Navantia Attended OPV Conference in London

October 5, 2018 (Google Translation) – Navantia has attended the 13th annual international OPV (Offshore Patrol Vessels) conferences, which were held in London (United Kingdom). These include the “Sustainability by design” whose speaker was the Captain of Frigate Cipriano Pereira. During the event, Navantia participated as part of the Naval Maritime Cluster of Cádiz in the presentation of the next edition of the conferences, whose celebration will be at Cádiz during September 2019. OPV 2019 will focus on the process of creating a national naval capacity pivoting on three fundamental…

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Marking 250 years since Cook’s first voyage to the Pacific

The year is 1768, and Britain is in the throes of the Age of Enlightenment. As a group of artists agrees to found the Royal Academy, Captain James Cook sets sail on a voyage of discovery to track the transit of Venus and search for terra australis incognita – the unknown southern continent, as Europeans called it. What Cook and his crew encounter on arrival is a vast number of island civilisations covering almost a third of the world’s surface: from Tahiti in Polynesia, to the scattered archipelagos and islands…

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Terma at 13th Annual Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) Conference 2018

Meet Terma at the 13th Annual Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) Conference 2018, 25 – 27 September, 2018, Twickenham Stadium, London, UK The OPV conference brings together the global naval community to discuss new trends that are occurring in the OPV market. The event provides a forum for exclusive announcements and strategic talks on naval programs worldwide.

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IMO Assembly adopts vision and strategic directions

The IMO Assembly met for its 30th session at IMO Headquarters in London, United Kingdom (27 November to 6 December). The Assembly was the largest-ever gathering at IMO Headquarters in London, attended by some 1,400 participants, including 56 at the ministerial level, from 165 Member States, as well as observers from inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations. Strategic directions and vision adopted The Assembly adopted its strategic plan for 2018-2023, including a revised mission statement, a vision statement (included for the first time) and seven newly-identified strategic directions for IMO, placing the…

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Chinese escort fleet arrives in London for friendly visit

Chinese naval guided-missile frigates Huanggang (R) and Yangzhou are seen in London, Britain, on Oct. 3, 2017. China’s 26th naval escort fleet arrived here Tuesday for a five-day friendly visit to Britain. This is the first time for Chinese naval ships to pay an official visit to the British capital city. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland) [smartslider3 slider=19]

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MTU’s Callosum Ship Automation System at DSEI

The DSEI Defence and Security Exhibition in London (September 12–15, ExCel) will see Rolls-Royce premiering the new Equipment Health Monitoring function available with MTU’s Callosum Ship Automation System (Stand S6 210). The Callosum extension provides a real-time picture of the status of the vessel and its propulsion system. In addition, Rolls-Royce will be showcasing the entire portfolio of MTU propulsion and drive solutions for naval vessels and land-based defense vehicles from frigates and submarines to armored fighting vehicles. The MTU brand is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems. With Callosum and…

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Curtiss-Wright Showcases Latest Avionics, Vetronics, and Naval Solutions at DSEI 2017

Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today announced that it will be displaying its latest vetronics, avionics, and naval platform products at the Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) conference at ExCel, London, UK, September 12-15, 2017. Featured products will include flexible upgradeable turret aiming and stabilization drive systems, rugged high capacity storage solutions – such as the Data Transport System, and size, weight, and power (SWaP)-optimized embedded avionics systems – such as the ultra-lightweight Fortress Crash Protected Recorder. Curtiss-Wright’s displayed solutions for integrating complete turret drive systems will also include Rotary…

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Saab at DSEI 2017

Defence and security company Saab will be exhibiting its formidable range of products at the Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition, London, England, at stand N2-230, from the 12 to 15 September. Saab’s stand will exhibit its innovative thinking through demonstrations, mini-talks, press briefings and a new format called Saab Insight on a big screen. Targeting the air, land and sea sectors, Saab welcomes visitors to its stand to see how together design, technology and innovative thinking are overcoming barriers to mission success . For the air sector, GlobalEye…

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Experience Terma’s naval and surveillance solutions at DSEI

At this year’s Defence and Security Equipment International exhibition in London, Terma invites customers and visitors to experience our C-Guard Naval decoy launching system, SCANTER Naval Radars, and C2 C-Flex System. “DSEI enables us to showcase our key technologies and products to a dedicated audience. We are pleased to participate with a highly experienced staff within naval mission systems, naval protection systems, and surveillance systems”, says Thomas Blom, Senior Vice President, Surveillance & Mission Systems. “We look very much forward to welcoming partners and customers at our stand at the…

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