Elbit Systems has won contracts valued $56 million to supply Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) capabilities to the Navy of a country in Asia-Pacific. The contracts will be performed over a 12-month period
Austrian company Schiebel Group announced Thursday it will bid for the Indian Navy Naval Ship-borne Unmanned Aerial System (NSUAS) Fast Track Programme. Under the project, the service wants to buy approximately 15 shipborne drones Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Sea lines of Communication (SLOC) monitoring and Coastal/ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) surveillance, anti-piracy...
South Korean firm LIG Nex1 announced in late July the completion of sea trials of its Haegum-3 (Sea Sword 3) unmanned surface vehicle (USV). The development work was carried out under the umbrella of a two-year public-private joint venture, called ‘The Coastal Security and the Rapid Response Unmanned Surface Vehicle Civil-Military...
A Boeing-led team has demonstrated manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) capabilities in a virtual environment using the Navys MQ-25TM Stingray unmanned aerial refueler, the E-2D Hawkeye airborne command-and-control aircraft and the F/A-18 Super Hornet. The demonstration, sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, used Northrop Grummans portable E-2D simulator in conjunction with Boeings F/A-18 and MQ-25 simulations to establish a data link network that was used to supervise MQ-25 flight operations
The Hellenic Navy completed trials of the CAMCOPTER S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS) manufactured by Schiebel. The trials were held on board of the Elli-Class Frigate Aigaion (F-460) in the Mediterranean Sea west of Crete
A European project to develop unmanned semi-fixed sea platforms for maritime surveillance (USSPS) will be led by Greek company ETME while Naval Group has been selected as a technical coordinator. The USSPS project will develop the backbone of an advance (C5ISTAR) federated system of systems
Turkish firms Aselsan and Safine Shipyard started the construction of two new naval drones – an Unmanned Anti-Submarine Warfare boat and an Unmanned Surface Vehicle - on Thursday. Both vessels are capable of reaching speeds of 40 knots and have a range of 600 nautical miles
At an expo that kicked off in Beijing on Monday, China displayed its latest advanced land, sea and air combat robots. The event is organized by the Chinese Institute of Command and Control, the 9th China Conference on Command and Control and the 7th China Military Intelligent Technology Expo
Turkey plans to produce 50 units of its armed unmanned marine vessel (SIDA)developed by Ares Shipyard in cooperation with Meteksan Defense Industry Inc. under the ULAQ program