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Officials from BAE Systems have shared with MONCh that the company is looking at the potential future upgrade of its Type-997 ARTISAN and SAMPSON S-band (2.3 gigahertz/GHz to 2.5GHz/2.7GHz to 3.7GHz) naval surveillance radars. Both radars are in extensive use with the Royal Navy, the former equipping all members of the ‘Type-23/Duke’ class of frigates, the amphibious assault ships HMS Ocean and HMS Bulwark, and the HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, and the latter furnishing the ‘Type-45/Daring’ class of destroyers. 

BAE Systems details Type-997 ARTISAN & SAMPSON S-band naval surveillance radars

Showcases their SeaFLIR 380 HD, SeaFLIR 230 & SeaFLIR 280 HD gimballed turrets

Three Operating Companies, Multiple Domains, Multiple Disciplines

Developing an expeditionary submarine for the Netherland´s ‘Walrus’ Replacement Programme (WRES)

Next-generation missile jointly developed and marketed by Saab and Diehl Defence

On stand F51 at Euronaval 2018, Hensoldt approaches the show with its TRS-4D naval radar family. Based on gallium nitride (GaN) Active Electronically-Scanned Array (AESA) radar technology, it is available as a single face rotating antenna (TRS-4D Rotator) and in a four fixed-panel configuration, named TRS-4D/FP. The Rotator variant adds to the existing rotating TRS-3D model that is already in use with several foreign Navies, including the US Navy, which has adopted the rotating version for its ‘Freedom’ class Littoral Combat Ships (LCS)/frigate warships. 

Based on gallium nitride (GaN) Active Electronically-Scanned Array (AESA) radar technology

The latest order from a leading shipyard for SPYNEL cameras confirms HGH’s position as an industry leader. (Photo: HGH Infrared Systems)

High Detection Rates and Minimal False Positives

ECA Group’s T18-M shares almost everything – except weight and power constraints – with its autonomous cousin, the A18-M. (Image: ECA Group)

Common Heritage, Launch and Recovery System and Logistics with A18-M

MBDA is proposing a variety of mounts and installations for its newly-launched naval MMP variant. (Image: MBDA)

Wide Range of Proposed Launch Platforms, Including Semi-Rigid Boats

CUSV to next plateau of employment in the maritime domain

Naval Tactical Data Management System (N-TDMS)

Navantia is highlighting its NAVANTIS training system in Paris this week. The system optimises integrated crew training protocols and takes them one step further, so that, in theory, entire crews can step directly from training to an operational cruise.

Optimises integrated crew training protocols and takes them one step further

In an exclusive interview with Marco Burath, Chief Commercial Office, Senior Vice President of International Marketing & Strategy Division, Leonardo, Marco Giulio Barone on behalf of MONCh discusses the innovating features of the new CMS, with a focus on how it will cope with current and future technology hot spots such as cyber-security, the impact of AI, and the life-cycle of the product.

Industry Leadership Interview: Marco Buratti, Chief Commercial Office, Senior Vice President of International Marketing & Strategy Division, Leonardo

Leonardo is also exhibiting its wide range of naval helicopters, among them the successful medium twin-engine multirole military NH90 and the advanced unmanned AWHero (shown), selected to operate within the OCEAN 2020 European Defence Research Programme, which can also integrate the GABBIANO ultralight surveillance radar. (Photo: DPM)

Leonardo responsible for providing & integrating naval systems and developing new system capabilities

Launched at Euronaval 2018, iSea-25HD was specially designed for maritime vessels and remote weapon stations (RWS), and features a cutting-edge stabilisation system that enables a stable, continuous and uninterrupted line-of-sight (LOS), ensuring a very clear picture, even in rough waters. (Image: Controp)

Expanding its maritime surveillance capabilities

An Electro-Optical Scanning and Automatic Detection System, the TORNADO-ER, acts as an EO Radar for target detection, from 400m to more than 12km

Electro-Optical Scanning and Automatic Detection System

The Airbus exhibit during Euronaval will cover the company’s entire range of smart solutions for safer oceans. (Image: DPM)

From Shore to Sea to Space

Nexter’s RapidFire 40 naval air defence solution will be seen in public for the first time at Euronaval 2018. (Photo: DPM)

From Weapon Systems and Ammunition to NBC Protection

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