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Naval Systems
Landing craft to take engines from Scania
Engines, propulsion, steering : 08 November, 2012
Finland's navy has contracted Scania to supply 16 litre V8 engines for use in Watercat M18 landing craft
 
Programme examine submarine stability issues
Underwater Systems : 05 November, 2012
The UK Ministry of Defence is using Paramarine software from QintetiQ to support its submarine safety initiatives after the grounding incident of HMS Astute
 
BMT Takes first prize in powerboat challenge
Small Craft : 01 November, 2012
Marine system suppliers gathered recently in Gosport on the south coast of England to compete for prize in the Powerboat Challenge
 
Landing Craft Battle Management Systems For Australia's Navy
Bridge Systems : 03 October, 2012
The Royal Australian Navy is taking Battle Management Systems From Elbit Systems for use on board Landing Craft
 
High-Tech Valves To Be Provided For US Nuclear Submarines
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 15 March, 2011
Virginia-class submarines of the US Navy will be supplied with valves for the nuclear propulsion system from Curtiss-Wright
 
Littoral Combat Ship Fabrication Facility Begins Construction
Naval Ships and Submarines : 08 March, 2011
New facility for early stage fabrication work on the US Navy's Littoral Combat Ship will improve logistics in the overall manufacturing process
 
HMS Bulwark Returns To Active Service After Refit
Refurbishment and fitting : 01 March, 2011
Upgrade and maintenance programme successfully completed on HMS Bulwark amphibious landing craft by Babcock at the Devonport Royal Dockyard
 
Canadian Joint Support Ship Design Work Begins
Naval Ships and Submarines : 24 February, 2011
BMT Fleet Technology has begun design work on the Joint Support Ship project for the Canadian Forces
 
Kestrel Maritime Gains Small Object High Visibility Detection Capability
Maritime Search, Rescue and Recovery : 21 February, 2011
Automatic life jacket detection added to automatic target detection system from Sentient as well as improved capability for detecting small, high visibility objects in wide range maritime environments
 
NASSCO Delivers 183 Metre Cargo Vessel Ahead Of Schedule
Merchant Vessels : 08 December, 2010
The Evergreen State cargo ship has been launched in a ceremony held at the General Dynamics shipyard
 
Ballistic Missile Submarine Development Contract
Naval Ships and Submarines : 08 December, 2010
General Dynamics Electric Boat has been awarded a design and engineering contract from the US Navy for the Ohio submarine replacement program
 
Lockheed Martin Launches USS Fort Worth
Naval Ships and Submarines : 06 December, 2010
The third Littoral Combat Ship, the USS Fort Worth has been launched for the US Navy from the Marinette Marine Shipyard
 
HMS Vengeance Major Overhaul Planning Phase Begins
Refurbishment and fitting : 06 December, 2010
The UK’s MoD has placed an order on Babcock to commence planning for a major refit of the Royal Navy’s Trident missile submarine, HMS Vengeance
 
Rosyth Facility Performs Major Upgrade On HMS Kent
Refurbishment and fitting : 03 December, 2010
The Royal Navy’s Type 23 Frigate HMS Kent is currently at Rosyth undergoing a major refit commissioned by the Ministry of Defence
 
Saab Supplies Radar Upgrade For Canadian Frigates
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 29 November, 2010
Lockheed Martin has ordered additional radar enhancements to be used in modifications to the Halifax class frigates operated by the Canadian Navy
 
Naval Grade Generators Provide Power For Gun Targets
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 24 November, 2010
Type 45 Destroyers of the Royal Navy are undergoing trials using radio controlled targets powered by HGI generators
 
HMS Vigilant Refuelling Cycle Completed
Refurbishment and fitting : 24 November, 2010
As part of the Long Overhaul Period (Refuel) project for the long lead time and intensive process of refuelling nuclear submarines, Babcock has completed the refuelling of HMS Vigilant at Devonport
 
Long Lead Time Material Order For Submarine Materials
Naval Ships and Submarines : 11 November, 2010
Materials for the Ohio-class nuclear submarines for the US Navy are being purchased by General Dynamics Electric Boat
 
Rosyth Refit on HMS Blyth Completed On Schedule
Refurbishment and fitting : 08 November, 2010
Royal Navy Minehunter leaves Babcock re-fit facility at Rosyth after 6 month docking period for maintenance and equipment fitting
 
Avon Rigid Inflatable Boats Rebranded As Zodiac
Small Craft : 04 November, 2010
The Searider RIB range from Avon is now available as the Zodiac Searider with manufacturing of the inflatables to continue at the Avon facility
 
XSR Interceptor Makes First Appearance At Euronaval
Small Craft : 25 October, 2010
The Paris Euronaval show is being attended by XSMG World displaying the advanced XSR Interceptor light 15 metre vessel for border control and anti-piracy operations
 
Refit Work Starts On Canadian Submarine
Refurbishment and fitting : 21 September, 2010
The HMCS Chicoutimi is now undergoing refit work at Babcock’s facility at Victoria shipyards after suffering from fire damage
 
Proposal Submitted To US Navy For Future Littoral Combat Ship Production
Naval Ships and Submarines : 16 September, 2010
Lockheed Martin is projecting deliveries of up to ten vessels to 2014 for the US Navy Littoral Combat Ship program in new proposal
 
Hydrodynamics Expert Joins BMT Defence Services
Naval Ships and Submarines : 11 August, 2010
Naval Architecture Department at BMT in Hampshire gains a new member to its team bolstering the company’s strength in marine vessel design
 
GPS Ship and Cargo Tracking For Refrigerated Freight
Vessel Monitoring, Marine Telemetry : 09 August, 2010
Sea Star Line is now offering the Guardian Service enabling round-the-clock monitoring and tracking of refrigerated freight aboard the company’s cargo vessels
 
Weapon Control System Upgrade Contract For Submarines
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 06 August, 2010
US and Australian Navy submarines will have their weapons control systems modified by the Advanced Information Systems division of General Dynamics
 
Moving Vessel Profiler To Be Upgraded On Thomas Jefferson
Underwater Systems : 04 August, 2010
System for enabling underwater profiling from a moving vessel on board the NOAA Thomas Jefferson to be upgraded with improved sensor suite from Rolls-Royce for marine profile activities in the Gulf of Mexico
 
Submarine Maintenance Contract Focuses on Availability
Refurbishment and fitting : 03 August, 2010
Babcock’s Devenport facility reaches agreement with the MoD on the Warship Support Modernisation Initiative for improved availability and costs for nuclear powered submarines belonging to the Royal Navy
 
Korean Vessel Undergoes Successful Weapon Trials
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 30 July, 2010
A ship belonging to the navy of the Republic of Korea has successfully tested it’s Aegis Weapon system incorporating radar from Lockheed Martin Missile Systems and Sensors during recent sea trials
 
11 US Navy Destroyers To Be Modernised by BAE Systems
Refurbishment and fitting : 29 July, 2010
The Arleigh Burke class destroyers in the US Navy will undergo dry-dock modernisation conducted by BAE Systems Ship Repair
 
Surface Ship Electronic Defence Approval
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 29 July, 2010
Lockheed Martin gains approval from the US Navy for initial design work on surface electronic warfare system for defending surface vessels from anti-ship cruise missile threats
 
AW139 Medium Twin Delivered To Malaysia
Maritime Search, Rescue and Recovery : 23 July, 2010
Helicopter equipped for maritime rescue has been delivered for use by the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
 
Search And Rescue Training Centre To Be Established In Sweden
Maritime Search, Rescue and Recovery : 23 July, 2010
AgustaWestland signs agreement on training centre establishment to serve the needs of AW139 search and rescue helicopter operators in the Scandinavian market
 
Search and Rescue Configured AW139 Helicopters For Japan Coast Guard
Maritime Search, Rescue and Recovery : 20 July, 2010
Japan’s Coast Guard Service will take a further six AW139 medium twin helicopters from AgustaWestland to boost its fleet of maritime patrol and search and rescue helicopters to cover the country’s coastline
 
Supply Ship Delivered To US Navy
Naval Ships and Submarines : 16 July, 2010
The USNS Charles Drew has been completed at General Dynamics NASSCO and delivered to the US Navy
 
Advanced Material Procurement Order For Zumwalt Class Vessels
Naval Ships and Submarines : 08 July, 2010
The US Navy places order on Bath Iron Works to begin the procurement of materials for building two Zumwalt class ships
 
Recognition For BMT As First Class Place To Work
Small Craft : 06 July, 2010
Nationwide employee survey places BMT at the top of the list for employee satisfaction
 
USS New Mexico Submarine Refurbishment
Refurbishment and fitting : 05 July, 2010
Maintenance work is to be carried out on a US Navy nuclear submarine by General Dynamics Electric Boat under new Navy contract
 
ECM Pioneer Honoured In US Naval Vessel Naming
Naval Ships and Submarines : 28 June, 2010
The name of Howard Lorenzen, a post-war pioneer in Electronic Counter Measures at the Naval Research Laboratory, has been given to a recently launched US Navy vessel
 
Reduced Weight Composite Power Transmission Shaft
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 09 June, 2010
Naval power transmission shaft material from KaZaK Composites enables increased payloads, no compromise on performance and reduced stress levels resulting from vibration coupled with corrosion resistance and reduced maintenance costs
 
French Sea Ministry Takes Delivery of Fourth Rigid Inflatable Boat
Small Craft : 07 June, 2010
Zodiac SRR 650 high performance RIB supplied to the French Affaires Maritimes department for marine based police operations
 
Strategic Alliance For Small Vessel Manufacture
Small Craft : 07 June, 2010
Falcon Marine and Global Supply Solutions have entered an agreement on the supply of small combat craft
 
Lockheed Martin Bids For Shipboard Computing Contract
Bridge Systems : 02 June, 2010
Communications Division of Lockheed Martin competing for US Navy contract to supply computing network systems for use on naval vessels
 
Dual Radar Configuration For Naval Radar Displays
Bridge Systems : 02 June, 2010
Marine Navigation Radar Systems now gain dual-radar input and target tracking capability of up to 600 knots
 
Subsea Cabling Expert Exhibits At MAST Americas
Underwater Systems : 31 May, 2010
Teledyne TSS is attending MAST Americas in June to demonstrate its range of marine navigation equipment and subsea cabling systems
 
First Rigid Inflatable Boat Delivered To US Coastguard
Small Craft : 25 May, 2010
Zodiac Hurricane features high speed performance, shock resistent seating and air channeled hull for reduced keel drag, enabling swift response and manoeuvrability on rescue and security missions
 
East Russian Tsunami Warning Centre Takes Buoy System from SAIC
Harbour and Port Equipment : 25 May, 2010
Tsunami buoy from SAIC to provide early warnings of tidal wave activity in the seas around the Kuril Islands and off the coast of Yuzhno-Sakhalink in the Russian Federation
 
Colour PEP Units Ordered By Navy For Vessel Consoles
Bridge Systems : 21 May, 2010
Programmable Entry Panels to replace older units in the UYQ-21 Consoles on US Navy vessels
 
Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier To Take Thermostatic Valves from AMOT
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 21 May, 2010
AMOT is supplying eleven bronze thermostatic control valves for use on the Queen Elizabeth Class of Aircraft Carrier of the Royal Navy in the chilled water plants
 
Maritime Agencies Offered Paid Trial On Automatic Identification System
Vessel Monitoring, Marine Telemetry : 21 May, 2010
The exactAIS space-based Automatic Identification System is available on a paid trial basis to government maritime agencies
 
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