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AUV62-AT ASW Training System

AUV62-AT is a state-of-the-art anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system that provides real-time warfare exposure to the ASW units of naval forces.

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P75I Scorpene Class Attack Submarines

The Indian Navy’s Project 75I (P75I) Scorpene submarine development for six latest-generation attack boats is expected to be completed by 2022.

PointShield™ – Portable Diver Detection Sonar

Underwater site security often involves a demand to protect specific and well defined zones, such as a section of a narrow river, a water intake channel, an anchored ship or a constricted area.

Orca XLUUV: Boeing’s whale of an unmanned sub

The US Navy has awarded Boeing contracts worth a total of $274.4m to produce five Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (XLUUVs). Based on Boeing’s Echo Voyager prototype UUV, the 15.5m-long submersible could be used for mine countermeasures, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, electronic warfare and strike missions. Berenice Baker finds out more.

The world’s top nuclear submarines

Interest in nuclear submarines has once again stormed to the forefront as India’s first indigenously developed submarine completes its first deterrence patrol and the UK awards contracts for a new class. Naval-technology.com profiles the world’s leading nuclear submarines.

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Columbia-Class Ballistic Missile Submarines

Columbia-class ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) are being constructed by General Dynamic subsidiary Electric Boat for the US Navy in collaboration with Newport News Shipbuilding.

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