In 2019, ECA GROUP successfully performed the Sea Performance Trials Test of its Steering Console for the South Korean programme KSS-III (Jangbogo III) - Batch 1 first submarine.
Tag Archives : ECA Group
09 Jan 2020
ECA Group, an expert in robotics, automated systems, simulation and industrial processes, will build its new plant in the port of Ostend in order to carry out the contract to supply their unmanned systems for the 12 minesweepers of the Belgian and Dutch navies.
03 Dec 2019
In early summer 2019, ECA GROUP successfully passed the Factory Acceptance Test of the 3rd steering and diving console for the KSS III – batch I Submarine for the Republic of Korean Navy (ROK Navy).
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
15 Oct 2019
Day 3 for the French industry at the PACIFIC 2019 exposition in Sydney, Australia. Overview of the French pavilion federated by GICAN.
10 Oct 2019
At PACIFIC 2019, the international maritime exposition held in Sydney, Australia, ECA Group from France is highlighting its modern Mine Warfare solution as well as its deperming technology proposed for the SEA 1350 program.
08 Oct 2019
Advanced Magnetic Ranges Australia Pty Limited (AMRA), a joint venture by ECA Group and AMOG are showcasing the deperming solution their are proposing for Project SEA 1350.
13 Sep 2019
The Latvian Navy procured a pair of A9-M Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles (AUV) from ECA Group in 2015. Since then, the system is being operated in Liepāja by the Minehunters Squadron. But It was never demonstrated to a foreign media... That was until Naval News interviewed commander Armands Grebežs, chief of the BALTRON squadron, in late August 2019.
09 Jul 2019
Dutch State Secretary Barbara Visser, Belgian defense minister Didier Reynders and French companies Naval Group and ECA Robotics signed the contract for 12 next generation MCM vessels and their equipment in Brussels, on July 5, 2019.
03 Jul 2019
According to local media, the Russian Navy started to experiment the use of UUVs and USVs from its Project 22350 Admiral Gorshkov-class frigate. UAVs are set to be tested from Russia's latest generation of frigates as well.