Tags Sonar

Tag: sonar

Singapore Technologies’ Hybrid Mini UAV Can Fly and Dive

This hybrid drone can fly for 15 minutes, dive underwater and operate sonar sensors for 3 hour underwater surveillance missions.

ACTAS Sonar Systems for the Indian Navy

ATLAS ELEKTRONIK and the Indian Ministry of Defense have signed a contract for the delivery of six active towed array sonar systems (ACTAS) for the Indian Navy. The total contract volume is approximately 40 million Euros. Delivery of the first system is planned for 2016.

ATLAS North America acquires US based sonar company MSTL

ATLAS North America LLC. (ANA) has acquired the business of Marine Sonic Technology (MSTL), Ltd., based in Yorktown, Virginia, USA, via an asset deal....

Innovative underwater camera could transform future submarines’ sensors

Researchers at Israel’s Technion Institute of Technology are developing a ‘virtual periscope’ that could enable submariners to look at objects floating of flying above...

Sonardyne Maritime Security Delivers Largest Sentinel Order to Asian Customer

Sonardyne International has announced the delivery of its largest ever order of Sentinel Intruder Detection Sonar systems to an undisclosed country in Asia. The...

Autonomous ASW: The Predator Becoming a Prey

SAIC Concept for the ACTUV was selected by DARPA for the autonomous ASW demonstration program.
In three years the US Navy could have a prototype of an autonomous anti-submarine warfare vessel that will be able to detect, track and shadow any type of submarine, including ultra-quiet diesel-electric subs, turning these undersea beast from predators into targets.

New Meta-Material Could Render Submarines Invisible to Sonar Detection

A research team from the University of Illinois, led by mechanical science and engineering professor Nicholas Fang, have demonstrated a technology that renders underwater...

U.S. Navy Awards Lockheed Martin Continued Submarine Sonar Upgrade through ARCI...

Lockheed Martin has won a U.S. Navy contract to continue supporting all sonar systems for U.S. submarines through the ARCI program. The current contract worth $84 million funds systems destined for Virginia class submarines currently under construction.

DSIT Announces New Asian Orders for AquaShield Diver Detection Systems

DSIT Solutions Ltd. From Israel is announcing at IMDEX three new order from Asian customers, for AquaShield Diver Detection Systems (DDS) worth US$5 million....
banner