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  • Recce is watching [CANSEC18D1]

    General Dynamics Land Systems- Canada (GDLS-Canada, Booth 1301) is showcasing two variants of its family of Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) 6.0 platforms at CANSEC 2018: LAV 6.0 Combat Support Vehicle (CSV) Command Post (CP), and the new LAV 6.0 Reconnaissance, or Recce.

  • Wide-area Gripen flight display goes on show [CANSEC18D1]

    Saab has brought its Gripen E cockpit simulator to CANSEC as part of a ramped-up effort to promote the aircraft for Canada’s Future Fighter Capability Project (FFCP) requirement.

  • CSC rivals await design selection [CANSEC18D1]

    A decision is expected by the end of the summer on the surface combatant design that will form the backbone of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) through to the late 2040s.

  • Sea Ceptor pitched for CSC CIADS [CANSEC18D1]

    MBDA (Stand 401) is proposing its GWS 35 Sea Ceptor local area anti-air missile in a close-in air defence system (CIADS) role for the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN’s) future Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) platform. Intended as a single-class platform to replace the Halifax-class patrol frigate and the (now decommissioned) Iroquois-class destroyer in RCN service, the CSC platform will built by Irving Shipbuilding, the appointed prime contractor for the CSC programme.

  • JSK targets torpedo role [CANSEC18D1]

    As part of its offering for participation in the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) programme, JSK Naval Support Inc is offering its Torpedo Launch System (TLS) to all three shipbuilding consortia that are bidding for the CSC contract.

  • S-92 makes grand entrance [CANSEC18D1]

    A Cougar Helicopters-operated Sikorsky S-92 medium-li search and rescue (SAR) helicopter made its CANSEC debut this year, flying in just ahead of the opening of the show. Delivered by Cougar chief pilot Paul Carter and SAR captain Pawel Bienkowski, accompanied by two flight engineers and a third engineer from Sikorsky, the S-92 completed a total eight-and-a-half- hour flight duration over three legs from the company’s headquarters in St John’s, Newfoundland, to be here.

  • Initiative shifts to MACH 4.0 [CANSEC18D1]

    Solaxis Ingenious Manufacturing (Booth 124) – a Bromont-based additive manufacturing house specialising in the precise design and manufacture of functional prototypes, low-volume production, and specialised tooling using innovative technologies of industrial 3D printing – earlier this year joined Aero Montreal’s MACH FAB 4.0 Initiative.

  • New TerraLens SDK unveiled [CANSEC18D1]

    Kongsberg Geospatial Ltd (Booth 915) has released TerraLens 9.0 – the latest version of its software development toolkit (SDK) for geospatial visualisation.

  • Intelligence analysis [CANSEC18D1]

    Esri Canada (Booth 1809), a leading provider of advanced geospatial technologies for defence and intelligence organisations, has just released its Intelligence Con guration for ArcGIS Pro (ICAP), a new workstation for intelligence analysts.

  • Support consolidated [CANSEC18D1]

    Qioptiq (Booth 528), an Excelitas Technologies company and a global technology leader in delivering innovative optical and photonic solutions, has announced the offficial opening of its £3.7m facility in North-Wales.

  • Lifting services to a new level [CANSEC18D1]

    Established in mid-2017, Global Services is Boeing’s (Booth 1821) newest business unit, which was formed by merging the services sectors of Boeing Commercial Airplanes and Boeing Defence, Space & Security. The resulting competitive, nose-to-tail services business is challenging the aerospace industry with comprehensive lifecycle solutions.

  • Sound detection [CANSEC18D1]

    Nova Scotia-based GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc (Outside Booth 3040), a subsidiary of Elbit Systems Ltd, is a supplier of marine acoustic hardware and systems for the defence, oil and gas, surveillance, and environmental sectors. The company is known as a high-tech solutions provider in the underwater acoustics  eld with innovative products such as the Towed Reelable Active Passive Sonar (TRAPS) and the lightweight Portable Acoustic Target System (PATS).

  • Interim support ship joins Canadian fleet [CANSEC18D1]

    The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) has begun operations with the 26,000-ton interim afloat support ship MV Asterix following completion of at-sea trials and testing earlier this year.

  • IPMS passes test on ship control platform [CANSEC18D1]

    Irving Shipbuilding (Booth 1801) has announced that the Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) from the MAPPS business unit of L3 Technologies (Booth 201) has passed the First Article Acceptance Test for a control platform of the future Arctic and offshore patrol ships of the Royal Canadian Navy.

  • Frigate refit marks key milestone [CANSEC18D1]

    Work has begun in Victoria, British Columbia, on the modernisation re t of HMNZS TeKaha, the first of two Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) frigates to be upgraded in Canada under the ANZAC Frigate Systems Upgrade (FSU) project.

  • Navy approves deck trainer [CANSEC18D1]

    The Royal Norwegian Navy has confirmed official acceptance of the latest iteration of the portable DECKsim Virtual Reality Trainer supplied by UK systems and software supplier SEA, which is a joint venture partner in Canadian company JSK Naval Support Inc (Booth 806) with Canadian defence systems specialist Kaycom Inc, writes Lynn Newton.

  • Tests aid Sniper move [CANSEC18D1]

    Earlier this month, the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) undertook a series of wind tunnel tests in support of a Department of National Defence (DND) programme that aims to qualify the Lockheed Martin Sniper targeting pod on the centreline hardpoint of the Royal Canadian Air Force’s fleet of CF-188 Hornets.

  • Partners target future training [CANSEC18D1]

    On 1 May, CAE and KF Aerospace announced the formation of a new joint venture. Known as SkyAlyne Canada Inc, the JV is a 50:50 partnership between the two companies that together provide all of Canada’s military pilot training. The JV has been formed not only to further improve the offering to the Canadian military, but also to pitch for Canada’s Future Aircrew Training requirement.

  • Cyclone team wins flight test plaudit [CANSEC18D1]

    AHS International has recognised Canada’s Department of National Defence (DND) and Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky business for “conducting an extraordinary international effort” to demonstrate flight and shipboard operation of the CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter from a Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) Halifax-class frigate.

  • Connections assured [CANSEC18D1]

    Milrail (Booth 1725) supplies the marine, military, railway and mass transit industries with a wide range of electrical interconnect products. Its technologically innovative products can operate in the harshest environments to the most stringent standards.