Analysis

  • The digital naval shipyard

    Last September, BAE Systems revealed plans to build a A$100 million digital shipyard in Adelaide, if the company’s contender wins the competition for the Royal Australian Navy’s SEA 5000 Future...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 83

    In this issue: New flexible UAV designs, applications for 3D printing, a look inside the UK’s space programme, the future of Fincantieri and Naval Group, the US Navy’s green fleet...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 82

    In this issue: Japan’s record defence budget, cybersecurity insights from Airbus, medical equipment for the frontline, saving fuel costs with digital tanker management, the UK’s shipbuilding renaissance and more.

  • November’s top news stories

    The US Navy joined search operations for missing Argentine submarine and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is set to formally commission the Royal Navy’s HMS Queen Elizabeth. Naval-technology.com wraps up...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 81

    In this issue: The potential of hypersonic flight for aerial combat, the US Army’s Synthetic Training Environment, AI-equipped drones for airfield repairs, the Patriot missile system’s role in Korea, Guam’s...

  • Understanding acoustic signatures

    Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Group has invested several years into developing a tool to model acoustic signatures for all classes of naval vessels. Acoustic signatures allow friendly forces to...