Belgian Minister of Defence Ludivine Dedonder last week detailed for the first time the toolbox ordered for the Belgian-Dutch rMCM program.
Tag Archives : Belgium Naval & Robotics
11 Mar 2021
Belgium Naval & Robotics selects iXblue as the supplier of the forward looking sonars and the navigation system for the Belgian and Dutch mine countermeasures vessels.
08 Feb 2021
On 18 December 2020, the Belgium Naval & Robotics teams Achieved Preliminary Design Review for the Belgian and Dutch rMCM program.
21 Oct 2020
Antony Penn from ECA Group and Hugues Baijot from Naval Group give us an update on the rMCM programme for the Belgium and Royal Netherlands navies.
21 Sep 2020
ECA Group reaches another milestone with regard to the unmanned systems that will be manufactured in Belgium for the mine counter measure (MCM) programme of the Belgian Navy and the Royal Netherlands Navy
10 Sep 2020
Saab has signed a contract with Kership, a joint venture of Naval Group and Piriou, to supply its TactiCall integrated communication system (ICS) for the Belgian and Dutch Navies MCM program. Delivery of the first of twelve mine hunters is expected for 2024.
08 Jul 2020
ECA Group awarded UMS SKELDAR a procurement contract to supply the UAV SKELDAR V-200 as part of the naval mine countermeasures capability replacement, a programme led by Belgium Naval & Robotics – a consortium including Naval Group and ECA Group – which will supply twelve mine hunters equipped with drone systems (Toolbox) to the Belgian and Royal Netherlands navies.
29 Nov 2019
Naval Group successfully completed testing of its Launch and Recovery System up to and including NATO sea state 5/6 at the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands
26 Jun 2019
ECA Group has been supplying the Belgian Navy for almost 40 years, through the delivery of PAP mine neutralization autonomous unmanned vehicles (AUV) operated from Tripartite-class...
27 May 2019
The Belgian Ministry of Defense recently contracted the consortium Belgian Naval & Robotics (formed by Naval Group & ECA Group) to supply 12 vessels and associated equipment to the Belgian and Dutch Navies. Naval Group shared some detailed images of the future vessels with us. Here is what can be learned from these images.