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News, views and contacts from the global Naval industry
21 November 2017
DAILY UPDATE
Industry News

Terma to supply SCANTER 6002 radars for Indian Navy’s SSR project
Danish aerospace, defence and security company Terma has secured a new contract to deliver 31 units of its SCANTER 6002 radar for the Indian Navy's surface surveillance radar (SSR) project.

Lockheed Martin delivers MUOS-5 satellite to US Navy
Lockheed Martin has delivered the fifth mobile user objective system (MUOS) satellite to the US Navy.

Defence Minister names two new AOR ships for Australian Navy
Australian Defence Minister Marise Payne has announced the names of two of the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) new auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) vessels.

Queen to commission Royal Navy’s HMS Queen Elizabeth on 7 December
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is set to formally commission the British Royal Navy's future flagship Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth on 7 December.

Press Releases

Vestdavit to Exhibit at Work Boat Show and Marintec
Vestdavit is due to present its solutions at the Work Boat Show, taking place in New Orleans, US, and the Marintec event in Shanghai, China.

SENER Upgrades FORAN System with Shipyard 4.0 Digitalization Strategy
SENER has upgraded its FORAN system with its Shipyard 4.0 Digitalization Strategy. The upgraded system was launched in October.

EXPAL Exhibited at Pacific Exposition 2017
EXPAL exhibited its proposal in weapon systems, naval and army ammunition, technology systems and demilitarisation services in this international maritime exposition in Sydney between 3-5 October.

EXPAL to Showcase Air, Land and Sea Solutions at AUSA 2017
EXPAL will demonstrate its capabilities and developments in demilitarisation services, demolition material and energetic products that manages in its state-of-the-art facilities located in Texas at this year's AUSA meeting and exposition.

SENER Exhibiting at ICCAS 2017
SENER engineering and technology group and its subsidiaries in South Korea and China are exhibiting at the 18th International Conference on Computer Applications in Shipbuilding (ICCAS).

White Papers

HDW Class 214 Submarine
ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems developed the HDW Class 214 submarine on the basis of the proven design principles of the HDW Class 209 family.

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 design.

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 processes.

Radar Sliprings and RF Rotary Joints
Cobham Aerospace Communications designs, manufactures and qualifies sliprings and RF rotary joints for tracking and surveillance, AESA, fire control, ATC or meteorological radars.

Sensor Processing and Display Solutions for the Naval Industry
Cambridge Pixel is an employee-owned specialist sensor processing and display company based near Cambridge in the UK.

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