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23 February 2018
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Underwater Electric Potential Sensor – SET 200-P
Electric fields are gaining greater interest in anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and mine warfare (MW) operations as every ship generates a measurable underwater electric potential (UEP) in the conductive sea water environment that can be detected at a range comparative to any other ship signature.

Multi-Influence Naval Mines (MINEA-C)
The multi-influence cylindrical bottom naval mine MINEA is the most advanced operational naval mine system in service.

Acoustic Classification System – SICLA
Once detected a target, must be known, accurately and quickly, what platform it is and its characteristics.

Aelius Brochure
Aelius’s unique and wide range of MMIC products are focused primarily on the defence and space industries, with competitive timelines and prices.

Environmental, EMI/EMC Test Facilities and Laser Welding
Laser welding is performed in an inert gas atmosphere using argon and can provide spot, stitch and continuous hermetic (vacuum-tight) weld in a pulsed operation mode in a glove box.

Press Releases

Unmanned Technologies and Security Expo and Conference (U.T.SEC) to Take Place in March
The second edition of Unmanned Technologies and Security Expo and Conference (U.T.SEC) is due to take place between 7-8 March at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg in Germany, in parallel with Enforce Tac, the special exhibition for police equipment.

Atlas Elektronik to Deliver First Multi-Role SEA Class Workboat to UK Ministry of Defence
In May, ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK) is due to deliver its first multi-role SEA Class workboat to the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD).

MTG Marinetechnik GmbH Celebrates CEO’s Anniversary
Five years ago, Guido Gerdemann became the MTG Marinetechnik GmbH managing director after working in several roles for ten years.

Dspnor Introduces ScanServer Dynamic
The ScanServer has been deployed all over the world as a Surveillance Radar Tracker and Server with great success since 2013.

Bull v Lion: Allegiances and New Alliances for Warships Bid
Ferrol is a tiny shipbuilding town in Spain's north-west at the Bay of Ferrol in Galicia.

Features

Global Defence Technology: Issue 84
In this issue: Technology for safer and more sustainable bases, the future of driverless technology in military vehicles, innovative UAV designs, the US Air Force's jet-mounted laser weapons, BAE System's digital naval shipyard, and more.

DARPA launches programme to use marine life for detecting naval threats
DARPA has launched a programme that aims to use the sensory capabilities of marine organisms to detect naval activity.

Global Defence Technology: Issue 82
In this issue: Japan’s record defence budget, cybersecurity insights from Airbus, medical equipment for the frontline, saving fuel costs with digital tanker management, the UK’s shipbuilding renaissance and more.

Railgun potentially cancelled: what went wrong for the US superweapon?
The US Navy's railgun may never make it out of development as the weapon's problems have seen it fall out of favour with the Pentagon.

Tip of the spear: the global importance of America’s Guam base
North Korea has threatened Guam before, but until now it has always seemed a hollow threat; Kim Jong Un’s ramped-up and revitalised missile programme has changed all of that. Dr Gareth Evans takes a closer look at the strategic US base.

Projects

InstantEye Mk-2 Gen3 Small Unmanned Aerial System
InstantEye Mk-2 Gen3 is a small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) operational with the US military and law enforcement agencies.

Resolve Class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) Vessel
The Resolve-class auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) vessel is a retrofit of MV Asterix container vessel to support the Royal Canadian Navy’s at-sea replenishment capability.

Multi-Mission Surface Combatant (MMSC)
Lockheed Martin MMSC (Multi-Mission Surface Combatant) is a derivative of the US Navy’s Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ship (LCS).

REMUS 600 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
REMUS 600 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed and developed by Hydroid, a subsidiary of Kongsberg Maritime, in collaboration with the Office of Naval Research to support the US Navy missions in both oceanic and shallow waters.

Combattante FS56 Fast-Attack Long Range Craft
The Combattante FS56 is an advanced, long-range, fast-attack patrol vessel designed and developed by Constructions Mécaniques de Normandie (CMN).

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