts can supply customized packages and provide system configuration and commissioning.

David Rowe added: “Seawork 2018 is a fantastic opportunity for us to exhibit the Böning systems to the commercial marine industry. We’re keen for boat builders and owners to talk to us on stand PY61 to see how we can meet their marine automation requirements.”

Applied Marine Automation is a division of Plymouth-based Applied Automation. With over 30 years of control and automation experience, Applied Automation employs over 200 people with an annual turner of in excess of £20 million.