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PACIFIC 2015
International Maritime Exposition

 
Online Show Coverage
 
 

PACIFIC 2015: DCNS Showcased the Shortfin Barracuda Block 1A for SEA1000 Submarine Program

PACIFIC 2015: DCNS Showcased the Shortfin Barracuda Block 1A for SEA1000 Submarine Program
 
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition held recently in Sydney, DCNS was showcasing for the first time a scale model of its proposal for the Australian SEA1000 submarine design and procurement program. Based on the French Navy Barracuda SSN currently in final stage of construction, the Shorfin Barracuda is 3 meters shorter (94 meters) and 200 tons lighter (4,500 tons).
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition held recently in Sydney, DCNS was showcasing for the first time a scale model of its proposal for the Australian SEA1000 submarine design and procurement program. Based on the French Navy Barracuda SSN currently in final stage of construction, the Shorfin Barracuda is 3 meters shorter (94 meters) and 200 tons lighter (4,500 tons).
 

PACIFIC 2015: Pictures of the Contenders for the Australian Navy SEA5000 ASW Frigate Program

PACIFIC 2015: Pictures of the Contenders for the Australian Navy SEA5000 ASW Frigate Program
 
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition held recently in Sydney, most shipyards or shipbuilding groups attending the event unveiled the design of their proposal for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) SEA5000 program. SEA5000 calls for the replacement of the RAN ANZAC class frigates. The Future Frigate is expected to have anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities and the CEAFAR2 radar currently in development by CEA.
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition held recently in Sydney, most shipyards or shipbuilding groups attending the event unveiled the design of their proposal for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) SEA5000 program. SEA5000 calls for the replacement of the RAN ANZAC class frigates. The Future Frigate is expected to have anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities and the CEAFAR2 radar currently in development by CEA.
 

Interview with DCNS CEO and French Ambassador in Australia at PACIFIC 2015

Interview with DCNS CEO and French Ambassador to Australia at PACIFIC 2015
 
During PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition currently held in Sydney Australia, Navy Recognition had the chance to meet and interview both DCNS CEO Hervé Guillou and French Embassador in Australia Christophe Lecourtier.
During PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition currently held in Sydney Australia, Navy Recognition had the chance to meet and interview both DCNS CEO Hervé Guillou and French Ambassador in Australia Christophe Lecourtier.
 

BAE Systems ready to start sustaining Australia's NUSHIP Adelaide LHD

BAE Systems ready to start sustaining Australia's NUSHIP Adelaide LHD
 
Lessons learned from supporting Australia’s largest warship, HMAS Canberra, will benefit the Royal Australian Navy when its sister ship enters service later this year, according to prime contractor BAE Systems. The company has just completed the first 12 months of a four-year, $220 million program with responsibility for sustaining the new, first-of-class Landing Helicopter Dock.
Lessons learned from supporting Australia’s largest warship, HMAS Canberra, will benefit the Royal Australian Navy when its sister ship enters service later this year, according to prime contractor BAE Systems. The company has just completed the first 12 months of a four-year, $220 million program with responsibility for sustaining the new, first-of-class Landing Helicopter Dock.
 

DSME Celebrates MoU with Local Partners for Australia's SEA 1654 Programme

DSME Celebrates MoU with Local Partners for Australia's SEA 1654 Programme
 
DSME (Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering), celebrates its partnership with BAE Systems Australia Limited, BMT Defence Services Ltd, L-3 Communications and SAAB with a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony at the Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney. The signing took place on Tuesday 6th October at the DSME stand.
DSME (Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering), celebrates its partnership with BAE Systems Australia Limited, BMT Defence Services Ltd, L-3 Communications and SAAB with a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony at the Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney. The signing took place on Tuesday 6th October at the DSME stand.
 

TKMS announces ‘Endeavour’ - the name for Australian Future Submarine Project

TKMS announces ‘Endeavour’ - the name for Australian Future Submarine Project
 
ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS), the world’s leading builder of conventional submarines, has announced the name ‘Endeavour’ for its Australian SEA1000 Future Submarine Project. The announcement was made today to coincide with the company’s presence at Pacific 2015, a major naval industry event being held in Sydney from 6 to 8 October. TKMS is committed to naval shipbuilding in Australia and the broader APAC region.
ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS), the world’s leading builder of conventional submarines, has announced the name ‘Endeavour’ for its Australian SEA1000 Future Submarine Project. The announcement was made today to coincide with the company’s presence at Pacific 2015, a major naval industry event being held in Sydney from 6 to 8 October. TKMS is committed to naval shipbuilding in Australia and the broader APAC region.
 

PACIFIC 2015: UK Company SEA Introduces its KraitArray Passive Acoustic Thin Line Array

PACIFIC 2015: UK Company SEA Introduces its KraitArray Passive Acoustic Thin Line Array
 
SEA introduced their next-generation, small diameter, passive acoustic thin line array product at Pacific 2015. Named after the banded sea snake of this name, KraitArray is a user configurable thin line array providing directional sensing capabilities.
SEA introduced their next-generation, small diameter, passive acoustic thin line array product at Pacific 2015. Named after the banded sea snake of this name, KraitArray is a user configurable thin line array providing directional sensing capabilities.
 

PACIFIC 2015: DCNS Unveils its FREMM Fitted with CEA Radar for SEA5000 Frigate Program

PACIFIC 2015: DCNS Unveils its FREMM Fitted with CEA Radar for SEA5000 Frigate Program
 
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition currently held in Sydney Australia, DCNS shared with Navy Recognition some computer generated images (CGI) showing a FREMM multi-mission frigate fitted with CEA's CEAFAR 2 radar. The conceptual images are representative of DCNS proposal for the SEA5000 program which calls for the replacement of 9 Anzac class frigates.
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition currently held in Sydney Australia, DCNS shared with Navy Recognition some computer generated images (CGI) showing a FREMM multi-mission frigate fitted with CEA's CEAFAR 2 radar. The conceptual images are representative of DCNS proposal for the SEA5000 program which calls for the replacement of 9 Anzac class frigates.
 

PACIFIC 2015: BAE Systems Upgrading ANZAC class Frigates for MH-60R

PACIFIC 2015: BAE Systems Upgrading ANZAC class Frigates for MH-60R
 
Sustainment teams on both sides of Australia are upgrading ANZAC class frigates HMAS Perth and HMAS Anzac to significantly increase their capability. Across each warship, BAE Systems Australia is delivering more than 15 complex engineering changes including enclosing the quarter deck, modifications to accommodate the MH-60 Romeo naval helicopters, relocation of the on-board gymnasium and radar cross section remediation works.
Sustainment teams on both sides of Australia are upgrading ANZAC class frigates HMAS Perth and HMAS Anzac to significantly increase their capability. Across each warship, BAE Systems Australia is delivering more than 15 complex engineering changes including enclosing the quarter deck, modifications to accommodate the MH-60 Romeo naval helicopters, relocation of the on-board gymnasium and radar cross section remediation works.
 

Japan's Government and Industry Held an Industry Briefing on Soryu Submarine at PACIFIC 2015

Japan's Government and Industry Held an Industry Briefing on Soryu Submarine at PACIFIC 2015
 
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition currently held in Sydney Australia, the Japanese Government and Industry held an industry briefing on its bid with the Soryu for the SEA1000 program. Japan has a small pavilion at the exposition with scale models of the SEA1000 proposal, a Soryu class, an Atago class Destroyer and the 20DX Frigate.
At PACIFIC 2015, the international maritime exposition currently held in Sydney Australia, the Japanese Government and Industry held an industry briefing on its bid with the Soryu for the SEA1000 program. Japan has a small pavilion at the exposition with scale models of the SEA1000 proposal, a Soryu class, an Atago class Destroyer and the 20DX Frigate.
 

MBDA Showcasing its Missile Solutions for Maritime Superiority at PACIFIC 2015

MBDA Showcasing its Missile Solutions for Maritime Superiority at PACIFIC 2015
 
Northrop Grumman Corporation will showcase its maritime security capabilities at the Pacific International Maritime Exposition 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The capabilities include Northrop Grumman's portfolio of advanced maritime systems across the full spectrum of modern naval operations, including maritime domain awareness, C4ISR, resilient networked operations, broad area surveillance, unmanned aircraft systems for maritime and coastal surveillance, radar and mine detection systems, and precision marine navigation. In addition to product displays, company representatives and subject matter experts will be available to engage the media on these topics.
During PACIFIC 2015, MBDA is demonstrating its strengths in the maritime domain with several missies from its portfolio: The CAMM/Sea Ceptor, the MARTE familly, the Sea Venom/ANL and the Exocet MM40 Block III.
 

Northrop Grumman Features its Range of Maritime Security Capabilities at Pacific 2015

Northrop Grumman Features its Range of Maritime Security Capabilities at Pacific 2015
 
Northrop Grumman Corporation will showcase its maritime security capabilities at the Pacific International Maritime Exposition 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The capabilities include Northrop Grumman's portfolio of advanced maritime systems across the full spectrum of modern naval operations, including maritime domain awareness, C4ISR, resilient networked operations, broad area surveillance, unmanned aircraft systems for maritime and coastal surveillance, radar and mine detection systems, and precision marine navigation. In addition to product displays, company representatives and subject matter experts will be available to engage the media on these topics.
Northrop Grumman Corporation is showcasing its maritime security capabilities at the Pacific International Maritime Exposition 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The capabilities include Northrop Grumman's portfolio of advanced maritime systems across the full spectrum of modern naval operations, including maritime domain awareness, C4ISR, resilient networked operations, broad area surveillance, unmanned aircraft systems for maritime and coastal surveillance...
 

PACIFIC 2015: Team Seahawk Continues MH-60R Helicopter Deliveries to RAN Ahead of Schedule

PACIFIC 2015: Team Seahawk Continues MH-60R Helicopter Deliveries to RAN Ahead of Schedule
 
Fourteen MH-60R “Romeo” multi-role helicopters have been delivered ahead of schedule to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), which will receive a total of 24 aircraft by 2016. As a result of the seamless teamwork across industry, government and both the U.S. Navy and RAN, the MH-60R program won the “Project of the Year” award from the ACT Chapter of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). The award serves to recognise, honour and promote outstanding achievements in program and project management.
Fourteen MH-60R “Romeo” multi-role helicopters have been delivered ahead of schedule to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), which will receive a total of 24 aircraft by 2016. As a result of the seamless teamwork across industry, government and both the U.S. Navy and RAN, the MH-60R program won the “Project of the Year” award from the ACT Chapter of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). The award serves to recognise, honour and promote outstanding achievements...
 

DCNS Will Exhibit at PACIFIC 2015 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney Australia

DCNS Will Exhibit at PACIFIC 2015 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney Australia
 
DCNS looks forward to its participation at this week’s 2015 PACIFIC International Maritime Exposition where it will demonstrate why it is Europe’s unparalleled leader in naval defence capability and the best long-term partner for Australia’s defence requirements.
DCNS looks forward to its participation at this week’s 2015 PACIFIC International Maritime Exposition where it will demonstrate why it is Europe’s unparalleled leader in naval defence capability and the best long-term partner for Australia’s defence requirements.
 

Lockheed Martin to Open Submarine Combat System Lab to Support Australia’s Submarine Force

Lockheed Martin to Open Submarine Combat System Lab to Support Australia’s Submarine Force
 
Lockheed Martin Australia will open a submarine combat system laboratory in Mawson Lakes in November 2015 to support the company’s pursuit of the Royal Australian Navy's Future Submarine project SEA 1000. Phase 1. Construction began at Mawson Lakes on 27 July 2015 and is expected to open in November.
Lockheed Martin Australia will open a submarine combat system laboratory in Mawson Lakes in November 2015 to support the company’s pursuit of the Royal Australian Navy's Future Submarine project SEA 1000. Phase 1. Construction began at Mawson Lakes on 27 July 2015 and is expected to open in November.
 

BMT to Showcase its Aegir Family of Tanker Vessel Designs at Pacific 2015

BMT to Showcase its Aegir Family of Tanker Vessel Designs at Pacific 2015
 
BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, will exhibit its range of defence capabilities at the upcoming Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition which takes place in Sydney, Australia in October.
BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, will exhibit its range of defence capabilities at the upcoming Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition which takes place in Sydney, Australia in October.
 

Meet the organizers of Euronaval 2016 naval defence exhibition during PACIFIC 2015

Meet the organizers of Euronaval 2016 naval defence exhibition during PACIFIC 2015
 
The 25th edition of Euronaval will be held at the Paris Le Bourget exhibition center from 17 to 21 October 2016. Euronaval is the leading Naval Defence & Maritime Exhibition & Conference. Meet the organizers of Euronaval 2016 during PACIFIC 2015 in Sydney, Australia.
The 25th edition of Euronaval will be held at the Paris Le Bourget exhibition center from 17 to 21 October 2016. Euronaval is the leading Naval Defence & Maritime Exhibition & Conference. Meet the organizers of Euronaval 2016 during PACIFIC 2015 in Sydney, Australia.
 

US Presence at PACIFIC 2015 to Feature Innovative Maritime Technologies, Equipment, Products

US Presence at PACIFIC 2015 to Feature Innovative Maritime Technologies, Equipment, Products...
 
Looking to capitalize on a wave of modernization and spending, U.S. companies competing for naval security and maritime defense business in the Asia-Pacific market will showcase their innovative technologies, equipment, products and services at the PACIFIC 2015 International Maritime Exposition, October 6-8 in Sydney, Australia. The show is the most comprehensive of its type in the region, and is expected to draw more than 10,000 visitors, including 52 official delegations from 45 nations.
Looking to capitalize on a wave of modernization and spending, U.S. companies competing for naval security and maritime defense business in the Asia-Pacific market will showcase their innovative technologies, equipment, products and services at the PACIFIC 2015 International Maritime Exposition, October 6-8 in Sydney, Australia. The show is the most comprehensive of its type in the region, and is expected to draw more than 10,000 visitors, including 52 official delegations from 45 nations.
 

Record Number of Foreign Naval Delegations to Attend PACIFIC 2015 Exposition

Record Number of Foreign Naval Delegations to Attend PACIFIC 2015 Exposition
 
PACIFIC 2015 has attracted an unprecedented number of international naval delegations. No fewer than 58 foreign naval missions, from 47 countries, have signalled their intention to attend the event. It will be the largest number of overseas naval delegations ever to visit a PACIFIC Exposition with groups coming from throughout the Asia Indo-Pacific region, Europe and the Americas.
PACIFIC 2015 has attracted an unprecedented number of international naval delegations. No fewer than 58 foreign naval missions, from 47 countries, have signalled their intention to attend the event. It will be the largest number of overseas naval delegations ever to visit a PACIFIC Exposition with groups coming from throughout the Asia Indo-Pacific region, Europe and the Americas.
 

DCNS Will Have a Prominent Presence at PACIFIC 2015 Exposition in Sydney Australia

DCNS Will Have a Prominent Presence at PACIFIC 2015 Exposition in Sydney Australia
 
DCNS will exhibit at PACIFIC 2015 international maritime exposition in Sydney (Australia) held 6 - 8 October 2015. DCNS is set to have a prominent presence at the exposition this year. One of the main highlight of the stand will be the Shortfin Barracuda conventionally powered submarine. The submarine takes its name from the Shortfin Barracuda, an indigenous species of the Barracuda found in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
DCNS will exhibit at PACIFIC 2015 international maritime exposition in Sydney (Australia) held 6 - 8 October 2015. DCNS is set to have a prominent presence at the exposition this year. One of the main highlight of the stand will be the Shortfin Barracuda conventionally powered submarine. The submarine takes its name from the Shortfin Barracuda, an indigenous species of the Barracuda found in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.