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BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce begin design work on UK’s new submarine class
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BAE Systems is already under contract to build a total of seven Astute-class boats for the UK Royal Navy.


Features

Blockchain: Technology Trends
The adoption of blockchain technology has been lower compared to other emerging technologies mainly due to the difficulty in understanding the technology.

The Metaverse: Future of post-pandemic business, or just another attempt to kickstart VR/AR adoption?
Tech business leaders are talking up the metaverse. But is this anything more than yet another attempt to get us all to start using VR? Giacomo Lee finds out.

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles: Regulatory Trends
Unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) can become more capable by leveraging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI).


Projects

SEMA Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), France
RTSYS will deliver seven SEMA portable, recoverable anti-submarine warfare training targets to the Royal Netherlands Navy.

Mogami-Class Multirole Frigates, Japan
The first Mogami-class frigate, JS Mogami, is expected to enter service with the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in 2022.

Themistocles-Class Corvette, Greece
The Themistocles is a new class of next-generation corvettes proposed for the Hellenic Navy. It is being jointly developed by Israel Shipyards and shipbuilding company ONEX Neorion Shipyards.


Event
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15 Sep - 16 Sep

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Press Releases

Spotlight On: WECDIS Innovation at the DSEI
Raytheon Anschütz demonstrates Naval ECDIS NX and Naval Radar NX capability.

Netherlands Royal Navy Appoints RTsys for Seven ASW Training Targets
RTsys is proud to confirm a multi-million euro contract with the State of the Netherlands for the supply of seven SEMA: Portable and Recoverable ASW Training Target.

ABS AIP for VARD’s Next Generation Offshore Patrol Vessel
ABS has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to VARD Marine for its 115m next generation offshore patrol vessel (NGOPV) design.


Whitepapers

Social in Aerospace, Defense & Security: Filings trends Q2, 2021
Are you considering the relevance of Social to your business? GlobalData’s report can help you understand the bigger picture by analyzing Social-related filing trends across the Aerospace, Defense & Security sector in 2021. Uncover overarching company sentiment and underlying patterns hidden in vast amounts of financial and non-financial data to get a grasp on the outlook for the technology theme and its evolution in view of major market events like COVID-19. Read the report to see how Social can help drive your business forward today.

Robotics in Aerospace, Defense & Security: Filings trends Q2, 2021
Are you considering the relevance of Robotics to your business? GlobalData’s report can help you understand the bigger picture by analyzing Robotics-related filing trends across the Aerospace, Defense & Security sector in 2021. Uncover overarching company sentiment and underlying patterns hidden in vast amounts of financial and non-financial data to get a grasp on the outlook for the technology theme and its evolution in view of major market events like COVID-19. Read the report to see how Robotics can help drive your business forward today.

IoT in Aerospace, Defense & Security: Filings trends Q2, 2021
Are you considering the relevance of IoT to your business? GlobalData’s report can help you understand the bigger picture by analyzing IoT-related filing trends across the Aerospace, Defense & Security sector in 2021. Uncover overarching company sentiment and underlying patterns hidden in vast amounts of financial and non-financial data to get a grasp on the outlook for the technology theme and its evolution in view of major market events like COVID-19. Read the report to see how IoT can help drive your business forward today.

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