Kelvin Hughes Radar for Philippine Frigate Project

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have contracted Kelvin Hughes to supply I Band and E/F Band SharpEye™ radars. The Philippine Navy Frigate Acquisition Project (FAP) was awarded to HHI in October 2016 to build two 2,600 ton frigates for hand over starting in 2020. Kelvin Hughes has announced it is to supply HHI two SharpEye™ navigation radars along with multifunction bridge radar displays for the Philippine Navy FAP. This follows the announcement by Kelvin Hughes in September that HHI contracted the company to supply the Integrated Navigation Bridge System (INBS) for…

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Kelvin Hughes for New RNZN Maritime Sustainment Capability (MSC) Ship

Kelvin Hughes is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a contract by Hyundai Heavy Industries to supply the Integrated Navigation Bridge System (INBS) for The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) Maritime Sustainment Capability (MSC) Vessel. The INBS system meets the requirements of IMO Lloyds Register Class Notation IBS and Naval Ship Code. It includes a dual redundant data distribution system and fully integrated Kelvin Hughes multifunction displays. The radar system takes advantage of the Kelvin Hughes’ advanced solid state SharpEye™ Doppler radars that bring full situational awareness to…

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Kelvin Hughes to Exhibit at IDEX 2017

Kelvin Hughes will be exhibiting at IDEX 2017 (Stand: 05-C19) which is being held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre from the 19th to 23rd February. Held bi-annually, IDEX is one of the most strategically important tri-service defense exhibitions anywhere in the world. Since its inception, IDEX has continued to attract a growing number of international decision-makers from across the defense industry, including key representatives from governments and the armed forces. Strong representation from GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) and MENA countries makes IDEX the prime platform for reaching this very important audience. As…

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Kelvin Hughes continues to enjoy considerable success in exporting its maritime systems to Malaysia

Kelvin Hughes continues to enjoy considerable success in exporting its maritime systems to Malaysia. Royal Malaysian Navy Kelvin Hughes was contracted by Boustead Naval Shipyard (via their in-country representative D’Aquarian Services Sdn Bhd) to supply a pair of type-approved, upmast I-Band (X-Band) and E/F-Band (S-Band) SharpEye™ Doppler radars for each new ship in the Royal Malaysian Navy’s Second Generation Patrol Vessel (SGPV) programme. Also known as Littoral Combat Ships (LCS), these six new vessels are of a stealth frigate design with a displacement of 3,100 tonnes. The first radar sets were delivered…

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