The UK Royal Navy has teamed up with artificial intelligence (AI) specialist Anduril...
- Royal Navy partners with Anduril for Royal Marines’ modernisation
- Thales awards contracts to DRS and OSI for Canadian joint support ships
- Royal Marines test new technology for UK future commando force
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- QinetiQ to supply unmanned aircraft systems to Canadian Armed Forces
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Curtiss-Wright offers a variety of rugged modules, systems, and solutions that are optimised for machine learning and AI applications, including the Parvus® DuraCOR® 312.
SAES Shows Ship-Signature Technology at MAST Asia, Japan
SAES has participated at the recent MAST Asia 2019 Exhibition in Japan where it presented an article based on MIRS Multi-influence range systems for ship-signature measurement.
Iceland is first nation in Europe to use Hermes 900 maritime patrol
Iceland has become the first European country to deploy Elbit Systems' Hermes 900 unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for maritime patrol services.
US Navy orders additional Sea Giraffe radars from Saab
Saab has received a contract from the US Navy to provide the Sea Giraffe multi-mode radar (MMR) for the Coast Guard's offshore patrol cutter.
Royal Navy partners with Anduril for Royal Marines’ modernisation
The UK Royal Navy has teamed up with artificial intelligence (AI) specialist Anduril Industries to use technologies that will modernise the Royal Marines’ surveillance systems and techniques.
Northrop wins USMC contract to supply 30 G/ATOR radar systems
Northrop Grumman has received a $958m contract from the US Marine Corps (USMC) to provide an additional 30 gallium nitride-based (GaN) AN/TPS-80 ground/air task-oriented radar (G/ATOR) systems.
Thales awards contracts to DRS and OSI for Canadian joint support ships
Thales has awarded key contracts to DRS Technologies Canada and OSI Maritime Systems for new Canadian joint support ships.
Royal Marines test new technology for UK future commando force
British Royal Marines from the 40 Commando unit have experimented with new technology during the Commando Warrior Two exercise, as the UK pushes towards a future commando force.
Thales and Atos develop advanced Link 22 functionalities for TopLink
Thales has reached an agreement with Atos to develop advanced Link 22 functionalities for the TopLink tactical datalink processor.
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