On May 23, a new contractual milestone was reached as part of the Belgian-Dutch Mine Counter Measure (MCM) program: Exactly one year after notification of the contract in 2019, the program successfully passed the "Systems Functional Review" phase.
Tag Archives : MCM Vessel
03 Feb 2020
Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard floated the Yakov Balyaev Alexandrite-class minesweeper of project 12700, the enterprise said.
08 Jan 2020
OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) is pleased to announce that it has entered in to a strategic partnership wit h PGZ Stocznia Wojenna Shipyard (PGZ SW), l ocated in Gdynia, Poland to provide Integrated Navigation and Tactical Systems (INTS) to the Polish Navy. Its first contract is for the Kormoran program, vessels two and three (ORPs ‘Albatros’ and ‘Mewa’).
16 Dec 2019
On December 12, 2019, Japan Marine United (JMU) held a launching ceremony for the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) newest minesweeper Etajima (MSO-306) at its shipyard in Yokohama.
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
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.
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.
14 Mar 2019
The US company L3 Technologies is ready to transfer proven unmanned technology to the Belgian shipyard Engine Deck Repair (EDR). Through the Belgian consortium Sea Naval Solutions, EDR is now authorized to integrate L3 solutions in its proposal for the Belgian-Dutch MCM Program.