At LIMA 2015 Chess Dynamics Showcased the Sea Eagle Naval EO Fire Control System

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LIMA 2015 Online Show Daily - Chess Dynamics Sea Eagle FCEO
 
 
 
At LIMA 2015 Chess Dynamics Showcased the Sea Eagle Naval EO Fire Control System
 
At the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace exhibition, LIMA 2015 held in Malaysia last week, British company Chess Dynamics showcased the Sea Eagle FCEO naval electro optic fire control system. Sea Eagle FCEO employs an advanced electro optical sensor suite to provide 24 hour target acquisition, tracking and gun engagement. Variants of the system are operational with a number of navies around the world, including the Royal Navy.
     
At the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace exhibition, LIMA 2015 held in Malaysia last week, British company Chess Dynamics showcased the Sea Eagle FCEO naval electro optic fire control system. Sea Eagle FCEO employs an advanced electro optical sensor suite to provide 24 hour target acquisition, tracking and gun engagement. Variants of the system are operational with a number of navies around the world, including the Royal Navy.
Sea Eagle FCEO scale model on Chess Dynamics stand at LIMA 2015
     
The Sea Eagle FCEO is a high performance, fully stabilised direct drive servo positioning and tracking Naval platform with a fully integrated control system. It has been specifically developed for accurate control of optical sensor payloads in demanding applications such as:
» Weapon Fire Control
» Long Range Surveillance
» Dynamics Motion Stabilisation
» Micro-Radian Absolute Positioning and Pointing

A Chess Dynamics representative told Navy Recognition during LIMA 2015 that the Sea Eagle FCEO was first introduced in 2005 with the UK Royal Navy on board Type 23 Frigates. Over 75 variants have been produced and are in active service with the Irish Navy (OPV), Iraqi Navy (Swift patrol vessel), Royal Navy of Oman (Khareef class OPV), Royal Thai Navy (Endurance class LPD). The fire control system will also be fitted on board Royal Navy future Type 26 frigates and Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers.

Chess Dynamics was also showcasing the Sea Eagle FCRO: It combines advanced FMCW Doppler radar with a fully integrated electro optical sensor suite to provide target acquisition, tracking and gun engagement in all weathers, 24 hours a day. The system has been designed from the outset to achieve the critical balance between price and performance by offering a combination of performance, which is normally only achieved by more expensive systems, and innovative features, that simplify operation whilst stretching the operational envelope.
     
 

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