Day 3 at DSEI 2019, the defense exhibition held in London, UK. Our day 3 naval news coverage at the show includes:
18 Sep 2019
SAMI Navantia Naval Industries (SAMI-Navantia), a joint venture between Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) and Navantia S.A., last week signed a €900 million contract with the Spanish shipbuilder Navantia to collaborate on Combat System Integration (CSI) on the Avante 2200 corvettes for the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF), the JV said at the DSEI 2019 exhibition in London.
17 Sep 2019
SEA has partnered with innovative navigation provider, iXblue, to develop an autonomous anti-submarine surveillance system, SeaDrix™, for long endurance surveillance patrols.
17 Sep 2019
Interview with Saab Kockums about the Gotland-class upgrade program and the next generation A26 Blekinge-class submarine followed by an interview with Damen about the Walrus submarine replacement program.
13 Sep 2019
At DSEI 2019, MSI-Defence Systems (MSI-DS) launched the latest addition to its SEAHAWK family of gun systems dedicated to the naval field: The SEAHAWK LW30M.
12 Sep 2019
Babcock Team 31 has been selected by the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) as the preferred bidder to deliver its new warships. Led by Babcock, the Aerospace and Defence company, and in partnership with the Thales Group, the T31 general purpose frigate programme will provide the UK Government with a fleet of five ships, at an average production cost of £250 million per ship.
11 Sep 2019
Raytheon is working with the U.S. Government to clear Raytheon's Coyote unmanned aircraft system for international sales, the US missile maker said at DSEI 2019. « Countries worldwide will soon be able to procure the most capable UAS in its class, » Raytheon stated - Naval News.