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20 September 2017
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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...

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...

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

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...

Features

Type 26: all systems go
UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon recently announced the signing of a contract worth around £3.7b to start building the Royal Navy’s much anticipated Type 26 frigates. The complex deal has its pundits and detractors, but how will the ships stack up against potential adversaries? Claire Apthorp finds out.

Global Defence Technology: Issue 79
In this issue: The race to perfect intercontinental missile interception, Germany’s new cyber security centre, Dutch defence upgrades, secure IFF equipment for aircraft, new rules for space warfare, cybersecurity concerns over Trident, naval construction logistics and more.

In a war with cyber attackers, just how vulnerable is Trident?
A report released earlier this year suggests that there are major vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers to render the UK’s nuclear missile equipped Trident submarines useless, or worse. Could that be true, and if so what can be done? Dr Gareth Evans reports.

August's top stories: British Royal Navy's future sub concepts, Thales $4bn AJISS deal
The British Royal Navy presented a series of futuristic submarine concepts and Thales secured a C$5.2bn ($4.13bn) in-service support (ISS) contract for the Canadian Navy's AOPS and JSS fleet. Naval-technology.com wraps up key headlines from August 2017.

Global Defence Technology: Issue 78
In this issue: Autonomous systems for frontline resupply, electric hub-drive technology for armoured vehicles, the F-35’s arrival in Europe, how to turn an air force base into a ‘smart base’, the future of littoral warfare and more.

Projects

Project 22800 Karakurt-Class Corvettes
The Project 22800 Karakurt-Class guided-missile corvettes are currently under construction for the Russian Navy.

Maharaja Lela Class Littoral Combat Ships
The Maharaja Lela Class littoral combat ships (LCS) are being built by Boustead Naval Shipyard (BNS) for the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN).

Alexandrit-E Class (Project 12701) Mine Countermeasures Vessels
Alexandrit-E-class (Project 12701) coastal mine countermeasures vessels are designed by Russian Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau and developed by JSC Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard.

Mk-IV Class Landing Craft Utility (LCU)
The Mk-IV Class landing craft utility (LCU) vessels are being built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) for the Indian Navy.

Cheonwangbong Class Landing Ship Tank (LST)
Cheonwangbong-class landing ship tanks (LSTs) are the next-generation landing craft being built for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN).

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