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24 October 2017
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Navantia and General Electric Sign License Agreement
Navantia and General Electric have signed a license agreement, which will allow Navantia to carry out maintenance, overhaul and repair of the gas turbine type LM2500 Marine at the Ferrol Turbine factory.

Union Training Ship Sails to Europe on its Second Training Mission
The Peruvian Navy 'Union' training ship has commenced its first ocean journey to Europe and has called on the port of Cádiz, Spain as part of its second training mission.

EXPAL Currently Exhibiting at the AUSA Exhibition
EXPAL is currently exhibiting its developments in demilitarisation services, demolition material, and energetic solutions at the AUSA exhibition, between 9-11 October.

EXPAL has Showcased Naval Products and Systems at Pacific Exhibition
EXPAL has exhibited its proposal in weapon systems, naval and army ammunition, technology systems, and demilitarisation services at the Pacific exhibition.

Raytheon Chosen to Provide Integrated Navigation Systems for Spliethoff's R-Type Vessels
Raytheon Anschütz has been chosen to engineer and deliver the Synapsis NX integrated navigation systems (INS) for Dutch-based Spliethoff's six state-of-the-art, ice-classed multi-purpose vessels.

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Specialist Industrial Cables for Naval Applications
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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...

High-Speed Processing Boards for Demanding Naval Applications
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BlueLine Cables for Shipbuilding
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Global Defence Technology: Issue 80
In this issue: Trends in soldier armour, Palau’s place in US military strategy, trans-Atlantic cooperation on anti-submarine warfare, the Royal Navy’s Type 26 frigates, 3D printing for naval replacement parts, new treatments for PTSD and more

September's top stories: Naval Group / Fincantieri merger, Rolls-Royce autonomous ship
The French and Italian governments are considering a possible merger of Naval Group and Fincantieri, Rolls-Royce has unveiled plans to develop an autonomous single-role naval vessel and GD won $5.1bn design contract for the US Navy's lead Columbia-class submarine. Naval-technology.com wraps up key headlines from September 2017.

Scanning the Dutch navy
Keeping its vessels in top condition is a critical aspect of a naval force’s readiness, but to do so each part, little or big, needs full attention. Claire Apthorp looks at a project to scan the entire Dutch Navy in 3D.

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.


Guyanese Light Patrol Vessels (PLG)
The Guyanese light patrol vessels are designed by naval architecture and engineering company Bureau Mauric and built by French shipbuilding company Socarenam at its shipyard in Saint-Malo, France.

Fusion Hybrid Underwater Vehicle
Fusion is a new hybrid underwater vehicle developed by Strategic Robotic Systems (SRS) for use in mine countermeasures (MCM), explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) and unexploded explosive ordnance (UXO) missions.

Gepard 3.9 Class Frigates
The Gepard 3.9 class frigates are being built by JSC "Zelenodolsk plant named after A M Gorky" for the Vietnamese Navy.

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).

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