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Euronaval 2018

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Today, during blue and brown water deployments, Navies must be able to rely on digital technologies to guarantee the full performance of sensors on board real time and at all times. To provide naval forces with the high solution they need, Thales is launching a 4D AESA (Active Electronically  canned Array) air and surface surveillance radar, the NS50.

Babcock International, the highly-skilled engineering services provider, has reached a milestone in its five year contract with the Ministry of Defence's (MOD) International Guns, Missiles and Rockets (IGMR) project team to deliver a rejuvenated 4.5" Mk8 Mod 1 Medium Calibre Gun programme for the UK's Royal Navy, the company announced at Euronaval 2018.

Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) has developed a new type of lithium-ion battery system for submarines together with Saft, a manufacturer of advanced battery systems for industry. Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems is showcasing the prototype at EURONAVAL 2018 for the first time to the public.

At the 34th Franco-Italian Summit held in Lyon on 27 September 2017, the French and Italian governments announced their intention to facilitate the creation of a more efficient and competitive European shipbuilding industry and to reinforce their military naval cooperation by initiating discussions with a view to establish an industrial Alliance between Fincantieri and Naval Group.

Belgian firearms manufacturer FN Herstal continue to develop and promotes its new range of weapon station for maritime use at Euronaval 2018, International maritime and navy forces defense exhibition in Paris, France. The Sea deFNder is a remote weapon station especially designed to be used on small vessels or ships armed with 12.7mm machine gun.

Saabs thinking edge is behind their products and solutions, which are driving innovation below and above the surface to help safeguard people and society. For decades, their solutions have supported more than 25 countries across the world in their naval operations, from the littorals to the open ocean. Meet them at Euronaval in Paris to discuss with their experts how they can support yours.

The French Navy future logistic vessels (FLOTLOG program) are likely to be fitted with both naval gun and missile systems. Among companies showcasing their solutions at this week's Euronaval show, Nexter is presenting for the first time a full scale model of its RapidFire T40AA anti-aircraft system, jointly designed with Thales.

Leonardo is attending Euronaval (Paris Le Bourget, 23-26 October; Hall 2, stand K128) showcasing its newly enhanced capabilities and technologies in the maritime domain, an increasingly important strategic market and an interconnecting domain featuring huge geopolitical, commercial and economic interests, where naval forces play a major role in making the sea a safer place.

Launched over a year ago on the civilian market, iXblue’s Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV), DriX, proved to be a real game changer and already conducted many successful operations ranging from subsea positioning to bathymetry missions, the French company said at Euronaval 2018. The Defense community soon identified DriX as a real asset which would bring added value on the battlefield while keeping crews out of harm’s way.

Experts in towed sonars for 40 years and in AUV for 30 years, the engineers of ECA Group imagined, from the beginning of its design in 2016, to convert the AUV A18-M in a towed sonar: the T18-M, which is being launched at this year's Euronaval exhibition in Le Bourget, Paris.

Orolia, the global leader in Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT), announced today that its exhibit is addressing the growing threat of GPS/GNSS interference on naval operations at the 2018 Euronaval Exhibition in Paris, France. Orolia is also a European leader in delivering trusted technology solutions for critical programs such as the European GNSS system Galileo, and the European Commission's Horizon 2020 HELIOS project for next generation air, land, and sea technology.

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