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Weekly Round Up
26 October 2016
Latest Companies

DSIT Solutions - Underwater Port Security and Sonar Systems

BMT Defence Services - Naval Platform Design and In-Service Support

Seastema - Integrated Platform Management Systems

Hagenuk Marinekommunikation - Naval VLF and SHF Radio Equipment

Astra Microwave Products - Microwave Sub-Systems for the Defence Industry

Press Releases

TENMAT Ownership and Manufacture of RAILKO and RAILKO Marine
TENMAT commercial director Julian Greenhalgh comments on the company's ownership and manufacture of RAILKO products.

100MW Kathu Solar Project in Northern Cape of South Africa Begins Construction
An ENGIE-led consortium with partners, SENER and ACCIONA, held a ground-breaking ceremony for their Kathu Solar Park in the town of Kathu, Northern Cape Province, brought together local officials, guests and the project's South African partners.

TENMAT Exhibiting at Euronaval 2016
TENMAT will be present at Euronaval 2016 at Paris Le Bourget from 17-21 October.

SENER-INAER Temporary Joint Venture Attains Technical Certification from INTA for Spanish Navy’s AB-212 Programme
The temporary joint venture formed by companies SENER and INAER has received technical certificate no. 003/16 from the INTA (the Spanish National Institute for Aerospace Technology) as part of the project for extending the lifespan of AB-212 helicopters for the Spanish Navy.

Dspnor to Attend Euronaval 2016
Euronaval 2016 will take place in the Le Bourget Convention Center between 17 to 21 October. We will be present in Hall 2, stand C38.

White Papers

BlueLine Cables for Shipbuilding
More than 60 years of experience in temperature measurement and control technique, as well as in cable production have made a one man business a company with nearly 500 staff members....

VITAVIC 400 is a fully digital, military specification intercom, software-defined system designed for the end...

Vitavox Tactical Communications Brochure
Vitavox is a supplier of tactical communication products for the defence industry, including tactical intercom systems, tactical public address...

Armour Plate Steel
Since 1980, Bisalloy Steels has proudly been Australia's only manufacturer of quenched and tempered steel plate used for armour, structural and wear-resistant steel applications and has...

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....


ASV Global collaborates with UK companies for Unmanned Warrior
The Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrior exercise, taking place this October, will see over 40 participants from industry, academia and defence operating unmanned and autonomous vehicles. Katie Woodward speaks to ASV Global sales and marketing director, Vince Dobbin, to find out more about the company’s involvement.

BAE Systems to demonstrate autonomous RIBs at Unmanned Warrior
As the Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrior exercise kicks off this week in Scotland, we find out more from BAE Systems about some of the technologies on trial during this large scale unmanned demonstration.

Global Defence Technology: Issue 68
In this issue: The tech behind exercise Unmanned Warrior, trends in the world’s nuclear arsenals, Germany’s ambitious defence plans, spider silk armour for the US Army, the RAF’s future air capabilities, new trouble with Gerald R. Ford, and more.

Unmanned Warrior: the exercise planned in the cloud
This October, over 40 companies and institutions will flock to Scotland to demonstrate the latest unmanned and autonomous technologies for the maritime defence industry. Katie Woodward speaks to Esri UK about the challenges of planning an exercise on this scale in the cloud.

September’s top stories: IAP position on US Navy’s contract, RAN’s Hobart-class AWD's trials
IAP Worldwide Services wins a position on the US Navy’s global contingency support multiple award contract II, and the Royal Australian Navy’s first Hobart-class air warfare destroyer, Hobart, has completed builder sea trials at Techport Australia. Naval-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2016.


Vector Hawk Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS)
Vector Hawk small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) was successfully launched by a Marlin MK2 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) for the first time in September.

SIGMA 10514 PKR Guided-Missile Frigates
Two SIGMA 10514 PKR (Perusak Kawal Rudal) guided-missile frigates are being built by PT PAL Indonesia (Persero), in collaboration with Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS), for the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL).

Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers
The Hobart-class air warfare destroyers (AWD) are being built by AWD Alliance for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The air warfare destroyer programme, known as SEA 4000, will deliver three advanced multirole warships to replace the FFGs of the RAN.

Bell V-247 Vigilant Tilt-rotor Unmanned Aircraft System
The Bell V-247 Vigilant is a new multi-role tilt-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) being developed by Textron subsidiary Bell Helicopter to meet the future requirements of the US Marine Corps (USMC).

Maritime Sustainment Capability (MSC) Vessel
The New Zealand Defence Force's (NZDF) future ice-capable fleet replenishment tanker is scheduled to be delivered in January 2020.

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