• Griffon Hoverwork enters fast boats arena

    Key Points Griffon Hoverwork and Cougar Marine join forces to build ultra high-speed naval and coastguard craft Hovercraft manufacturer Griffon Hoverwork has teamed with powerboat specialist Cougar Marine to design, market, and build a range of ultra high-speed boats intended to support naval and

  • Images suggest fourth Chinese Type 071 LPD is in build

    Photographs released on Chinese websites since mid-October 2014 suggest that China may have started work on the People's Liberation Army Navy's (PLAN's) fourth Type 071 (Yuzhao)-class amphibious assault ship (LPD). The photographs, allegedly taken at the Hudong-Zhonghua Shipyard in Shanghai, show

  • US to supply Chad, Niger with riverine boats

    The US Coast Guard is looking for a contractor to supply Chad and Niger with identical packages of three boats under a US government-funded programme to improve the African countries' ability to patrol their riverine borders, according to a notice posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website

  • AWD programme now AUD800 million over budget

    The projected cost of Australia's troubled Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) programme has risen to about AUD800 million (USD688 million) more than its AUD8.5 billion budget, informed sources have told IHS Jane's . This figure is nearly AUD500 million more than an overrun forecast by an Australian

  • DSME, Navantia to complete risk reduction for Australian replenishment ship programme

    South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and Spanish state-owned shipbuilder Navantia have received contracts from Australia's Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) to undertake risk reduction design studies for two new replenishment ships to be acquired under

    FEATURED REPORT

  • Briefing: Underwater aspirations

    While competing priorities and affordability issues have influenced a decline in submarine numbers in Europe in recent years, several of the region's nations are committing resources to recapitalising their SSK capabilities. Kate Tringham and Richard Scott report
  • Thinking big

    The arrival of the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers will require a mindset change in the Royal Navy. Richard Scott reports
  • Keep out zone: RAN reaps ASMD upgrade rewards

    Once listed as a 'Project of Concern', the Project SEA 1448 Phase 2 ANZAC Anti-Ship Missile Defence programme has been turned round to become a flagship defence acquisition programme for Australia. Richard Scott reports
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  • Elbit to upgrade F-5 fighters for undisclosed Asian country

    Elbit Systems has been awarded a USD85 million contract by an undisclosed Asian country. The majority has been earmarked for a Northrop F-5 Tiger II upgrade programme. The contract, which was announced by the Israeli company on 22 October, will last for three years. In addition to upgrading the
  • AUSA 2014: Army outlines upcoming combat vehicle choices

    US Army planners will use the next several years to consider its next major vehicle investment - perhaps for infantry or Stryker units - and whether to proceed with a future combat vehicle. With the cancellation of the ground combat vehicle (GCV) for budget reasons, the army had to choose whether

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    Type Subsea acoustic telemetry modems Description ATM-885 and 887 acoustic modems serve as the underwater component of the bi-directional acoustic communications link. The subsea modems are interfaces with a host instrument or autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), and acoustically transmit/receive

  • ATM900series

    Type Acoustic telemetry modems Description ATM-900 Series acoustic modems are the bi-directional acoustic communications links interfaced with a host instrument or AUV, for acoustically transmit/receive data from the host to the topside acoustic modem. ATM-900 employs multiple frequency-shift

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    Type Work-class remotely operated vehicle Description Centurion has been developed from the Scorpio vehicle to perform a large number of underwater tasks, including subsea construction support, pipeline inspection and drilling support. The system is fitted with either a 100 or 120 hp hydraulic

  • Centurion HD

    Type Work-class remotely operated vehicle Description The Centurion HD is a work-class ROV, evolved from the baseline Centurion vehicle. The ROV is fitted with a 100 hp or 120 hp power pack and six Innerspace vectored thrusters (Curvetech HT300 thrusters are an option). Centurion HD is available

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