DCNS will exhibit anti-piracy, anti-submarine combat management systems, Scorpene 2000 and Scorpene 1000 submarines and a concept ship, the SMX-OCEAN during LIMA exhibition in Langkawi (Malaysia) from 17 to 21 March 2015, the company said in a statement Thursday.
Gowind is capable for missions ranging from counter-piracy to sea control and denial including anti-submarine warfare operations. Equipped with a SETIS combat management system, based on the one equipping the FREMM frigates, Gowind provides the full range of warfare capabilities. These corvettes have been designed to be simple to operate, easy to maintain and efficient. Gowind platforms and mission systems can be tailored to customer requirements for an optimum trade-off between homeland security and naval combat capabilities.
The Scorpene 2000 submarines, already chosen by the Royal Malaysian Navy, represent the state-of-the-art in submarine design and construction and benefit developed for nuclear-powered classes operated by the French Navy.
DCNS Group will showcase an innovative concept ship, the SMX-OCEAN, the transposition of a BARRACUDA SSN design to a conventional submarine design. SMX-OCEAN achieves is the first “green” submarine and fully compliant with the Marpol international convention with regard to the treatment of garbage and sewage. Scorpene 1000 submarine designed for navies needing a submarine optimized for littoral mission’s whilst maintaining the necessary strike force to protect national interests and to enforce sovereignty in blue waters.