The Finnish Border Guard is once again operating the CAMCOPTER® S-100 for implementing coast guard functions in the Baltic Sea
Tag Archives : Finland
24 Nov 2020
North Sea Handling will supply four Pohjanmaa-class corvettes with weapon and vehicle access equipment...
21 Oct 2020
The Finnish company DA-Group has a long history in naval domain both above and underwater and has been supplying the industry-leading Target Detection Device for existing and new naval mines. Now DA-Group has taken a step further by offering the whole package in unforeseen combination of detection capabilities with unprecedented life in water of several years.
14 Oct 2020
GE Marine announced it has received a contract from Rauma Marine Constructions, Rauma, Finland, to provide four LM2500 marine gas turbines...
21 Sep 2020
Finland's Pohjanmaa-class corvette program is making good progress. According to the Finnish Navy, the procurement contracts signed a year ago laid a solid foundation and the preparatory work is currently underway for the start of construction in 2022.
26 Aug 2020
Four Visby-class corvettes, the support vessel HMS Carlskrona, a land-based maintenance unit and the Finnish Navy's FNS Uusimaa Hämeenmaa-class minelayer are participating.
19 Aug 2020
Finnish Navy press release The firing was conducted by fast-attack craft Tornio. This was the ...
15 Apr 2020
Kongsberg Maritime AS, Sensor & Robotics is celebrating the signing of a contract with Saab that will see KONGSBERG delivering its market-leading Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and diver detection sonars for the Pohjanmaa-class corvettes currently being developed by the Finnish Navy under its Squadron 2020 project.
20 Jan 2020
Patria has delivered the first modernized Hamina-class missile boat to the Finnish Navy (Merivoimat). The first modernized vessel is FNS Tornio with pennant number 81.
04 Nov 2019
Insitu deployed its ScanEagle UAS aboard Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) Turva to demonstrate its unmatched maritime domain awareness capabilities during a five-day trial for the Finnish Border Guard. The test was part of the ongoing Valvonta2 project (Surveillance2), led by the Finnish Border Guard and funded by European Maritime and Fisheries Fund.