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

The new TKMS/Saft lithium-ion battery system will be available for the Type 214 submarine in the future. (Photo via BNK)

Prototypes of Collaborative Effort with Saft on Show

John McClintock, Raytheon’s Standard Missile 2 Acting Program Director, noted the current SM-2 production run (one round fired above) is providing 282 missiles to four international customers. “There are a mix of IIIA and IIIB missiles in this total. First deliveries of this run are scheduled for 2020." (Image: US Navy)

US Navy Eyes New SM-2 Block IIIC, as New Production Run Starts for Blocks IIIA and IIIB

R&S NAVICS multilevel security (MLS) permits secure and controlled communications between users in networks having different security classification levels aboard a ship.

Rohde & Schwarz offers innovative solutions in all fields of secure communications

50 Years Old and Only Getting Better as it Guides ESSM Block 2 Toward IOC

Swiftships received the US Navy’s award earlier this year for the detail design and construction of the first Landing Craft Utility (LCU-1700) surface connector (above artist rendering).  (Image: Swiftships)

Industry Leadership Interview: Shehraze Shah, Swiftships' CEO

Maritime Survivability Expertise Rounds Out DA-Group Offering

Outfitting nearly 1,774 boats & 282 cutters in the USCG’s active fleet

Of the six submarines to be built, three are already in hand at the Golcuk Naval Shipyard: the first, PIRIREIS, was laid down in October 2015 and is expected to be launched this year; the third boat, MURATREIS, was laid down in February. The vessels are expected to be commissioned into the TNF in 2021-2026, and will be the first AIP submarines in Turkish service, replacing four AY-class (Type 209/1200) diesel-electric powered boats. The REIS will feature the ISUS-90/72 combat management system, Mk48 Mod 6AT and DM2A4 heavyweight torpedoes, HARPOON Block I/II and IDAS missiles. The indigenously-developed AKYA heavyweight torpedo and ATMACA Block I/II missile systems are likely to be integrated in coming years.

Three Already Under Construction

Tangent Link’s EW GCC conference taking place in Abu Dhabi

Contracts Will Secure Over 700 Shipyard Jobs

Company Can Now Establish Infrastructure to Begin Prototyping in 2020

Royal Navy Returns to Carrier Strike Capability

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