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CSU-90 SONAR PRODUCTION SHOULD PARALLEL TYPE 209, 212, AND 214 SUBMARINE PROCUREMENT
Thursday, May 26, 2016

Source: German Navy

NEWTOWN, Conn. - Sales of the CSU-90 sonar are likely to parallel that of some of its main platforms such as the Type 209, 212, and 214 submarines, which has been averaging an estimated two to four boats per year through to the end of the forecast period. The forecast is based upon the commissioning dates of known CSU-90 platforms, plus the addition of those platforms for which the CSU-90 is the dominant contender.

In the not far off future, the CSU-90 is likely to be replaced by more advanced developments in the family, much as it has displaced the CSU-83. In theory, such developments could include new types of conformal arrays and provisions for the operation and control of unmanned vehicles. It is probable that the submarine design is undergoing a major change, and the CSU-series sonar will have to reflect that if it is to remain viable.

Source:  Forecast International
Associated URL: http://www.forecastinternational.com
Source Date: May 26, 2016
Author: R. Sterk, Naval Systems 
Posted: 05/26/2016

 
 
RADA SELLS FIRST RADARS TO ASIAN MARKET
Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Source: RADA Electronic Industries

NETANYA, Israel - RADA Electronic Industries of Netanya, Israel announced the sale of mobile air surveillance radar systems to an unnamed Asian country. The total contract value of the sale is approximately $2 million and deliveries are expected during 2016. The RPS-42 aerial surveillance radar systems, which are based on RADA’s Multi-Mission Hemispheric Radar (MHR), will be installed on tactical vehicles and provide a mobile air surveillance solution to the customer's armed forces.

The MHR radar platform, which is the heart of the RPS-42 system, is an S-band, software-defined, pulse-Doppler, active electronically scanned array radar. The radar system can provide multiple missions on each radar platform. It is compact and therefore easily mobile, and is designed to deliver tactical surveillance solutions for force and border protection applications such as counter rockets and mortars, counter unmanned aerial systems, ground moving target indicator, air surveillance, and others.

Source:  RADA
Source Date: May 25, 2016
Posted: 05/26/2016

 
 
LEONARDO-FINMECCANICA AND ESTERLINE CMC ELECTRONICS AGREE TO SUPPLY AVIONICS SYSTEMS FOR C-27J
Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Source: Esterline CMC Electronics

MONTREAL - Leonardo-Finmeccanica, through its aircraft division, and Canada-based Esterline CMC Electronics (CMC) have strengthened their relationship as part of Team Spartan through an agreement for the supply of high-performance avionics systems for the C-27J Spartan fleet. Team Spartan, led by General Dynamics Mission Systems-Canada, Leonardo Aircraft Division and DRS Technologies-Canada, is competing for Canada’s Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue program with the C-27J Spartan aircraft. Under the terms of the agreement, Esterline CMC Electronics will supply its high-performance CMA-9000 Flight Management System, CMA-5024 GPS Landing System Sensor and TacView® Portable Mission Display to the C-27J Spartan fleet.

The latest generation CMA-9000 Flight Management will provide the C-27J aircraft with multi-sensory based navigation and enhanced operational capability. Its unique combination of civil certification with advanced tactical functions, radio management and Night Vision Goggle-capability make it the product of choice for military and commercial operations. The CMA-9000’s large navigation database capability offers flexible global operations and will allow the aircraft to make the most efficient use of the airspace as it is modernized over the next 20 years. The C-27J fleet will comply with the forecasted Federal Aviation Administration and International Civil Aviation Organization standards for the Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management system.

Source:  Esterline CMC Electronics
Associated URL: esterline.com/avionicssytems
Source Date: May 25, 2016
Posted: 05/26/2016

 

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