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GMS rugged smart display to be used on US Navy ships

GMS rugged smart display to be used on US Navy ships
General Micro Systems has announced that its SD19 rugged smart display is being deployed for use in modernising select US Navy ships. This smart, all-in-one display will be distributed throughout the Navy’s fleet to replace an existing 'dumb' display that had been facing end-of-life challenges.
20th February 2017

All aboard the Olympic Orion

All aboard the Olympic Orion
  Kongsberg Maritime’s new K-Walk integrated vessel gangway solution has been chosen by Olympic Shipping for installation aboard the Multipurpose Offshore Vessel (MPSV), Olympic Orion. 
17th February 2017

The king of modern war

Artillery is no longer the king of war. Information technology has transformed the modern battlefield at sea, in the air and on land, and it is arguably the new king of war. In April the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) will help to demonstrate this as part of the Royal Navy led Information Warrior exercise.
17th February 2017


Vortex selected to help deliver safer undersea operations

Vortex selected to help deliver safer undersea operations
PrismTech has announced that its Vortex OpenSplice product has been selected by the DexROV project for dexterous undersea operations with Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV). Part of the long-term EC Horizon 2020 Blue Growth strategy to support sustainable growth in the European marine and maritime sectors DexROV brings together seven different organisations from all over Europe to challenge what is possible in the realms of undersea operations.
17th February 2017

Fibre optic series provides highly customisable connectors

Fibre optic series provides highly customisable connectors
A high-bandwidth interconnect solution that provides maximum performance and reliability for commercial and military aviation and shipboard systems has been introduced by ITT’s Cannon brand.
8th February 2017

Rolls-Royce to power high-speed vessels for the Italian Navy

Rolls-Royce to power high-speed vessels for the Italian Navy
Rolls-Royce has won a contract to supply engines and waterjets to power and propel two new high-speed vessels designed and built by Intermarine (Immsi Group) for the Italian Navy. The construction of two high-speed multi-purpose units (UNPAV) has recently begun at Intermarine’s Sarzana shipyard.
30th January 2017

The unsinkable personal electric watercraft

The unsinkable personal electric watercraft
The quadrofoil ‘Q2S’ limited edition is an electric two-seater personal watercraft that propels marine transportation using highly advanced naval technology. Often referred to as ‘wings’, the slovenian-manufacturer’s foils are based upon thoughtfully designed C‐shape hydrofoils that can glide on the surface of the water at over 12km/h (6.5knots).
30th January 2017

Steering the way to unmanned vessel design

Steering the way to unmanned vessel design
  Research and development into unmanned vehicles has made considerable progress in the past few years. Designing fully autonomous vehicles presents additional challenges since they need to share operational space with human-operated vehicles. 
30th January 2017

Artificial intelligence to play key role in maritime combat

Artificial intelligence to play key role in maritime combat
  Roke Manor Research (Roke) is due to be the first supplier to integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) software into a Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) sponsored maritime combat system demonstrator. 
17th October 2016

Agreement signed for unmanned surface vehicle software

Agreement signed for unmanned surface vehicle software
The Ministry of Defence has signed a licence agreement with ASV Global allowing for the use of its Advanced Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) Capability technology.
29th September 2016


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DSEI 2017
12th September 2017
United Kingdom ExCeL, London