Three world-class autonomous minesweeping systems will detect and destroy sea mines on dangerous naval operations for the Royal Navy, thanks to a £25m contract announced today.
Tag Archives : Atlas Elektronik
26 Nov 2020
Dorset-based maritime technology company ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK) has delivered the First of Class 15m Officer Training Boat (OTB) to the Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) in Dartmouth.
02 Nov 2020
Following a long procurement process, the Hellenic Navy signed an important deal with German company Atlas Elektronik...
15 Sep 2020
Atlas Elekronik UK (AEUK) has met a significant contract milestone, having successfully delivered the first 15m SEA Class workboat. The boat, officially named Royal Navy Motorboat, RNMB HEBE, is supplied with a work module complete with dedicated operator workstations for use when conducting survey operations.
23 Sep 2019
The latest Autonomous ARCIMS USVs to be ordered from ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK) have completed Acceptance Testing and are ready for the ASW payload installation.
18 Sep 2019
ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK) has won a new export contract award for its autonomous advanced ARCIMS unmanned surface vehicle (USV). The contract was awarded by an existing ARCIMS customer, who will now benefit from an additional 2 systems with updated autonomy controller and advanced mine countermeasures (MCM) payloads.
ATLAS ELEKTRONIK CANADA and Magellan Aerospace Corporation Team Up for SeaSpider Anti Torpedo System
13 Apr 2019
ATLAS ELEKTRONIK CANADA Ltd announced an agreement with Magellan Aerospace Corporation for the design and development phase of the SeaSpiderTM Anti Torpedo Torpedo (ATT) program. The initial CDN $19 million phase of the program was launched in January 2019 and is expected to conclude in 2023. Magellan will lead the design and development of the SeaSpiderTM ATT rocket motor and warhead sections of the torpedo that includes design, build, test, and product qualification.
02 Apr 2019
ATLAS ELEKTRONIK GmbH announces successful SeaSpider sea trials in cooperation with the German Bundeswehr Technical Center for ships and naval weapons, maritime technology and research (WTD 71).