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Project NOVA-1S/M

Offshore and Maritime 

Sector: Maritime

Sub Sectors: Offshore Oil, Gas and Wind Farm

Field: Offshore Energy Systems

TechnologyMaritime Microgrids 

Our FocusSpecial Purpose Support Vessels

We Provide Services For:

1.   Dynamic Positioning Systems (DP)

2.   Dynamic Positioning Vessel (DPV)

3. Offshore Wind Farm (OWF)

3.   Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Applications (UUVA)








Modular Multistatic Sonar System 


Maritime Microgrids



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Case Study: Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs) Read More... 



Image Below: Principal Group Director (PGD), Mohammad Afzal Mirza



MUGHALS Capabilities

SMART Solutions, Accurate Design

3D Plant Physical Model - Front End Engineering Design (FEED)

Rapidly generate accurate labeled plot-plan drawings and detached-plan drawings for multi-level structures models of Greenfield Projects, Retrofitting Designs, and existing facilities Visualization.






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Deliverables: Commissioning of Phase-Wise Integrated Hybrid Manufacturing Facilities

Technologies: Rapid Prototyping + Additive Manufacturing + CNC Machining

Platform: 100 % Private Sector Commercial Program

Legal Vehicle: International Joint Venture in accordance with the applicable laws of multiple business territories

Lead Company: AMCO Engineering Pakistan

Funding: Private Equity + Financing based on Islamic Ethical Financial Principles

Region (Phase I): Pakistan, Turkey and USA

Current Status on Scale of One to Ten: 1.7 (2020 June)

Prefeasibility: Target, 2021 June. (Decision Support Tool: USA DoE DER-CAM)

Current Focus: Terms of Reference; Regulatory Approvals; Supply Chain

Read More About Our Economic Model: Resource Assessment and Valuation



MUGHALS FOCUS: Dynamic Positioning (DP) Training

For offshore activities it is very important to keep a vessel at a Fix Position and Heading. Dynamic Positioning System (DPS) automatically control position and heading of a vessel by using Thrusters that are constantly active and balance the Environmental Forces (wind, waves, current etc.). Such Environmental Forces tend to move vessel off the desire position while the Automatically Controlled Thrust Balances Those Forces and Keeps The Vessel in Static PositionThrough Dynamic Positioning System, a ship does not require the usage of anchors to maintain its course in deep waters and can carry out its mission successfully. 

The first DPS was set in use in 1961('Eureka'). Currently, over 1,100 DPS capable vessels are available. DPS is becoming indispensable for deep-water operations.

AMCO-MRC Focus: Dynamic Positioning Vessels (DPV)