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Press Releases

CBG Expand Product Range with Moonraker
CBG Systems are pleased to inform you that we have expanded our product range to include Moonraker products.

SENER to Present New LNG Bunkering Vessel Design at the LNG Bunkering Summit 2017
The SENER engineering and technology group will be at the LNG Bunkering Summit 2017 to present its revolutionary design for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering vessel.

MFI Develops Donut Fendering Solutions
A leader in the marine fendering industry, Marine Fenders International (MFI) engineers have developed the industry's most versatile and customised donut fendering solutions.

EXPAL in Last Project Phase to Destroy 3.4 Million PFM-1 Type Cluster Munition in Belarus
A demilitarization program funded by the European Union.

EXPAL Has Successfully Demonstrated its ʻOne-Stop Shopʼ for Mortar Systems
The demonstration took place last Tuesday, 16 November, in the Spanish Army firing and training range 'Álvarez de Sotomayor', located in Almeria, Spain. During the different exercises performed on the field, EXPAL showed all the products and systems involved in this proposal.

White Papers

Sister Ships Applicability in the Shipbuilding Enterprise CAD / PLM Toolset
As a result of the increased pressure to reduce cost and delivery times of modern ships and submarines, many shipyards are revising their processes and toolsets to optimise the management of...

Ballistic Computers
Ballistic computers have been conceived in order to reduce the workload of military personnel involved in operations by automatically providing the required fire data, once the targets have...

Retronic Line Card
Retronic is an ISO 9001-certified company based in Hamburg, Germany. It has been a project-oriented partner for more than two decades, designing and producing highly reliable electronic...

Naval Technology from Rheinmetall Air Defence
For many years, Rheinmetall Air Defence, the former Oerlikon Contraves, has been among the most trusted names in the international defence technology and security industries....

Ambient Noise: The Discriminator In ASW Success?
Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) activities are standing agenda items for a nation's military and naval forces. Their conduct is a core, enabling, and 'business as...

Features

Global Defence Technology: Issue 71
Keeping the peace in the Arctic region, a new satellite service from Airbus, closing the GPS gap with wearable sensors, instant detection for armour damage, high-speed drones for fighter aircraft support, progress of Australia’s new submarines, and more.

The next step for Australia’s future submarines
Australia’s Future Submarine Programme is making good progress with construction set to begin in 2022.

2016: The year's biggest Naval Technology stories
Australia selects DCNS for $39bn submarine development contract, North Korea tests hydrogen bomb, while UK Parliament votes in favour of £40bn Trident renewal programme. Naval-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from 2016.

LCS: solving engineering problems
On 13 September, just three days after she was commissioned, the US Navy’s latest Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), USS Montgomery, became the third in as many weeks to experience significant engine problems in a two-year run of breakdowns affecting both LCS variants.

Global Defence Technology: Issue 70
In this issue: The tanks of tomorrow, unmanned technology and the frontline soldier, Rolls-Royce speaks out about UK budget policy, a new marketplace for surplus equipment, solving engineering problems on the Littoral Combat Ships, and more.

Projects

Independence-Class Littoral Mission Vessel (LMV)
The Independence-class littoral mission vessels (LMVs) are being built by Singapore Technologies Marine (ST Marine) Benoi shipyard, for the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN).

Naval Strike Missile (NSM)
The Naval Strike Missile (NSM) is an anti-ship / land attack cruise missile developed by Norway-based Kongsberg Defence Systems.

105m Advanced Offshore Patrol Vessel (AOPV)
Indian shipbuilding company Goa Shipyard is building two 105m advanced offshore patrol vessels (AOPV) for the mission requirements of the Sri Lankan Navy.

Ivar Huitfeldt Class
The Ivar Huitfeldt Class frigates were built by Odense Steel Shipyard for the Royal Danish Navy. Three frigates entered into service between 2012 and 2013.

Umkhonto Surface-to-Air Missile
Umkhonto surface-to-air missiles (SAM) have been made operational by the navies of South Africa and Finland.

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