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Royal Navy’s first City-class Type 26 frigate HMS Glasgow takes shape
Work has started to turn the Royal Navy’s first City-class Type 26 frigate HMS Glasgow into a living ship.
Poll finds independent verification of ESG disclosures to be important

The environmental, social and governance (ESG) reports filed by corporations are assessed by potential investors to ensure alignment of investments with selected sustainability standards .

France, US, Australia and Japanese forces start Jeanne D'Arc 21 exercise

The armed forces of Japan, France, the US and Australia have started multilateral exercise Jeanne D’Arc (ARC) 21.

Royal Navy’s HMS Audacious test fires upgraded Spearfish torpedo

The Royal Navy’s upgraded version of Spearfish torpedo has been declared ready for front-line operations with the service.

Accountability of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues should lie with senior executives: Poll

The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the focus towards a balanced and sustainable economy as more number of investors are choosing businesses that holistically address ESG issues.


AI and Covid's symbiotic relationship may make for tech's Trojan horse
With AI more than rising to the challenge of Covid-19, its spread throughout the business ecosphere will only be a matter of time  –  and industries are already changing because of it.

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Navantia Opens the Navantia Training Centre (NTC) in San Fernando
The crews and maintainers of the 2200 Avante Class corvettes built in the nearby shipyard will be trained in the NTC.

Isode Announce Release of Harrier 3.1 and Cobalt 1.1
Isode is excited to announce the release of Harrier 3.1 and Cobalt 1.1. These releases are an important step for our Draft, Review & Release Solution, a capability of particular interest within Military Deployments.

Patria to Deliver Acoustic Minesweeping Systems to Royal Norwegian Army
Patria has been awarded a contract for the delivery of Patria Sonac ACS Acoustic Minesweeping Systems to the Royal Norwegian Navy by the Norwegian Defence Material Agency (NDMA).

White Papers

CYGNUS-ZN2 Carrier Board
Cygnus-ZN2 Carrier Board is an evaluation card designed to accelerate the users' own hardware and software development cycles when using the Cygnus family of System-on-Modules as the main processor unit.

CYGNUS-ZN2 System-on-Module
Artron Cygnus-ZN2 SoM is based on the Xilinx Zynq XA7Z020-1CLG484 SoC. The Xilinx Zynq family features a dual-core ARM Cortex processor-based processing system (PS) and programmable logic (PL) in a single integrated device.

High-Speed Patrol Boats
Since 1974, Rodman has been designing and building high-speed patrol boats to specifically conduct surveillance, intervention, and support operations for security and defence purposes.

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