- Native format : Maya 2012, no plugins required - Measurements in cm - No textures, materials mapped to faces - Vessel parts are grouped
The Kedah class is based on the MEKO 100 patrol vessels. They are designed to have low radar detectability, low noise, low heat dissipation, and have an economical cruising speed. An advanced control system is used to monitor and control the platform machinery of the ships, including propulsion, electrical, damage control, and auxiliary machinery and systems.
Due to the small ship complement, the design relies on a high degree of automation for improved operational effectiveness and survivability of the ships. The design uses intelligent electronics and sensors interconnected by data buses. This enables monitoring and control of machinery from several shipboard locations. The ship has redundant systems to improve survivability.
The modular design of the MEKO allows for the fitting of ships' systems without the actual fixture of armaments and other combat equipment. This concept is known as fitted for but not with and is akin to the concept of “Plug and Play” in modern-day computers. Systems can be added by installing the required modules as the situation warrants, and once installed, the new systems platform can be used without further work on the ships' control systems.