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15 November 2017
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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.

A Turnkey Polarimetric RCS Measurement System
Assessment of the frequencies and polarisations behaviour of the Radar Cross Section (RCS) of moveable targets with an unpredictable trajectory and / or targets with unrepeatable behaviour is difficult using single frequency / polarisation measurements.

Security Features for Solid State Drives in Defence Applications
There are various methods for data protection and elimination in Flash solid state drives (SSDs), depending on the security level required within each application.

Upgrading Armament Test Systems to Modern Standards
The Common Aircraft Armaments Test Set (CAATS) has replaced the 25-year-old Common Rack and Launcher Test Set (CRALTS).

Helicopter Sliprings for Military Applications
Cobham Aerospace Communications designs, manufactures and qualifies sliprings for light, medium and heavy helicopters in military applications.

Press Releases

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.

iX Cameras Introduces Value-Priced Camera to its i-SPEED 7 Series Line
iX Cameras has introduced its value-priced camera, which has joined the premium ultra-high-speed i-SPEED 7 Series line.

EXPAL Showcases Global Portfolio for EOD and C-IED Mission
EXPAL attends the third C-IED Technology Workshop in Madrid, Spain, between 24-26 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.

Features

Global Defence Technology: Issue 81
In this issue: The potential of hypersonic flight for aerial combat, the US Army’s Synthetic Training Environment, AI-equipped drones for airfield repairs, the Patriot missile system’s role in Korea, Guam’s strategic importance for the US, and more.

Is the UK naval shipbuilding industry ready for a ‘renaissance’?
The UK Defence Secretary has promised a ‘renaissance’ in British maritime power with significant investment across the board. But with the budget heavily dented by new carriers and replacement for Trident, is the money there for investment in key areas? Dr Gareth Evans reports.

BAE and Cammell Laird to bid for UK’s £1.25bn Type 31e frigate programme

British Royal Navy’s RFA Tidespring completes first helicopter deck landing
The British Royal Navy has successfully conducted the first helicopter deck landing on-board the first of its four new 39,000t Tide-class tankers, RFA Tidespring.

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.

Projects

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.

HMNZS Aotearoa Logistics Support Vessel
HMNZS Aotearoa is a new Polar-class logistics support vessel being built by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) for the Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN), as part of the Maritime Sustainment Capability (MSC) project.

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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