Anitcom satisfies the energy requirements of deployed forces from small vehicle based command posts to large deployed infrastructure such as Forward Operating Bases and hospitals. We draw on our combination of industrial, resource sector and extensive defence experience to design, deliver and support low risk energy solutions. Our solutions are designed for the harshest environments and are equally applicable to defence and civil organisations working in extreme locations.
Anitcom’s approach is to be involved from concept to capability delivery to ensure that our clients get what they need not just what was specified. Our staff have a broad range of technical expertise and real world experience that enables us to offer the following energy services:
Requirements Development – We offer workshops and systems engineering skills to develop robust and realisable requirements that accurately describe the user need.
Solution Design – We use a range of modelling and decision guidance tools to ensure that design trade-offs are managed to deliver a best fit solution.
Installation and Delivery – We deliver and test our systems on site to ensure they operate as expected under real world conditions.
Training – Anitcom has training packages and qualified trainers to deliver the skills required to operate and maintain all our equipment solutions
Support and Sustainment – To ensure our customers get the Repair and maintenance Field service representatives
Anitcom offer a range of diesel and flex fuel generators including:
0.8 to 4 kW flex fuel generators
4 kW to 37 kW diesel generators
Anitcom’s generators are fitted with smart controllers that enable a range of control options depending on the generator. These include remote start, load sharing, synchronisation and remote monitoring. We also offer a range of flexible solar panels including battery charging and energy management for small highly deployable applications.
Anitcom offers a range of in-line Energy Management Systems (ILEMS) tailored to each generator. ILEMS run the electrical load and the generator is used to recharge the batteries in the ILEMS. The use of ILEMS can reduce diesel consumption by more than 50% while improving the reliability of supply. The inverter and generator can also run simultaneously to provide twice the capacity of the generator for limited periods.
Anitcom’s Field Electrical Reticulation Kit (FERC) is made up of a range of distribution points and cables from 63 Amp 3 phase circuits to 10 Amp single phase circuits. All components comply with Australian standards including circuit breaker and RCD protection. Our distribution systems use C Form commercial connectors and can be connected by non-specialist staff. Monitoring and control – the FERC has options to include electrical load monitoring and remote load control. This provides the hardware to enable smart grid control for deployed electrical grids.
Energy monitoring and analysis of frontline ADF units on a major defence exercise
Delivery of a Role 2E hospital power generation and reticulation system to an Australian ally
Analysis of deployed energy and water needs of ADF deployed forces and the development of solutions to meet those needs. Work conducted to a Defence research organisation
Requirements analysis and options assessment for Forward Operating Base energy sources for a Defence research organisation
Products Under Development
Anitcom continues to invest in the development of energy technology and products such as: