ECA GROUP and SOACSY recently signed a licensing agreement giving ECA GROUP exclusive rights to exploit its developments using seaCHIRP® technology based on SAS (Synthetic Aperture Sonar) for the detection of buried naval mines.
Tag Archives : ECA Group
05 Jun 2020
ECA GROUP won a contract for the supply of steering and diving consoles for the Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy's 1st KSS III Batch 2 submarine. The French company successfully delivered this equipment for the first batch of 3 submarines in 2016, 2018 and 2019.
02 Jun 2020
French Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, visited the French Navy (Marine Nationale) naval base of Brest on May 29. She witnessed the future mine warfare system and presented the advances of the franco-british maritime mine countermeaseure (MMCM) programme.
04 May 2020
ECA Group has been awarded a significant export contract to modernize robots dedicated to naval mine warfare.
30 Mar 2020
After being one of the first navies to be equipped with ECA GROUP's K-STER MIDS ROV back in 2009, the Lithuanian Navy, renewed its trust in the capabilities of this solution to neutralise sea mines.
06 Mar 2020
Late 2019, ECA GROUP carried out the Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) of the 4th Ship set of the Electric Propulsion Motor (MEP) for the 4th Barracuda Submarine, alongside Naval Group and the French General Direction of Armement (DGA).
20 Jan 2020
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.
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