Maritime Security

Maritime Security

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The new tools of the US Navy are AI-powered lizard-like robots developed by Gecko Robotics. The company explains that these wall climbing robots are used...
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Lockheed Martin has recently delivered the 75th APY-9 radar as part of the US Navy’s E-2D Advanced Hawkeye program. The radar was hailed as...
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Raytheon is developing a new anti-ship, hypersonic missile for the US Navy’s F-18 aircraft. This development is phase one of the US Navy's planned Hypersonic...
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Chinese scientists claim to have developed a new passive bistatic radar that can track commercial ships at sea by "borrowing" external radar emitters. The scientists...
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Boeing has delivered its first "Orca" Extra Large Uncrewed Undersea Vehicle to the US Navy. The Orca is the first of a new class...
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Lockheed Martin, in collaboration with the US Navy, has successfully tested its Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare system (AOEW). Vice president of Spectrum Convergence at Lockheed...
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Chinese navy engineers claim to have developed an electromagnetic rail gun that can fire multiple projectiles at hypersonic speeds. This breakthrough starts a new era in...
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Rotor Technologies Inc. began production of the largest uncrewed civilian helicopter on the market. Called R550X, it is developed as a versatile autonomous helicopter...
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The Royal New Zealand Navy will soon receive its first 6.8-meter renewable-powered Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) for trial. Called "Bluebottle," it is meant to provide persistent...
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AUKUS member countries (the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia) revealed they mean to use advanced AI to find and track Chinese submarines. Defense...
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The U.S. Navy's Task Force 59 began a series of tests in the Middle East showcasing the integration of advanced unmanned systems and AI...
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Russia has successfully fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) called “the Bulava” from its new strategic nuclear submarine “the Imperator Alexander III”. This launch closely...
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Kraken Technology Group and L3Harris have announced an official collaboration to advance the K40 MANTA USSV, with an expected 10 days of autonomous operations...
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The United Kingdom recently unveiled Proteus- a state-of-the-art ship designed to spearhead underwater surveillance, and represents a pivotal step forward in safeguarding the UK's...
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China’s progress in building its latest Type 096 ballistic missile submarines is alarming the US and its allies. China's submarines are remarkably stealthy, and...
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There is a worldwide growing significance in modern maritime security of drone submarines, also called "uncrewed underwater vehicles" (UUVs). These UUVs are becoming increasingly...
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The Marine Corps' cost-effective XQ-58A Valkyrie drone is a game-changer in unmanned aviation that offers autonomy and affordability. US Marine Corps completed the first test...
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An official Request for Information (RFI) was published by the United States Navy in order to gather information on available fixed-wing drone launch and...
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Newly launched platform for managing all port operations in India left public access to sensitive data, posing the risk of a potential takeover by...
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T-600 is a heavy lift Uncrewed Air System (UAS) developed by BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics that was used to carry and deploy an...
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Candela, a Swedish electric boat manufacturer, has set a new world record with its Candela C-8 electric boat, which sailed 420 nautical miles (778...
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Offshore wind energy is becoming more and more popular, and experts are worried the noise it causes may interfere with communication between marine mammals....