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UK Royal Navy Acquires Latest Generation REMUS 100S

21.09.2022
Global defense and technologies partner HII (NYSE: HII) announced today the delivery of three REMUS 100s unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) to the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy. The new systems bring enhanced endurance and the latest generation of sensors and payloads, allowing for increased data quality and mission efficiency.

The Royal Navy Unveiled a Unique Testbed Ship to Support Trials of the Latest Tech and Autonomous Systems

29.07.2022
The 42m, 270-tonne vessel arrived in Portsmouth this week and is named after former Royal Navy sailor and Nobel Prize winner Patrick Blackett.

Royal Navy Submariners Swim English Channel Fundraising for Mental Health Charities

23.06.2022
On 21st June 2022, 4 serving Royal Navy Submariners (Captain Elton Sharkey, Commander Richard Cragg, Lieutenant Commander Callum Fraser and Lieutenant Commander Hugo Mitchell-Heggs) successfully swam across the channel.

SeeByte Awarded Contract from DE&S to Provide C2 and Autonomy for Royal Navy MHC

08.06.2022
SeeByte has been awarded a contract by Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) agency to provide a range of command and control, autonomy and software design services to the UK Ministry of Defence in support of all Mine Hunting Capability (MHC) and related programmes.

DE&S Awards Contract to Atlas Elektronik to Provide Mine-Hunting Systems to Royal Navy

12.04.2022
Building on ambitions outlined in the Integrated Review, the three sets of Medium Autonomous Underwater Vessel (MAUV) systems will help to ensure Royal Navy personnel can combat the rapidly evolving threat of naval mines. The new technology will also help maintain the freedom of movement for UK ships and submarines when defending the UK at sea.

Atlas Elektronik UK Awarded Contract to Deliver Mine Hunting AUVs to the Royal Navy

12.04.2022
The £32m contract, includes delivery of 3 MHC AUV Systems comprising 9 vehicles in total along with a comprehensive training and support package to run for 3 years from delivery. The MHC AUV System combines the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK GmbH medium-sized SeaCat® AUV, fitted with the latest AEUK high resolution Vision Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) and the Seebyte Neptune and Military software for advanced planning and analysis.

Europe’s First Maritime Operations and Training Centre for Robotic Vehicles Will Future-proof Training for Civilian and Military Vessel Operations

17.06.2021
Three key players involved in the drive to autonomous ship operations have joined forces to create Europe’s first training and development centre, dedicated to supporting maritime’s digital transition.

Ultra Awarded £31M Three-Year Follow-on Sonobuoy Capability Contract by UK MOD

23.03.2021
Ultra Maritime announces that its Sonobuoy Systems business has been awarded a further, 3-year contract, worth £31m, with the UK MOD. Ultra will continue to supply sonobuoys for the Royal Navy’s Merlin Maritime Patrol Helicopter from 2022 to 2024.

Netherlands Royal Navy Appoints RTSYS for 7 ASW Training Targets

25.02.2021
RTSYS is proud to confirm a multi-million euro contract with the State of the Netherlands for the supply of 7 SEMA: PORTABLE & RECOVERABLE ASW TRAINING TARGET.

Facing the Power of the Atlantic – an Oardacious expedition

19.11.2019
December 2019 will see four serving Royal Navy submariners face the remarkable mental and physical challenge of rowing unsupported in a race across the Atlantic Ocean. The team HMS Oardacious will be the first ever official Royal Navy team to take part in the world’s toughest rowing race, the 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.


HMS Oardacious Boat Unveil Event

30.06.2019
HMS Oardacious Boat Unveil Event, 12 July, 18:30-22:00

£75m investment set to revolutionise Royal Navy operations

04.04.2019
Robots and autonomous mine-hunters are set to revolutionise Royal Navy operations after the Defence Secretary announced a £75m injection into new technology.

SeeTrack and Neptune Software licences renewed for Royal Navy MASTT AUV fleet

18.07.2018
SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software for unmanned maritime systems, announce the renewal of all SeeTrack and Neptune licences currently operated by the Royal Navy’s Maritime Autonomous Systems Trials Team (MASTT). As part of the Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) Mine Countermeasures and Hydrographic Capability programme, SeeByte, working in conjunction with ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK will be offering full support and maintenance for MASTT. The software is integrated into their AUV fleet to coordinate the vehicles during Mine Countermeasure (MCM) missions.

Wood Group secures new contract with BAE Systems for UK Royal Navy submarines

14.06.2017
Wood Group has been awarded a new industrial services contract by BAE Systems Submarines. Effective immediately, the two-year contract is to provide insulation installation services to the UK Royal Navy's Astute class submarines based in Barrow-in-Furness, and includes up to three one-year extension options.
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