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20 September 2017
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Industry News

Elbit Systems' Seagull USV conducts live ASW mission
Israel-based company Elbit Systems has carried out a live demonstration of a remotely operated anti-submarine warfare (ASW) mission using its multi-mission unmanned surface vessel (USV) known as Seagull.

Kelvin Hughes to supply navigation bridge system for New Zealand Navy tanker
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has contracted Kelvin Hughes to deliver an integrated navigation bridge system (INBS) for the Royal New Zealand Navy's (RNZN) maritime sustainment capability (MSC) vessel.

Babcock to deliver WHLS for South Korea's Jangbogo III submarines
Babcock International has received a new contract to manufacture and supply weapon handling and launch systems (WHLS) for the South Korean Jangbogo III submarine programme.

GAO report finds US naval shipyards in poor condition
A new report by the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that the overall physical condition of the country's four public shipyards and their equipment are in poor condition.

Press Releases

CBG Systems Enters Exclusive Agency Agreement with Van Dam Maintenance & Repair
CBG Systems is pleased to announce it has signed an exclusive agency agreement with Netherlands-based company Van Dam Maintenance & Repair for the sale, maintenance and servicing of CBG products across Europe.

Cambridge Pixel to Provide ASV Global with Radar Tracking and Fusion Software
Cambridge Pixel will improve the situational awareness on ASV Global's unmanned vessels by providing the company with radar tracking and fusion software.

Cambridge Pixel's RadarVision to be Used in Major Underwater Tunnel Project
Cambridge Pixel has been chosen to integrate its RadarVision technology into Navtech Radar Limited's ClearWay™ Automatic Incident Detection (AID) traffic monitoring solution for a major new underwater tunnel project based in Norway.

EXPAL to Showcase Defence and Security Solutions at DSEI
EXPAL will attend DSEI, which is being held between 12-15 September, to showcase its ammunition fire support operations solutions.

Dspnor Receives Orders from European Navies and is to Showcase New Software at DSEI
Dspnor's highly versatile LAN-to-analogue converter, DeStreamer, has been selected as a tool by European navies to ensure compatibility between modern LAN-based radars and existing legacy systems.

White Papers

Upgrading Armament Test Systems to Modern Standards
The Common Aircraft Armaments Test Set (CAATS) has replaced the 25-year-old Common Rack and Launcher Test Set...

Helicopter Sliprings for Military Applications
Cobham Aerospace Communications designs, manufactures and qualifies sliprings for light, medium and heavy helicopters in military...

Naval Sliprings
Cobham Aerospace Communications designs, manufactures and supports a large range of electrical sliprings for various naval...

Multi-Fuel Engine Product Portfolio
In 2007, 3W International began to research and develop its first heavy fuel engines. Several developments were made and tested until the R&D department decided on the final engine...

Armour Plate Fabrication Technical Guide
All grades of BISALLOY® Armour steel can be readily welded using conventional low hydrogen MMAW and GMAW welding consumables and...

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