Maritime Security

Maritime Security

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The AN/AQS-20A mine hunting and identification system is equipped with acoustic and identification sensors housed in an underwater towed body. The acoustic sensors detect,...
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In some versions of submarines and military fighters, huge alkaline batteries weighing about 14 tons, capable of operating up to 12 years uninterruptedly, are...

Unmanned vehicles control systems require a lot of space, and space is at a premium on a US Navy ship. Whether it's an aircraft...
drone helicopter

    Schiebel’s Camcopter S-100 has been selected by Norway’s Andoya Test Center for search and rescue trials as past of the Arctic 2030 project. The Camcopter...

Navy vessels occasionally encounter swarms of enemy boats. Navy destroyers, cruisers and littoral combat ships are powerful weapon systems, but a dozen or more...
belgorod

    Last week, Russia has launched the special mission submarine Belgorod, the world’s longest submarine. The submarine is designed to take on a variety of...
critical infrastructure security

One of the most important aspects of national security is the protection of national critical infrastructures. The incapacity or destruction of such vital physical...
augmented reality

  The Royal Canadian Navy has adopted the use of augmented reality (AR) technology for a variety of militarily uses. The Royal Canadian Navy has partnered...

Torpedo-killing torpedoes can be a real option. The absence of radar detection underwater removes the option of computing near-real-time flight paths needed so one...

Attend the leading Border, Perimeter & Offshore Security Conference and Exhibition on May 7, 2019 at the Lago Conference Center, Rishon LeZion West. Israel is...

A new antenna will expand the operational capabilities of the Puma AE UAV for maritime missions. The system provides naval operators with immediate tactical...
mixed-reality

The Royal Canadian Navy is seeking new ways to leverage emerging technologies in order to enhance performance alongside and at sea. A new software...
Autonomous Ship

For the first time ever, a 132 foot long ship managed to sail from San Diego to Pearl Harbor and back without any sailors...

Japan has been known for its defense-oriented policy. However, Tokyo now plans to extend the range of its ASM-3 air-launched anti-ship missile in order...

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been advancing its Ocean of Things (OoT) program. The program seeks to enable persistent maritime...
hybrid drone

A new vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) fixed-wing hybrid drone was recently deployed by China’s navy on a guided missile destroyer. The rare move...
port security

In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, it had suddenly dawned on US lawmakers and maritime security stakeholders everywhere that the nation’s ports...
submarines

There are two methods to detect submarines at sea: active and passive sonar. Active sonar broadcasts pulses of sound into the water. When the...
maritime surveillance

Australia is enhancing its UAV fleet. The first of six MQ-4C Triton maritime surveillance drones will be supplied to the Royal Australian Air Force...

A new Radar system alerts boats of upcoming dangers such as turbulence and weather conditions. Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and New...

U.S. Navy ships often face risks of attack when going through narrow passages such as the Suez Canal or the Hormuz strait. Protecting itself...

Russia has been making efforts to advance a nuclear-powered unmanned underwater vehicle program. The Russian Navy plans to place more than 30 Poseidon strategic...

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