Determining the location of an enemy radar system in real time is essential...
- Finding enemy radars by Moonlight
- US Navy awards $3.2bn contract to Northrop for extra E-2D aircraft
- Jamaica buys Thales’ maritime surveillance technology to boost security
- International collaboration on cyber warfare: an essential plan, but is it realistic?
- HEL on high water: the top navy laser weapon systems
Finding enemy radars by Moonlight
Determining the location of an enemy radar system in real time is essential to protect military personnel and equipment, but existing methods of finding them are labour intensive. The UK Ministry of Defence’s Defence and Security Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has developed an artificial intelligence solution dubbed Moonlight to gather accurate, real-time information on them to help support military missions.
Saab to provide Sea Giraffe AMB naval radar for LCS 36 and 38
Saab has secured a contract from General Dynamics to supply the Sea Giraffe AMB naval radar for installation on the US Navy’s newest Littoral Combat Ships (LCS).
US Navy awards $3.2bn contract to Northrop for extra E-2D aircraft
The US Navy has awarded a $3.2bn multi-year procurement (MYP) contract modification to Northrop Grumman to supply an additional 24 E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft.
US Navy finishes developmental tests of Q-20C towed minehunting sonar
The US Navy has concluded developmental testing (DT) of the Raytheon-built AN/AQS-20C (Q-20C) towed minehunting sonar.
Jamaica buys Thales’ maritime surveillance technology to boost security
The Jamaican Government has ordered new maritime surveillance technology from French firm Thales to strengthen its coastal surveillance capabilities.
Lockheed Martin chooses Saab’s Sea Giraffe AMB radars for Canada’s JSS
Lockheed Martin Canada has awarded a contract to Saab to deliver Sea Giraffe AMB naval radars for the Royal Canadian Navy’s new Protecteur-class Joint Support Ships (JSS).
International collaboration on cyber warfare: an essential plan, but is it realistic?
The French president has launched an initiative to tackle malicious actors in cyberspace, backed by some 50 nations. International collaboration is essential for cybersecurity, but how realistic is it? Andrew Tunnicliffe talks to cyber experts to find out.
HEL on high water: the top navy laser weapon systems
The concept of using high-energy and directed lasers for naval military applications is gathering pace among the world’s superpowers. What navy laser weapon systems are currently in development, what are the benefits, and when are they likely to become operational?
Thales opens UK facility to develop TACTICOS naval CMS
Thales is set to open a new facility in the UK to develop its TACTICOS naval combat management system (CMS), designed to meet current and future military needs.
Safran unit wins contract to support RAN’s IRST VAMPIR systems
Safran Electronics & Defense Australasia (SEDA) has received a contract to provide in-service support to the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) infrared search and track (IRST) VAMPIR systems.
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