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Euronaval Online 2020 video coverage by Editorial team of Navy Recognition, International Online Naval Defense and Security magazine, a subdivision of Army Recognition Group SPRL. Second report about Euronaval 2020 with a selection of news published on the Navy Recognition website presenting in video, a series of international products displayed during Euronaval Online 2020.

Editorial team of Navy Recognition, International Online Naval Defense and Security magazine, a subdivision of Army Recognition Group SPRL, has abundantly covered Euronaval Online 2020 International naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition, which was only virtual this time. Here is a selection of news published on the Navy Recognition website presenting in video, a series of international products displayed during Euronaval Online 2020.

BAE Systems has developed the world's most advanced lightweight torpedo called Sting Ray Mod 1, able to counter all submarine threats in both Open Ocean and littoral engagements. In-service with the British Royal Navy and Royal Air Force, it has been also selected by the Norwegian Armed Forces and is capable of integration into surface and air platform mission systems.

American company Raytheon displays new air defense radar SPY-6(V) for naval ships at Euronaval Online, the digital edition of Euronaval 2020, International naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition. The SPY-6 previously called AMDR (Air and Missile Defense Radar) is the latest generation of air-and-missile-defense radar designed to protect modern warships.

At Euronaval Online, the digital edition of Euronaval 2020, International naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition, Italian Defense Company Leonardo presents a unique new Combat Management System (CMS) for the naval defense market which features an exclusive multi-touch screen and full-map graphics for complete situational awareness. Drawing on Leonardo’s more than 50 years of experience in CMS, the new system will become a naval C4I system featuring tactical capabilities and access to strategic network services and facilities, all grouped together in a new, user-friendly man-machine interface.

At Euronaval Online, the digital edition of Euronaval 2020, International naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition, Spanish Company Navantia displays its latest generation of submarine S-80 in production by the Spanish company Navantia in its Cartagena shipyard for the Spanish Navy. It is a new generation submarine, technologically very advanced, which represents a qualitative leap with respect to conventional submarines.

The Austrian Company Schiebel a leader in the manufacturing of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, presents the naval version of its Camcopter S-100 fitted payload that can be used to conduct naval operations. On its virtual booth at Euronaval Online, the digital edition of Euronaval 2020, International naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition, Schiebel displays a full range of defense products including drones and mine detection solutions.

Lacroix, a French pyrotechnic systems integrator, offers a complete range of self-protection products (from countermeasures to systems) for air, land and naval forces around the world. Design, manufacture and supply of pyrotechnic devices and systemsto meet military, civil and space industry requirements. Its R&D teams have superior expertise in combining multiple decoy effects in various deployment vectors, which are themselves integrated into a system.

According to a press release published on the virtual booth of General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) at the Online Edition of Euronaval 2020, International naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition, GA-ASI concluded a set of maritime test flights over the sea-lanes off the coast of Southern California on September 11th, 2020, using the MQ-9B SeaGuardian® Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS). This was the first MQ-9B configured for surveillance operations over open-water and served to demonstrate MQ-9B capabilities in the maritime environment.

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