Forum Energy Technologies (FET) has successfully completed sea trials for its highly advanced submarine rescue vehicle (SRV) ahead of its deployment for an Asia Pacific-based navy.
The Global Underwater Hub (GUH), in partnership with the Royal Navy and Babcock, has launched a call for innovation that aims to identify technologies and techniques used in the offshore environment that can be applied to the defence sector to address key problem challenges and generate efficiency savings.
A team led by L3Harris Technologies (NYSE:LHX) has been selected to provide the Shipboard Panoramic Electro-Optic/Infrared (SPEIR) system to the U.S. Navy that will provide improved fleet protection. The initial $205 million contract has a potential value of $593 million if all options are exercised through March 2031.
BAE Systems marks 15 years of supporting Operations Aintree and Kipion, the Royal Navy’s mine countermeasure (MCM) strategy in the Gulf. The defence contractor has supported the Royal Navy’s Hunt Class vessels in-region for the past 15 years – and also delivers maintenance and upkeep to the rest of the Hunt Class flotilla out of Portsmouth Naval Base.
The final day of UDT 2022 put submarine technologies in the spotlight as a continuing mainstay of enabling naval forces to dominate in the surface and underwater threat environments across both traditional warfare and Grey Zone conflicts.
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) is celebrating the signing of a new contract with the design, development, engineering and consulting company Aker Arctic (Aker Arctic Technology Inc.) which will see KM supplying propellers and shafts for four newbuild SQ2020 corvette ships.
SpearUAV, developer of an autonomous, AI-based technology for encapsulated SWARM-based UAS, is unveiling the encapsulated Ninox 103 Sub-to-Air loitering UAS, which for the first time enables launch of sub-marine drones into the air, providing immediate beyond-line-of-sight situational awareness.
Avon Protection is supporting requirements to expand military diver operational envelopes with its MCM100 Multi-Role Rebreather.
The ability to carry out a mission with a combat submarine on the other side of the world within 24 hours has now become a reality with the NEYK N3 built by Ocean Submarine. The world’s most manoeuvrable submarine features state-of-the-art-technology that allows it to complete missions even when faced with cyber-attacks.