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DCNS to present its new technologies dedicated to digital ships at Euronaval 2016
» SMX® 3.0 concept-ship
This new concept-ship is a submarine tailored to the needs of Generation Z. On board, 3.0 technologies, better power management, excellent operational performance in an unequal mastered digital environment. An emphasis on the system upgradeability allows constant improvement.
» The new 4,000t frigate by DCNS
The new innovative and digital frigate imagined by DCNS benefits from the French Navy’s feedbacks and the FREMM frigate developments. She gets high-performances meeting the requirements of the French customer. Meanwhile, she will fit the needs of international Navies clients.
DCNS has developed the 2nd generation AIP system using fuel-cell technology. FC2G AIP provides the best possible dive autonomy in total safety and easy support.
The digital systems on DCNS’s future combat vessels will be protected by design. DCNS, as project management leader and integrator of the armed vessel, integrates cybersecurity over the entire lifecycle of its products and services, which are designed to be cyber-resilient.
» Naval integration of drones and shipborne data centres
As a naval systems integrator, DCNS has developed a new naval-integration system for drones on board its vessels to extend intervention capacities by ensuring a better interface with the platform. Furthermore, the Group has developed a new architecture for the management of data-system infrastructures aboard, called Access, to facilitate system upgradeability and protection. As for In-Service Support, DCNS has been developing “imaintenance”, a predictive maintenance to provide advanced support system and devices connected to the ship control management system.
» Command Information centre (CIC) of the future
DCNS is integrating into the NextGen CIC solutions that simplify and make more intuitive system operation and algorithm-based decision-support systems allowing better situational analysis.
» Control Room
In partnership with the French Navy, DCNS has developed a Control Room for improved integration of subsystems into the combat system, greater automation promoting high addedvalue tasks and greater simplification with more intuitive MMIs.
Australian Future Submarine Program : a significant step forward with the signature of the first operational contract
DCNS welcomes the signature of the “Design and Mobilisation Contract” focusing on program set up and coordination with the Combat System Integrator (CSI). This contract will earmark the commencement of design activities for the future submarines program ( FSP) for the Australian Navy. The Australian corner on DCNS booth will showcase the Group’s offer and activity dedicated to the Australian Navy for the next 50 years.
MBDA' Sea Venom/Anti-Navire Leger (ANL) Antiship Missile Testing Well On Track
Sea Venom is a high subsonic, sea skimming missile with a range of 20 Km designed for high lethal effect on littoral units (such as FACs and corvettes). The missile is effective against land based coastal targets as well. It is capable of several attack modes including "pop up / top attack".
Thales presents new Autonomous Underwater & Surface System
the world's first hybrid unmanned system capable of operating both above and below the surface. AUSS is designed for a broad range of civil and military roles, including intelligence gathering, maritime counter-terrorism, mine countermeasures and offshore platforms surveillance.
Designed for total manoeuvrability, AUSS can control its depth whilst moving in any direction and even when it is stationery. It is also exceptionally agile: if encountering threats or obstacles it can perform a 180° turn in less than 10 metres. With this 360° agility, the vehicle can also stabilise a sensor mast deployed several metres above the surface, which is not possible with any other underwater vehicle of comparable size. To meet the need for permanent surveillance, the Thales-designed AUSS offers superior endurance, making it possible to conduct missions lasting several weeks and spanning hundreds of kilometres. AUSS employs latest-generation sensors to ensure that the information captured during its missions is of the highest quality and relevance. With its 21" (53 cm) diameter hull, the system is designed to be launched and recovered from any type of naval vessel and from the shore. The system can be configured for different missions to optimise resource utilisation for customers.
Leonardo to fit its Osprey AESA radar on US Navy's MQ-8C UAV
Leonardo-Finmeccanica's Osprey AESA radar has been picked to serve as look-out on-board the US Navy's newly-upgraded unmanned helicopter, the MQ-8C Fire Scout. The helicopter will be launched from the decks of US naval combat vessels to keep watch for distant threats.
The contract will see Leonardo delivering an initial batch of 5 radars to the US Navy's procurement organisation, the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), for testing and evaluation work. NAVAIR then has an option to buy a larger quantity of the radars for use in real operations. Leonardo has already built a number of Osprey radars so the primary task under this contract is integration with the MQ-8C Fire Scout in time for first production deliveries.
Using its electronic beam technology to scan from high in the sky, crews back on-board will be able to spot even those threats who think they are hiding safely beyond the range of standard ship-based sensors. Employing high-frequency radio waves to 'see', an Osprey-equipped MQ-8C Fire Scout can detect targets at extremely long ranges, at night and even in stormy weather conditions when visibility is extremely poor. The radar's world-first flat-panel technology also means it can be installed within the mould line of the helicopter rather than having to use an underslung belly-pod.
Terma presents the C-Guard, a full protection Naval Decoy System
The C-Guard provides naval vessels with both Anti-Air Warfare (AAW) and Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) soft-kill protection in one system solution based on the standard 130 mm NATO Sea Gnat launchers.
Terma and DCNS have jointly developed a semi-automatic Torpedo Defence Solution in C-Guard utilizing the CANTO anti-torpedo decoy. This solution also uses the 130 mm C-Guard launchers to launch the CANTO decoy through the embedded CONTRALTO reaction software module.
In May 2016, DCNS, Chemring Countermeasures, and Terma successfully conducted joint operational trials of their Torpedo Defence Solution. The trials, facilitated by The Royal Danish Navy (RDN) and The Danish Defense Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO), were performed from the Danish Frigate HDMS IVER HUITFELDT.
C-Guard is now the first and currently the only Decoy Launching System fully integrated with the CONTRALTO module and the CANTO 130 mm anti-torpedo hence fully qualified to deploy CANTO 130 mm decoys.
Thales Unveils the RAPIDSeaGuardian 40mm CIWS & Anti Surface Gun System
The main advantage of the system is to have similar footprint and weight as a 25mm system but with the increased fire power and range of a 40mm system. Thales is defining the RAPIDSeaGuardian as a new generation CIWS effective against super sonic seaskimming missile thanks to the airburst ammunition, as well as against assymetric threats thanks to the other ammunitions similar to the landbased RAPIDFire system.
the German bridge system integrator Raytheon Anschütz announces the next step forward for their Synapsis Tactical Command System (SYNTACS). The capabilities of SYNTACS are enhanced through the integration of ballistic modules, weapon computer and additional shipborne surveillance equipment, enabling the system to provide a complete fire control solution.
DCNS unveils SMX 3.0, the submarine concept-ship tailored to the needs of Generation Z
With a displacement of 3,000 tonnes, SMX®3.0 integrates the latest digital technologies for strengthened operational efficiency and significant versatility of use. DCNS and Dassault Systèmes are partnering on this project to design a ship tailored to improve the level of comfort for the women and men onboard. The on-board data systems are now completely interconnected, robust, secure, fast and upgradeable.
Humans at the centre of the system: Tomorrow, submarine systems will produce many thousands of terabytes per day which will need to be managed and stored. In order to manage this; DCNS is developing digital solutions to enable improved responsiveness and functionality. The combat or platform-operation systems have been designed around more efficient, intuitive and fluid MMIs. The data management applications will allow operators to be more focused on their value-added functions. Capable of intervening at all times on the submarines systems, the commanding officer and their crew will be even more informed and in control of their vessel.
Unequalled operational performance: Equipped with a versatile vertical launch system which can be used for launching both drones and missiles, SMX®3.0 extends the scope of its warfare capabilities. Furthermore, SMX®3.0 has greater capacities for countering cyber-threats. Its hydrodynamic shape and masking coating ensure the submarine has unequalled acoustic discretion. Thanks to its database management systems, SMX®3.0 enjoys much improved sensor performance.
Better power management: Through this concept-ship, DCNS offers the AIP FC2G (Air Independent Propulsion Fuel Cell Second Generation) anaerobic propulsion system. Certified by DCNS, this system, of which the complete shore-based system is currently being industrialised, demonstrates all the advantages of a safe and versatile solution. Upgradeability and facilitated maintenance: System maintenance and modernisation have been addressed right from the design phase thanks to the many 3.0 technologies, including a real time diagnosis of ships, big data management and detection of weak signals. This is supported by an onboard computerized infrastructure produced on the same principle as civil data centres with a strengthened resilience. This complete infrastructure guarantees great upgradeability and capacity to adapt to evolution in technology.
موضوع: رد: متابعة Euronaval - 2016 الجمعة 21 أكتوبر 2016 - 5:23
Navantia and Indra to modernize Indonesia's Malahayati corvette
The consortium made up of Indra and Navantia has been awarded a contract to update the combat system of the Indonesian navy’s KRI-362 Malahayati corvette, in a contract worth 18 million dollars, or some 15.7 million euros, with the shipbuilder PT PAL.