HEADLINES ARCHIVE

  • CALIBER(R) MK4 [CANSEC2016D1]

    Ottawa-based ICOR Technology (Booth 532), an established manufacturer and supplier of high-quality, yet affordable, protective security equipment to EOD, tactical and CBRNE units worldwide, is presenting the newest member of its CALIBER robot family.

  • Nothing left to chance [CANSEC2016D1]

    Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure (Booth 429) is showcasing its Intergraph Planning & Response solution designed for operations centres and mobile command staff to manage major events and unplanned disasters and emergencies.

  • Team Spartan gears up for FWSAR bid [CANSEC2016D1]

    Being promoted on both the DRS Technologies Canada stand (Booth 1511 and that of General Dynamics Mission Systems Canada (Booth 1601), the Leonardo Aircraft Division (formerly Alenia) C-27J is one of three candidates for the RCAF’s Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue (FWSAR) requirement.

  • Safe and effective access [CANSEC2016D1]

    An Oxbow, Saskatchewan-based custom metal fabricator and supplier to the construction, mining, government and petrochemical industries, Saskarc Industries Inc (Booth1925) is now poised to provide solutions for the maintenance of Canada’s defence force infrastructure.

  • Enhanced detection [CANSEC2016D1]

    Visiontec Systems (Booth 1524), a Canadian supplier of critical infrastructure security and CBRNE solutions, has been contracted to provide Ontario correctional facilities with body scanners for 26 prisons.

  • Open doors [CANSEC2016D1]

    Lockheed Martin Canada (Booth 1311) has opened its IMPACT Centre in Ottawa, designed to be a significant economic driver across Canada, bringing Canadian industry and academia together for critical research, development and advancement of technology.

  • Reward for high level of reliability [CANSEC2016D1]

    Cincinnati, Ohio-based GE’s Marine Solutions (Booth 1721) has received a contract extension from Public Services and Procurement Canada under which it will provide maintenance and logistic support services for the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN’s) inventory of LM2500 gas turbines.

  • Force protection boost [CANSEC2016D1]

    Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) surface ships are to receive a force protection upgrade with the installation of a new Naval Remote Weapon Station (NRWS) based on Rafael’s Mini-Typhoon product line.

  • Precision machining [CANSEC2016D1]

    Established in 1985, Dominis Engineering (Booth 535) specialises in design, CNC machining and measurement of naval propellers and water jet impellers, using state-of- the-art technology for CNC milling of sculptured surfaces to final form and finish.

  • Training for AOPS [CANSEC2016D1]

    Fleetway and Irving Shipbuilding have announced a $15 million contract to Halifax-based Bluedrop Training & Simulation (Booth 1215) for the design of the training and simulation software for the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) vessels under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS).

  • An eye in the deep [CANSEC2016D1]

    Underwater inspection specialist Deep Trekker (Booth 426) will be demonstrating the application of remotely operated vehicle (ROV) technology to assist in reconnaissance, inspection and observation missions, and keep military divers out of harm’s way.

  • Larger than life [CANSEC2016D1]

    Malmo, Sweden-based Aimpoint (Twenty20Insight Booth 728), which specialises in electronic red-dot sighting technology, has introduced three new accessory magnifiers to its product line, all designed to work in conjunction with the company’s electronic reflex sights.

  • Spray ’n’ wash [CANSEC2016D1]

    In 2014, DEW Engineering and Development (Booth 1111) won a C$21.3 million contract to supply the Canadian Armed Forces with six chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) decontamination systems for personnel and vehicles.

  • Power charge [CANSEC2016D1]

    Analytic Systems (Booth 1637) has continued the development of its pure sine-wave inverters, announcing the M-Series MIL Grade intelligent pure sine inverters with continuous output power levels of 1,200, 2,400 and 3,600W.

  • International training [CANSEC2016D1]

    Established in England in 1986 and operating in Canada since 2001, the International Test Pilot School (ITPS) (Booth234) is one of only six test pilot schools worldwide accepting international students.

  • Risk under control [CANSEC2016D1]

    Risk management is not a new concept, however the process in which the threat and risk are documented has become very much more comprehensive, generating a wide and relatively lucrative service industry and certification procedure.

  • Compact and multi-purpose [CANSEC2016D1]

    Canon Canada Inc (Booth 226), a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon USA and a specialist in digital imaging solutions, has added the ME200S-SH to its line of multi-purpose modular cameras.

  • Beyond sight [CANSEC2016D1]

    Aeryon Labs Inc (Booth 928), a leader in small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS), and Persistent Systems, a specialist in mobile ad hoc network (MANET) technology, have announced the integration of the latter’s Wave Relay technology into the airframe of the Aeryon SkyRanger sUAS.

  • Thundering in the desert [CANSEC2016D1]

    Canada’s family-owned Cambli Group (Booth 237), which has been manufacturing armoured trucks for more than 50 years, earlier this month displayed its new Thunder 2 second-generation tactical vehicle in Jordan.

  • AvSIL system integrator available this year [CANSEC2016D1]

    Mississauga, Ontario-based Aversan (Booth 1905) has announced the release of its leading-edge System Integration Lab solution.

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