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Memorandum of understanding between Milanion Group and Aegean Projects

The successful partnership between UAE-based Milanion Group and Athens-based Aegean Projects has proven to deliver on the MOU agreement signed less than 90 days ago. Although many MOU’s never amount to much past the signing stage, this partnership has found a ‘sweet spot’ combining world-class technology with agile delivery and cost savings.


The successful partnership between UAE-based Milanion Group and Athens-based Aegean Projects has proven to deliver on the MOU agreement signed less than 90 days ago. Although many MOU’s never amount to much past the signing stage, this partnership has found a ‘sweet spot’ combining world-class technology with agile delivery and cost savings.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Unmanned Surface Vessel (Picture source: Milanion Group)


Whilst bound by client confidentiality, Aegean Projects CEO, Vassilis Hatzigiannis said, “We are proud to announce thedelivery of the Unmanned Surface Vesselconversion of the 6.8m RHIB to the Army of a NATO and EU Member State”.

USV’s are a proven cost-effective method to add force multipliers to a fleet while removing personnel from dull, dirty, and dangerous situations. The USV can be configured to loiter, patrol, report and, if required, to intercept other marine traffic.

“We hit the ground running with our partnership with Aegean Projects and are already generating interest from prospective clients about unmanned land and sea vessel projects in Europe and further afield” said, Milanion Group CEO, Davinder Dogra.