NOVEMBER 2019 news

Naval Forces, Defense Industry, Navy Technology, Maritime Security

The first out of 18 of the all-new CB90 HSM has been delivered to the Swedish defence material administration (FMV). A brand new boat, equipped with a lot more than its predecessors: improved speed and manoeuvrability – as well as attack power and surveillance capabilities.

Schiebel wins competitive tender to supply its CAMCOPTER® S-100 System to the Royal Thai Navy (RTN). Following an extensive competitive tender process, Schiebel was awarded its first contract with the RTN, which was signed by Schiebel’s CEO Hannes Hecher and Admiral Prachachart Sirisawat, Director General Naval Acquisition Management office of the Royal Thai Navy, and authorised by Commander In Chief of Royal Thai Navy Headquarters in Bangkok

Thirteen NATO countries are taking part in simulated air and missile defence drills of the United Kingdom’s southern coast from Thursday (31 October 2019). The 6-day Naval Electro Magnetic Operations – or “NEMO” – trials will test how allied navies can defend themselves against anti-ship cruise and hypersonic missiles using state-of-the-art electronic defences.

Royal Australian Navy and the United States Navy, HMAS Brisbane missile destroyer of the Australian Navy has completed a live missile engagement. Using remote sensor data from the USS Stockdale Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer of U.S. Navy and the Cooperative Engagement Capability, the combat system was tested against a range of challenging targets and tactical situations.

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